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    • Update The engineer who's been looking at the van was unable to borrow a circuit board to do a temporary swap to test. His and Truma's recommendation was that I take the van to them as the fault it was displaying was something they'd not come across before. I rang Truma Friday morning and it was going to be the end of October before I could get an appointment. Then the engineer said that they'd had a cancellation that morning and if I got down to them immediately (a 40 mins journey for me) they'd look at it. They rang me late Friday afternoon and to cut to the point they may have fixed it, it's still on test there today, they'll let me know the outcome later. If it's not the circuit board which they've changed then it's another problem with the solar system on the van which is nothing to do with them. I've kept Marquis involved by email and phone. But because I've acted without giving them another chance to deal with the fault will I still have any claim or not ?  Thanks 
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Anyone any information on a company called RMA in Preston?


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Hello all

 

I have just started getting calls from a company called RMA who call from a Preston number. I am assuming that they are a DCA although I have not taken any of the calls they use the good old phrase in messages of an 'important business call' .

 

I can only think that they are calling regarding an account that is in dispute and has been for nearly 10 months. However I have recieved no written correspondance from them or any other party regarding the disputed account.

 

Any information would be useful.

 

Thanks

 

dmb

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Yes they are a DCA with a bad reputation.

DO NOT SPEAK TO THEM ON THE PHONE OR GIVE ANY PERSONAL DETAILS. PUT THE PHONE DOWN IF THE CALL AGAIN.

Just wait for them to write to you,I take it that they haven't given you any specific details of what

they are calling about.

When they do write send the Do not Acknowledge any debt letter template on this site.

 

I wonder why we have 80 ''Guests'' at this time.The Big waves to guests!!

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As above, a bolshy shower of s**ts from under the NCO Europe umbrella, based at Watery Lane, Preston.

They will tell you nothing but lies about what they are going to do and who they will send round, all of which is cobblers.

DO NOT EVER SPEAK TO THEM ON THE PHONE.

 

If they get too big for their boots, contact Steve Brimble at Preston Trading Standards, he has a nice big file of complaints about them, one more will not harm

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Thanks for that guys

 

I have not spoken to them and have no intention of speaking to them!...I am just at a bit of a loss as to what alleged debt they are calling about? - I am currently playing 'letter' tennis with Natwest/Triton/Green & Co (all the same company) as they could only supply me with an 'application form' and not a credit agreement and the only one I can think of is HSBC/ CL Finance. Neither of whom have responded to my CCA request for the past 8-10 months....

 

Could it be them?

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Got a letter this morning....their client NATWEST! - where do I find the 'do not acknowlage any debt' letter template?

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