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HI HAD A LOAN WITH LLOYDS TOOK OUT IN MAY 2000, SENT CCA OF AND GOT NO REPLY SO ACCOUNT WAS PUT INTO DISPUTE ON 19 JUNE 2009 now been passed over to moorcroft who say lloyds dont have the agreement as they legally only have to keep them for 6 yrs but that i am still liable for the debt and must call to set up payments or they will start legal action ! i have wrote to them 3 times stating account is in dispute and should not have been sold on to moorcroft, and i will not deal with them, but they keep requesting payment, now i am confused as how the OFT changes that happened last week affect the dispute ect, as it says lenders can not get a court judgment against the debtor but can still take them to court ? and can pass information on to a debt collector, im just confused as to what i do next ????:director:

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Utter rubbish - if there is a 'law' it will be 6 years from end of account. I believe this is covered by Money Laundering Laws.

 

There is a response to this somewhere, but in essence the debt still exists, and can be taken to Court, but a GOOD judge should state NO AGREEMENT - therefore NOT enforceable, but it has been known for rogue judges to ignore the law and make up their own interpretations of FACT.

 

As you have found out, what 'should' happen doesn't stop the morons from trying.

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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.

Be careful with Banking details (card/account numbers) as these can be used to take unauthorised payments.

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[email protected] at their most incompetent.

There is zero these muppets can do, just file their letters away under ignore, you have told them three times that the account is disputed, they have ignored you, do the same to them, and make a formal complaint to the OFT&TS via http://www.consumerdirect.gov.uk/contact

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