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hey guys ,

 

what it is i have few debts which has 2-3 years left till statue barred as they become 5 years without payment (i live in scotland).

is worth me paying them small payment every month or just ignore the threats of the debtcollector's and so called solicitor's letters .they are all under £700 being most only between £200-£500 as i cant pay them in full and trying to support myself partner and 2 dogs on £1200 wage every (security job doing abt 60 hours a week) but it seem few i havent heard from a while is now demanding plus adding interest ? especially capquest who bought my barclaycard student visa from 2005 but defaulted in october 2008 abt £520 they are threathing me with court for ccj as they said they did a credit check found out i havent got any ccj yet trying to get me to pay up.i heard somewhere they might not be able to enforce the agreement due to it was signed in 2005 if they have it ? but something todo with an 2007 act etc on credit card agreement any enlighting would help cheers

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Hi buddie84

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