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I sent a CCA request to DM ltd (sent 21st sept, rec 22nd) over a Barclays loan account they say they have been assigned, they sent a letter back saying they had sent the request to Barclays, as yet i have heard nothing from either of them,

Do I send the ' In Dispute' letter to DM ltd, to Barclays, or both of them

 

 

any help thanx

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Hi,

You send the A/C in dispute letter to whomever is doing the chasing-in this case DM

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Hi Witts,

 

If the a/c has been in default, are there any penalty charges added to the balance.

 

If so you can reclaim these in full.

 

Do you have all your statements for the a/c ?

 

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They have only ever sent me one statement, In feb this year. I wrote to Barc in march 2009 With a new payment offer, and asked for a new payment book, and heard nothing from them till the first threat from DM Ltd in august this year

 

Loan taken out in 2000, pro rata payments started 2002, all pay ments on time untill jan 2009 when they started cashing the cheqs weeks after I posted them,

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If you think they may have added penalty charges to the a/c, send them a formal SAR if you've not already done this - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/content.php?552-Data-Protection

 

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Hi slick, sorry for the delayed answer been on a short holiday,

 

as far as i am aware they have not added any charges since my last payment as the amount DM Ltd is asking for is what was owed when i last sent them a letter 2009.

 

Ihave recived a letter from DM saying that they have sent my In Dispute letter to Barclays, and also stating they sent my CCA request to them on the 24th sept

they advise me that they have 30 days to obtain a copy of the signed agreement, under the C,C,A 2006, and cannot enforce the debt until the information has been supplied.

 

I am not that bothered if one turns up or not, I'm just annoyed that barclays has not contacted me on over 12 months and then I get threatening letters from DM for not complying with a DN I was never issued.

 

so for now will just wait and see

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Wittsend.........Hi............Barclays dont hold your breath...............they very much believe they are a law unto themselves.............So all data is back with Barclays and the account in dispute letter is with Barclays they had 12 working days to respond the 30 day ruling is history,did you have PPI with the loan???????????????????? I would think DM are out of the picture now......I would send a letter to Barclays just to remind them that you understand from DM that they Barclays are dealing with the Account in Dispute and CCA,see what happens............are you still paying a reduced amount to who??????????..............FS

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Hi firstship

Not paying anything to anyone.

letter sent to Barcs early 2009 offering prorata payments and asking for a new payment book as chqs not being cashed till 4-6 weeks later, and heard nothing since.till DMLtd arrived on the scene this aug

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Wittsend...............then continue as you are do not pay anything do not acknowledge the debt,the ball is very much in Barclays court,await their next move, by the way did you have PPI???????????????Should DM Ltd surface again just ignore or if you wish to write and say you do not acknowledge any debt with their client................FS

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Hi to all

recent update

I have received today a letter from DMLtd confirming that they are unable to obtain a copy of the signed agreement, and that they have closed my file and returned the account back to Barclays

 

Next !!!

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Maybe a new DCA or Barclays asking you to prove to them why you should not pay them..............I am serious,that is the latest reply Ive had from BC the reply is "what part of who is in default do you not understand".......................FS

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