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Hi, i was wondering if anyone could help.Ive had aletter from Ruthbridge,addressed to myself and asking me to contact them over a personal matter.After looking on here i discovered that Ruthbridge are in fact a DCA and are tricky customers.I had debts going back about 5 and a half years for credit cards which i did not pay due to family bereavement and falling into a spiral; of depression.I moved house numerous times over the 5 and a half years and foolishly never paid off any of my debts.I havent heard anything going back around 5 and a half years.Eill i be able to drag this out until statute barred and what are the implications if i cant hold out until then.I owe around 8000.

 

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OK, are you aware of what this might be in relation to?

 

The first letter can be ignored, they need to furnish you with much more info yet to merit any sort of response.

 

First rule is to NEVER phone them, EVER!.

Secondly keep all letters they send including the envelopes, this way then you can really see just how 'urgent' and 'important' any letters are when they have all been sent by 2nd class TNT post.

 

Keep a diary of events, especially if they start committing the criminal offence of harassment by phone.

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Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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Thanks for helping me out there.I received the 1st and only letter by TNT post last Tuesday.I believe it to be in relation to a Barclaycard debt dating back to 5 and a half,possibly 6 years ago but cant be sure.Ive kept the letter and have it stored in a biscuit tin ha ha! No pone calls of late but recently i had a number of companys call me regarding debt management.I denied any knowledge of any debt to these calklers but they are the first such calls ive had in a number of years.

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Ha the good old DMC's and the resurgence of a DCA, naughty naughty! I don't suppose you have the names of any of these DMC's do you? The OFT&TS would be very interested to hear that their so called guidelines are being ignored.

 

Out of interest you didn't get a call from 'Provident' by any chance??

 

Ignore everything until anything of any substance lands on your door mat, your on a phishing list and toothless ruthbridge need to supply much more than their first puerile missive.

Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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I cant quite remember the name of the company that called.I did look them up at the time through the phone number using google and remember that they were a Manchester

based firm.They called me at inconvenient moments for around 2 weeks until i finally answered.It was more of a tin pot company than Provident.

 

I thought as much with he phishing.I will keep you posted with any news.Your help is much appreciated.

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Hmm, Bainst & Ernst? Pathfinder? Chase Saunders? Debtsure?

The list is endless, either way steer very well clear of any unsolicited DMC purporting to be able to help you with debts, they are simply wanting your money and will feed off your misery.

Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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Im pretty sure it was Chase Saunders now you mention it! the calls seemed to come from out the blue.Although i have been foolish online and entered my details in competitions etc.

 

Thats sound advice thanks.I wont be going near any debt management schemes,only as a last resort.

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ok so ive got another letter now.similar to the last but this time it states that i have been traced as living at this address and to contact ruthbridge within 5 days or they may phone! signed miss yvonne richards

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Contact them within 5 days of what? Christmas??

Wait until they send you anything of any substance, which they never will, before you make any written contact with them. If they do ring, pretend that your deaf, and ask them to speak up, and keep asking them to repeat that, I can't hear you???

 

Fools..

Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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