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After many months of faffing about from Buchannan, Clarke & Wells & threats of legal action from me


Buchannan, Clarke & Wells have finally decided to drop chasing me for this alleged debt

& decided to hand it back to the Original debtor .


Hopefully the original debtor will stop chasing me for this alleged debt & decide to write it off

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Could you give us the history of this please.


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Hi Maroondevo52,


I will give you a heads up on what happened In July 2012


Ulster bank systems crashed in Northern Ireland

Out of this crash Ulster Bank alleged I owed them money as I went overdrawn by £1,404.27


I checked what money I had taken out &

found a discrepancy that was of the RBSO/Ulster bank own doing

as they caused my account to go into the above debt as they failed to manage my account properly.


Ulster Bank have been chasing me about this alleged debt from July 2012

saying I had taken money out of the account that did not belong to me

but as I said it was an error of the RBSO/Ulster bank own doing as

they caused my account to go into the above debt as they failed to manage my account properly.


Ulster Bank Employed the goons from Buchannan, Clark & Wells to chase me for this alleged debt which was of the |Ulster Banks doing.


We have been exchanging e-mails for the past couple of months & they where using bullying tactics to try get me to pay this debt

but they haven’t provided any proof that this debt was mine

I issued them with notice to produce which you will see below on the 23rd October 2013


FA.O Darren Caruthers/Alex Jones, Quality Assurance Officers

TAKE NOTICE that you are hereby required within 14 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE to produce

all, letters, copies of documents in your custody, possession or power, containing any entry, relating to the matters in question the debt held in the defendants name

and in particular all of the Plaintiff’s documents relating in any way to the Particulars of this matter.


AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that should you fail or neglect to produce the above documents,

or any of them further legal action will be taken against Buchannan, Clark & Wells DATED this 24 day of October 2013 To:


Buchannan, Clarke & wells

BCW House,

24 George Square,

Glasgow G2 1EG


I gave Buchannan, Clark & Wells 14 days to produce the said documentation,

which must have scared them as I received an e-mail to say that they were closing the account

& handing it back to the original debtor, which is RBSO/Ulster Bank

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check your cra file has not been trashed



please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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Yes, putting them on the back foot and demanding the provide proof was pretty much guaranteed to see BCW off.


I think you should now be dealing with the bank directly, as they might just decide to palm it off on another DCA.

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Yes, putting them on the back foot and demanding the provide proof was pretty much guaranteed to see BCW off.


I think you should now be dealing with the bank directly, as they might just decide to palm it off on another DCA.


I have now issued the Ulster Bank with a copy of same order issued on the 8 November (sent with the attention of the girl in question & to be opened by addressee only) they have have had 14 days until end of the week to comply with it other wise i will seek legal recourse. They have been very quiet on the issue have made no attempt to contact me to head off this issue think they can just bully people into paying up without proof being produced

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