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    • as you mention the bpa sounds like its a scummy private car park lot blue badges mean nothing on private land anyway.............. so a failure to display something that is meaningless on private land anyway is a money grabbing scam moved to the private parking forum dx dx
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what is a CRA file? (my credit file that i got from credit expert?).....its this cre that does not mention barclaycard but does mention the other two........i pay a company called "IDR Finance Ltd" as per barclaycards instruction.....the letter from IDR Finance starting from june states:


"we write to confirm that barclaycard have assigned your account to us. we have appointed link financial outsourcing ltd to manage your account on our behalf......."

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Credit Reference Agencies - The Uk ones are http://www.experien.co.uk, http://www.equifax.co.uk and http://www.callcreditcheck.com


The lenders give information on a monthly basis to how you deal with your loans,credit cards, bank account etc, i don't believe it is compulsory for lenders to use them but it is recommended and give anyone you have applied to for credit, a good idea of your ability to repay, or not.


I have not had any delaings with IDR or Link but I guess BC sold or assigned the debt which is why they do not show on your file.


Are you making an affordable payment which they have accepted and have they stopped adding further charges?


A bit more history from you will help for others to comment and offer help/advice.

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I was paying BC a token payment for six months when i lost my job, then in june they wrote to say debt has been assigned to IDR Finance and to pay the token payments to them and is up for review next month.....they have frozen all interest etc,


i am just wondering why it doesn't show up on this credit expert, does it mean the debt is not registered? very strange....

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But your file does show IDR which is now correct if BC have sold the debt to them.


If you are happy to continue to pay IDR that's fine, they will however have purchased the debt from BC for a fraction of the balance owed but you state they are not adding any further charges.


Keep your eye on the balance and that it reduces by the amount you pay each month, just in case they decide to pop a few charges on hoping that you don't notice!


Did you ever have late fees added before it was sold on? It's highly likely! So you can claim these back and reduce the balance further, or any Payment Protection (PPI) which can also be claimed back.

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Sorry Confused bunny, it's the way I read post 8, when you said the other two show I thought you meant IDR or Link.


What happens if you stop paying? You will be hounded and bombarded with calls and letters with all sorts of threats and they could at some point take legal action against you!


If you have had charges back and they are not adding any more and there is no PPI, I guess there is no where else to go, unless anyone else has any suggestions.


The unenforcability route isn't advised on CAG of late due to reconstructed agreements being accepted in court.

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