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This morning I received a letter from Moorcroft debt recovery agency

claiming I owe Natwest Fleet Insurance a very small amount of money,

 

unfortunately Moorcroft has the wrong company details on the letter in that I don't owe Natwest Fleet Insurance any money and it does not seem to exist.

It's not a simple misspelling. I do owe Natwest Insurance.

 

I have a history with the Natwest Insurance who Moorcroft is representing in that they actually owe me a significant amount of money

which is in the hands of the Financial Ombudsman at the present time and has been ongoing for several years.

 

I contacted Moorcroft and they have sent the enquiry back with no further action which is OK.

I also contacted the Natwest Insurance who still intend to pursue this despite me explaining that they will only receive this

from my cold dead hands simply saying they will contact Moorcroft with the correct details.

 

Question is who is responsible for the letter effectively demanding money for a non existent company?

 

Is it criminal in which case I have no problem invovling the police.b

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Hi,

 

Inform Moorcroft in writing that you do not acknowledge any such debt and the matter is in the hands of the FOS so they should return the file to their client

forthwith as you cannot enter into any further correspondence with them.

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Moorcroft have the wrong trading name on the letter. Natwest Insurance & Natwest Fleet Insurance are both trading names of U K Insurance Limited registration no 1179980, credit license no 0277914.

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You should stay off the phone, keep everything in writing>

 

Nothing unlawful about the phishing.

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So phishing is completely legal, in that I could write to people saying they owe me money even if they don't?

 

Where can I find details that Natwest Fleet Insurance is a trading name of UK Insurance?? It still does not alter the fact I have never entered into any agreement with Natwest Fleet Insurance.

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You can search the Consumer Credit Act Public Register.

The link should now be in my signature.

Enter Natwest Insurance as Trading Name then click on the one entry that appears.

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So phishing is completely legal, in that I could write to people saying they owe me money even if they don't?

 

Where can I find details that Natwest Fleet Insurance is a trading name of UK Insurance?? It still does not alter the fact I have never entered into any agreement with Natwest Fleet Insurance.

 

yes you can. However, you would still need to prove your claim upon request.

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