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the co i work for ive not come across many ppi disputes.

 

the co i work for if there is a dispute the acct is placed on hold until whatever the dispute is is resolved.

 

bought debts are bought in bulk therefore not individually.

 

client debts are never passed to us if there is a ongoing dispute

 

Pull the other one lol

 

My debt in question has been in dispute with my bank for 2 yrs 18 of those months it has been with the FOS and in that time it has been passed to 3 dca's so far

 

As the Bank owe me a lot more than I owe them they will not be getting a penny.

 

Everytime I write back telling them it is disputed and giving them the FOS adjudicators name and the FOS ref number but they still pass it around the DCA'S like confetti.

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well if your unwilling to co operate personally (even if i didnt work in dmc) you can hardly complain about being called to make re arrangements.

 

in my instance i got in to debt when i lived with m ex partner we consolidated and consolidated and the debts got out of control.

 

admittadly at first i was called and called and refused to pay as i had better things to spend my wage on, but then after 6 months i realised i had to pay my debts off. I didnt request cred agreements, i didnt offer £1 a month i sent in everything my 5 creditors (barclaycard, halifax x2 everyday lending and nat west) asked for and have been paying back a reasonable amount to them.

 

my point being yes the banks should in my opinion be miles miles more stricter on lending but at the end of the day people slate dmcs at the end of the day if people stood up were responsible and deal with the situation themselves and the country would be in a better state

 

Typical Dca - you're really not listening are you?

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Huggy your kids must be rich on £100 per month pocket money!!!:p

 

and harrassed senior everyones circs are different in that case there is a good chance the debt would either be placed on hold or written off

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statute barred means its not enforceable in a court, its still pursuable though, i take it we all know that???

 

in my experiance as a debtor and as a collector offers of payment will be rejected if the advisor is unsatisfield with what the customer is saying, thats when the income and expenditure is needed.

 

at the end of the day dmcs deal with bought debt and client debt so imo they have a right to question peoples circumstances.

 

i ask you all again If someone owed your mother £8k they worked ft earned £1200 rent £450 and offered you £10 a month would you

 

a) ok agree it without question

b) delve into why they are only offering £10 pm

 

im very interested in peoples responses to this

 

My opinion is - For a start no-ones mother is involved , the debt is a concept of a corporation , Most people on here have I am sure have paid back far more than the principle sum borrowed/created e.g if £5000 was spent ,much more than that has been returned to the institution . So morally then the bank enters into Usery[ lending money with excessive interest over 5%] which is prohibited by all three Abrahamic faiths and any other sensible ones as well , Usery is highly immoral because it keeps people in a form of indenture and the banks feed off the work of others .

My suggestion would be a form of Jubillee , an old testament tradition of scrubbing all debts every 50 years , ironically this would be in he best interests of the country and the economy in general as it would put money into circulation to promote spending /business etc , the Banks would hate it but they have already been given more bail-out than the citizens , so they should Shut Up !

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statute barred means its not enforceable in a court, its still pursuable though, i take it we all know that???

 

in my experiance as a debtor and as a collector offers of payment will be rejected if the advisor is unsatisfield with what the customer is saying, thats when the income and expenditure is needed.

 

at the end of the day dmcs deal with bought debt and client debt so imo they have a right to question peoples circumstances.

 

i ask you all again If someone owed your mother £8k they worked ft earned £1200 rent £450 and offered you £10 a month would you

 

a) ok agree it without question

b) delve into why they are only offering £10 pm

 

im very interested in peoples responses to this

 

Here's my response then hope it helps.

 

statute barred means its not enforceable in a court, its still pursuable though, i take it we all know that???

 

 

It is not pursuable if the debtor states they have no intention of making any payment, this may constitute harassment contrary to Sec 40 Administration of Justice Act 1970. Didn't you learn this in training? Thought not.

 

 

in my experiance as a debtor and as a collector offers of payment will be rejected if the advisor is unsatisfield with what the customer is saying, thats when the income and expenditure is needed.

 

 

It is not needed, you are confusing 'needed' with 'wanted', don't worry it's a common mistake in your industry.

 

 

at the end of the day dmcs deal with bought debt and client debt so imo they have a right to question peoples circumstances.

 

 

They have no right whatsoever to question peoples circumstances, there is no contractual arrangement between the debtor and the DCA, debts are purchased blind and often with little or no documentation available. Caveat emptor!

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Huggy your kids must be rich on £100 per month pocket money!!!:p

 

read it all properly not just what you want to read.

 

Kids pocket money/breakfast club money/ after school clubs etc £100

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in my instance i got in to debt when i lived with m ex partner we consolidated and consolidated and the debts got out of control.

 

admittadly at first i was called and called and refused to pay as i had better things to spend my wage on, but then after 6 months i realised i had to pay my debts off. I didnt request cred agreements, i didnt offer £1 a month i sent in everything my 5 creditors (barclaycard, halifax x2 everyday lending and nat west) asked for and have been paying back a reasonable amount to them.

