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Received a fishing letter from Mackenzie Hall this morning, and not sure if they are breaking the law or not but the registration number they are using does not belong to them!

 

It states that they are registered in Scotland with company number SC255981, their actual number is SC255891. I wonder if I should complain to somebody :razz:

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It's not what we'd expect from Muck Hall, knowing their meticulous attention to detail, and their strict upholding of the Law. Sorry, I forgot to take my medication this morning :-)

I am a lawyer, but I am an academic lawyer. I do not practice as a barrister or solicitor. You should consult a practising Solicitor BEFORE taking any Court or other action

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It is only a minor breach but you could drop a line to the real owners of that number. Just cut and paste the number into the search bit of the CH website and you'll find HAWTHORNE ASSOCIATES (SCOTLAND) LTD's address details. Ask them if they like being linked to a debt collection firm with a lengthy list of complaints behind it.

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Hi,

First ever post on this forum. I was drawn to this site whilst googling MacKenzie Hall having received a demand from them for £697.

 

I'll admit first hand that I do have an outstanding debt for a laptop purchased on finance in April 2007. I certainly know that it was not £697 though and I did pay the first 3 months installmaents on the original finance agreement.

 

Having read some of the comments posted on this forum, I am at my wits end with what to do, whether to start paying them for fear of them harrasing and distressing my family or just ignore it. But if they have my details I imagine it is only a matter of time before the phone begins ringing. Does anybody have any advice?

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