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DCA letters mentioning may/might etc as opposed to will are trying to get the debtor to take a decision s/he would not othewise take

 

Car mentioned EU Law....

 

The test INMO as to whether may/might =wILL........ should be the EFFECT that 'may/might' have oon the consumer...ans in my opinion the words may/might etc is bound to have the same EFFECT as if the word WILL were to be used in DCA letters

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DCA letters mentioning may/might etc as opposed to will are trying to get the debtor to take a decision s/he would not othewise take

 

Car mentioned EU Law....

 

The test INMO as to whether may/might =wILL........ should be the EFFECT that 'may/might' have oon the consumer...ans in my opinion the words may/might etc is bound to have the same EFFECT as if the word WILL were to be used in DCA letters

 

Here, here. It's not the wording on the letters that is important, it's the fact that a 'may'/'can' letter looks exactly the same as a 'will' letter.Can't wait to see what the caselaw for these regs say... (But I'm sad, so...)

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Guidance document produced in association

with the OFT.

Use, Format and content of standard debt

collection letters.

It goes into the question of phraseology .

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Guidance document produced in association

with the OFT.

Use, Format and content of standard debt

collection letters.

............

 

for reference, the guidance that brig refers to is here at #96

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?84273-OFT-debt-collection-guidance/page5

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