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Hi

I started a thread a while ago, but it was confusing, because I was trying to deal with 2 credit cards on the same thread.

 

I have decided to start a new thread for clarity purposes.

 

Here is the summary!

 

MAY 2007 Sent letter to Barclays requesting CCA(using template)

JULY 2007 Barclays in criminal default

JULY 2007 Recieved letter from Barclays, with an unreadable application form enclosed

SEPTEMBER 2007 Sent Barclays the no acknowledgment letter

APRIL 2008 Receieved letter from Howard Cohen stating the account has now been allocated to them

APRIL 2008 Sent letter to HC stating it should not have been allocated to them

MAY 2008 HC (CLFinance)put a claim in to court and I defended-it has now been stayed.

FEB 2010 I wrote to HC asking them to withdraw the court claim, reduce the account to zero and remove any defaults.

AUG 2010 Recieved letter from Barclays, stating they have satisfied section 78 of the CCA 1974 and requesting payment

SEPT 2010 Recieved statment of account.

 

This is a summary of the correspondance, and I would love some help with a few questions, if any one can assist.

 

1) Are Barclays wrong to write to me in Aug '10 requesting payment when it is stayed at court?

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if it was just a statment of account then you will get one every year and they will add a plea on the bottom that if you would not mind paying, ignore it, I get these regularly every year from some accounts that are in default

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Hi,

thanks for replying.

The statement of account was recieved from CL Finance.

The letter I recieved from Barclays stateing they had satisfied the requirements of section 78 of the CCA 1974, and requested that I should pay them. The account is currently stayed at court(may 2008)

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OK, write back and ask them why if they have passed it to ClueLess Finance they are demanding payment, either clueless have bought this debt or they have been instructed by barclayshark, and if they have been instructed then inform barclayshark that because they are now demanding payment you will instruct the court that the claim should be discontinued as clueless are no longer instructed to collect, due to their intervention

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Thankyou PGH,

I shall try and find out who thinks they have the debt, I will check my paperwork(I do scan and file all correspondence), because I think the court wrote that any communication is to be forwarded to them.

Cheers

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