 

And what were the better things to spend you wage on?

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hates debt works both ways ive repeated myself about ten times on several things.

 

people call dmcs **** on the earth. even if i didnt work in dmc the people lying. blagging, refusing to pay, dodging, being so hard done by are even worse.

 

several posts ive read have proved a big point tonight, people sit on a moral high ground and simply need to hold there hands up and say look i dont want to pay it.... thats what most of you REALLY think

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Huggy your kids must be rich on £100 per month pocket money!!!:p

 

 

Its not my personal situation - blonde but not thick ;)

 

£100/4 weeks = £25 pw/2 kids = £12.50 per week per child - not a lot when you break it down is it?

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£100 for breakfast club / after school club and pocket money LAUGHABLE!

 

blondie i spent my money on clothes, alcohol and holidays! then i grew up some people on here need to maybe do the same.

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Huggy your kids must be rich on £100 per month pocket money!!!:p

 

and harrassed senior everyones circs are different in that case there is a good chance the debt would either be placed on hold or written off

 

Definately DCA trained 5 kids x £5 a week each.

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Jordan, you reap what you sow. DCA's have been lying, breaching laws and guidelines to line their grubby pockets.

 

Now it's payback time. :D

 

I suggest you email this link to your DCA chums. They'll be needing it soon.....

 

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several posts ive read have proved a big point tonight, people sit on a moral high ground and simply need to hold there hands up and say look i dont want to pay it.... thats what most of you REALLY think

 

Jordan if you are referring to my post when I said my bank are not getting a penny read all the post because there is a valid reason why.

 

It is disputed and with the FOS and as they owe me money tell me why I should pay I'm all ears.

 

It is quite simple pay me back the PPI that greedy bank took from me then I will pay the Loan off in full simples everyone is a winner

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CARTER V Co-Op

BANK CHARGES

REFUNDED £3567

 

POMPEYFAITH V Co-Op PPI

OFFER MADE BUT REFUSED

ONGOING AND STILL ONGOING

NOW WITH THE OMBUDSMAN

 

R.I.P BOB aka ROOSTER-UK you have always been a Gent on these boards and you will be remembered for that.

 

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£100 for breakfast club / after school club and pocket money LAUGHABLE!

 

 

Do the maths. £100 pm / 2 children = £12.50 a week per child!

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£100 for breakfast club / after school club and pocket money LAUGHABLE!

 

blondie i spent my money on clothes, alcohol and holidays! then i grew up some people on here need to maybe do the same.

 

 

so you don't have kids then

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Huggy your kids must be rich on £100 per month pocket money!!!:p

 

and harrassed senior everyones circs are different in that case there is a good chance the debt would either be placed on hold or written off

 

NOT A CHANCE all DCAs and I mean ones mentioned on here on a daily basis, suggested that: a) well, you will be awarded Child Benefit now, can you pay that to us, or b)We understand the MacMillian Trust help cancer patients financially, or c) You will get a Victim of Crime pay out! d) ' and I quote word for word as I still have the letter ! We are prepared to hold collection for 6 weeks being the general time limit for a course of chemotherapy but will maintain collection activities after that time!

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The only person entitled to your Personal Finance details is a Judge not a DCA

 

Move all banking activity to another banking group if you have a dispute - your funds can be used to offset debts within the same group.

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£100 for breakfast club / after school club and pocket money LAUGHABLE!

 

blondie i spent my money on clothes, alcohol and holidays! then i grew up some people on here need to maybe do the same.

 

But you are named after a training shoe , so I cannot take you seriously.

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£100 for breakfast club / after school club and pocket money LAUGHABLE!

 

blondie i spent my money on clothes, alcohol and holidays! then i grew up some people on here need to maybe do the same.

 

When I got into difficulties I spent my money on paying the mortgage, council tax, water/gas/electricity, food on the table, petrol for the car so I could get to work to keep on earning.

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nah pompey i wasnt referring to your post one of the others.

 

ppi claims are a whole different ball game thats the creditors fault flr being target driven in selling it

 

AS you get older you will realise that you should not bring home your work with you , it will stress you out , and i am sure you are not getting paid enough , Blessed are the self righteous for they shall never be wrong .

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hates debt works both ways ive repeated myself about ten times on several things.

 

people call dmcs **** on the earth. even if i didnt work in dmc the people lying. blagging, refusing to pay, dodging, being so hard done by are even worse.

 

several posts ive read have proved a big point tonight, people sit on a moral high ground and simply need to hold there hands up and say look i dont want to pay it.... thats what most of you REALLY think

 

As I said, you really are incapable of reading and understanding properly arn't you! Most people are can't pays, not won't pays - you really are just proving the point that most dca's and thier employees are incapable of listening / understanding and that you are all morons of the highest degree.

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