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Hi thanks for the ups, watched the Martin Lewis show, was interesting but not really relevant to me.

 

BTW, is it true uni student loan debt is wiped off after x amount of years? (i think they said 25/30 years)

 

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that's what I understood too

 

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Hi All,

 

I have decided that I am going to make an official complaint to the university.

 

 

I studied at the Uni 2011/12 but interrupted my studies due to ongoing ill health.

 

The university led me to believe that I would be able to re-attend the full year (at no extra charge)

because I dropped out of my one-year course due to having depression and dyslexia.

 

I was under the impression I made it clear that I was not leaving the course

and was interrupting my studies, due to long-term sickness.

 

I never had an exit interview and never signed anything to say I was leaving the course.

 

I have had an offer from the university to resit the course this academic year September 2013,

however it is saying that I need to pay the full set of fees for the year.

 

I have questioned this and the finance arm of the Uni are adamant that I will not be able to sit the course for no extra cost

and should have to pay the full cost on top of what I have already paid.

Effectively paying two lots of fees when I have yet to have a proper course of study.

 

I feel the university

a) have failed me in their duty of care.

b) Have discriminated against me in relation to my disability

c) Have exasperated my condition, knowing full well about my condition

(1 because the course leader had had my doctors reports and

2 because I informed the finance team)

and then the finance team employed solicitors to deal with me.

 

It seems as though because the university has so many different arms to it,

the finance department does not communicate with the course department and so on

therefore leading to many of the unneeded problems I have had to deal with.

 

The university has made me an offer to resit the course but to pay £4500,

if I do not accept it I wont be able to sit, as the deadline is Monday.

 

I am thinking should I accept the offer but only on the premises that my complaint is upheld?

 

Really could do with some advice!

 

Thanks for taking the time to read this

 

Kregards

 

Billy

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NHi, I received this a few days ago from Hadfield Solcitiors acting on behalf of STA international,

 

Please can someone advise accordingly.

 

I have found a very similar thread, link below:

 

Link removed -dx

 

Thankyou

 

BB

hadfield solcitors Brighton uni_Redacted.pdf

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Hi there,

 

thanks for getting back to me,

so are you saying that I should just ignore them as STA,

 

dont own the debt therefore Hadfields cant do jack either as there are acting as agent for STA?

 

There is no possibility of putting a CCJ on me?

 

Regards and thanks for your kind help

 

Cheers

 

BB

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if a claimform were to be issued

it can only be done under debt owners name

 

for a fake/tame solicitor AKA different letterhead in the same printer that the DCA used..

to issue a claimform cannot happen unless their 'client' owns the debt.

 

willy waving me thinks

 

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Ignore them, don't give them the time of day, otherwise you'll give them delusions of grandeur and they'll start thinking their silly missives carry some weight.


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 the reply dx100uk,

 

As soon as I saw you had chimed in again on the thread I instinctively knew there would be some willy-waving mentioned!!! :lol:

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Quick update: received another threat-o-gram from them.....mentions instructing solicitors.....will scan and post up on this thread shortly

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Instruct solicitors to do what?

 

I might instruct next doors cat to press the lift button?

 

It just shows you how puerile DCA's are, they're still playing about with solicitors, when the rest of us know we're more qualified than most sols!


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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Willy waving

Means nothing

 

If might could

 

Doesnt say will anywhere anything

 

Wise up

 

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Just to clarify, it does state "We will instruct solicitors...."

 

Do they have the authority to instruct solicitors on behalf of the client?

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no

instruct means nothing

 

if you look at the STA letters as said before

you will see they are acting for a client

 

only the client [owner of the debt]

can do court

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They can instruct a solicitor if they want but as they have no "locus standi" it wont do them any good, the court isnt allowed to listen to them and they will have just wasted a load of money.

They know this but hope you dont.

"Instruct solicitors to issue a claim against you in the county court" as per their letter

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hadfields clients are STA

sta don't own the debt they only act for their client the Uni

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