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Hi all,

 

Just got county court claim over my TMobile contract that was cancelled in 2009.

 

I have had a contract with TMobile since 1995 - in 2009 I lost my job and couldn't keep up with my payments. They disconnected my phone and when I contacted them to arrange a payment plan they said that it wasn't acceeptable. I advise them that I had lost my job and had little or no income and then I didn't hear from them for a long time.

 

At the time I owed them about £250.

 

Then the next I heard was them was from Sigma asking for £500.

 

I want to put in a counter claim saying that I had tried to come to an amicable arrangement but they went ahead and discontinued my service.

 

Or should I just accept the judgement?

 

Can anyone advise please

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I think you should be sending a SAR off as you need to know why the debt has doubled in size. You also need to acknowledge the claim asap so they dont get judgement by default and you get extra time to submit a defence.

 

Hold tight, as someone should pop in and advise further in the next day or so.

Any advice i give is my own and is based solely on personal experience. If in any doubt about a situation , please contact a certified legal representative or debt counsellor..

 

 

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