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Hi all

Please can someone help me with a suitable letter for Phillips.

 

They are chasing my son who has never lived at my address. I have informed them of this and sent a stat. dec. to them to say there is nothing in my house that belongs to anyone else except me and OH.

 

They now have sent a letter to ' the occupier ' saying that they acknowledge the letter but their agent may still call on the house and they want me to send in proof of who we are eg. Council tax bill so that they can remove our address from their records.

 

We have had a very shocking family event last weekend and it has rather knocked me for six and that is why I am asking for a little guidance here

 

Many thanks

SummerB

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If they have received the stat dec then you dont have an obligaiton to show them your ID and proof of your address. You can ask they stop processing your personal data in a notice under Section 10 of the Data Protection Act 1998. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/ukpga/1998/29/section/10

 

A simple letter will suffice, and end it saying you will ask the Local Government Ombudsman to intervene if they continue making pointless threats.

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Oh, definitely DON'T email, all that will do is give them another point of contact!

 

I would send a simple letter back advising that any continued action will be reported to the necessary authorities and return any further letters unopened marked 'not at this address'.

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I have to disagree, email is probably the best way to contact them, you have free proof it has been sent, you very often get a an auto response back proving they have received it, and you get a quicker reply to your queries.

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