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Debt collection agency is chasing me for limited company debt for a company that closed about 4 years ago. They claim I was a guarantor and that the debt would have been registered with credit agencies which will affect my ability to get credit. I cannot remember but I might have signed as a guarantor and money owed relates to overdraft. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Hello and Welcome Dorset 1,

 

I have moved this thread to the Debt Collection Forum, hopefully you will get some advice shortly.

 

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Ask them to produce a copy of the Guarantor Agreement...dont admit or acknowledge or pay until you are satisfied it is legal.

 

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Thanks for the advice. I will request for it.If indeed they provide a form signed as a guarantor, am I obliged to pay even though the company was wound up more 4 years ago.

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I'm afraid that if they prove you made the guarantee you will have to pay.

It is after all what the guarantee is intended for.

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