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I am the Scottishpower rep on this forum. This is a formal complaint raised by my colleague in regards to this and the details are under investigation. It would not be appropriate to comment further on this case at the moment. Regards Gerry

 

Can you please advise on who I can from email at ScottishPower about wrongful information on my credit report from 2004.

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Thanks ScottishPower Company Rep, I hope this matter can be resolved to mutual satisfaction

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Can you please advise on who I can from email at ScottishPower about wrongful information on my credit report from 2004.

 

Things should drop off your credit file after 6 years or was it late being reported for some reason?

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Things should drop off your credit file after 6 years or was it late being reported for some reason?

 

Was thinking the same thing. It turns out the default is for a £40 odds pounds debt as a result of my husband leaving a council flat in 2004 to live with me. He paid the bill when he left but this was charges for the 3 week period after he left and before new tenants moved in as a result of failing to give a final reading...

 

The property was given back to the council on or around September 2006 when he moved into my house and all energy supplies had already been in my sole name since 2002

 

the credit report says default date 28/7/08 - it has my current address on it even though supply was not provided to this address

it then says satisfaction date 10/2/09

 

and then also partial settlement 1/3/09

??

 

is this statue barred? does that go from date of last payment or date of default

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Was thinking the same thing. It turns out the default is for a £40 odds pounds debt as a result of my husband leaving a council flat in 2004 to live with me. He paid the bill when he left but this was charges for the 3 week period after he left and before new tenants moved in as a result of failing to give a final reading...

 

The property was given back to the council on or around September 2006 when he moved into my house and all energy supplies had already been in my sole name since 2002

 

the credit report says default date 28/7/08 - it has my current address on it even though supply was not provided to this address

it then says satisfaction date 10/2/09

 

and then also partial settlement 1/3/09

??

 

is this statue barred? does that go from date of last payment or date of default

 

I am no expert here, I would like to point that out.

 

I believe it is from the date of default. It looks as if it has been in the hands of a DCA for a few years.

 

Checks are against the address and associates.

 

Unless you can show company error it will stand for 6 years.

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