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Hello all, I wonder if you would kindly help me. Over 2 months ago, I received a letter from the wonderful TNC collection services; stating that I owed them £3000, for the payment of a university tuition fee. The letter was the typical: "you have 7 days before a potential court order" generic fluff. However, recognising the need for prudence in matters such as these, I sent a letter (for which I received proof of postage) which is colloquially known as the DCA prove it letter. It is now two months later, and I had received no more written correspondance from them. Yesterday, arrived an identical letter to the first I received back in August . This is odd, bearing in mind that I have not had a reply to my previous letter, which quite rightly asks them to provide evidence of the debt which they allege that I owe. Let's face it, they could be the Tin Men from Timbuktu as far as I'm aware right?

What is the advice of this forum? Should I ignore this letter, or should I once again ask for the evidence of their accusations? Many thanks for your kind assistance.

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