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    • Hi, thank you for the quick response.     Yes we asked them for the original credit agreement but they only sent a statement of previous payments and charges, etc. Looking back at the communications, we actually asked for this information a year ago and they sprang into life a few months ago.     The letter of claim only referenced the OD not the credit card.   The last feedback we got from them was that they thought the credit card debt was not statute barred and would be sending information over regarding the OD.   Do I need to mention anything specific in the SRA to Lloyds?
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    • Thanks for your reply. We didn't even know they issued us with a ccj until I target got a credit report and it come up, we had no paperwork warning us.    I don't know when the ccj was issued just know on my credit report says it get removed oct 2020.    Mortimore Clark are welcome finance solicitor as far as I am aware... Nothing to do with the ccj.    I know the ccj has been added to our property as end of this year we will be in position to pay of mortgage and its £18000 more then what we owe and mortgage company said its a charge for a loan so in theory we may pay it twice if I am paying solicitors (well in small amounts) 
    • and you can't click on the enter a defence option. sometimes we've found you can.   you should have come here sooner an we would have made sure you did it right...  
    • get an sar off to welcome they can't refuse.   who are mortimers client, the claimant of the CCJ and the charge upon your deeds.   welcome would have added £1000's in unlawful penalty fees for everything from letters/phonecalls/arrears fees/it's raining today, your fault. when was the CCJ attained too please?  
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Sorry, why was the text in my previous post edited so as to include lots of line, whereas before it was in the paragraph form that I wanted it to be?

 

No idea at them moment. What I can say from my own experience, I find it very difficult to read a whole block of text and I do edit some posts to make it easier for me to read and to possibly help others to read it too. this is not a slur against you but to help the wider forum users.

 

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Yes..we sometimes edit huge blocks of texts as 1) They are difficult to read and 2) It puts people off reading them and they are likely to skip it.

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I just reread it last night and didn't recognise it as something I just wrote, I thought someone had hacked into my account or there was an error or something as it was edited so much it looked liked poetry or song lyrics or something!

 

Maybe I could have paragraphed it a bit more, but the way it was restructured was waay over top. I'll be more careful to structure my posts better, but I'd rather people didn't edit them for me if it's all the same:-)

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Maybe I could have paragraphed it a bit more, but the way it was restructured was waay over top. I'll be more careful to structure my posts better, but I'd rather people didn't edit them for me if it's all the samesmile.gif

 

Your choice, but you will get more advice if you make your posts easier to read for the advisers.

 

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  • 4 months later...

It's been pased down to a debt collector who just sent me a letter. (BPO)

 

They stated that 'the outstanding liability..... we understand is not disputed'.

 

Of course they understand wrong, and the probably know this. Do I have to print off another letter and send it? Or just ignore them?

 

I'm curently in favour of the latter.

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It's been pased down to a debt collector who just sent me a letter. (BPO)

 

They stated that 'the outstanding liability..... we understand is not disputed'.

 

Of course they understand wrong, and the probably know this. Do I have to print off another letter and send it? Or just ignore them?

 

I'm curently in favour of the latter.

 

 

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Ignore totally. Or send a simple letter. If they ignore the letter report them. If theg continue to contact you consider legal action.

 

Jackie only uses low end dcas who operate a no win no fee policy. Thats how desperate her company is.

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No liability to anyone as no debt exists and has never had done

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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Can I say those exacts words to the two gorillas who turn up at my door and then shut the door in their faces?

 

I was just thinking about pretending I don't live here. They are still spelling my name wrong as well.

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oops I said on not in, typo gives the sentence a whole new interp
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Nobody will turn up. If they do, simply tell them to sod off and walk away. You dont even have to answer the door. They have no rights at all. If they refuse to leave, call the local police.

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RLP do exist. The DCA's they use exist as well, but they only deal in 100% unenforceable debts/invoices that NOBODY else would even go near.

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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  • 1 year later...

Thought this had gone away forever. Last letter I received was about a year ago?

 

Anyway just recieved a payment demand letter from Capital Resolve. Has anyone else had this?

 

I noticed a different security company is now operating in Tesco as well, can't remember what they are called though.

 

I did a search for Capital Resolve on here and I can see they are DCA who specialise in pay day loans and take on debts that they know pretty much they don't have a leg to stand on with so I'm guessing they're trying it on.

 

I shall ignore.

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Hi

It has been a while hasn't it. I would think RLP are going over some old cases and trying it on again by getting a pet debt collector to chase.

 

Ignore? Yes!

 

Can you post up a redacted copy of the letter. I would like to add it to my collection.

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I'll get that posted up soon.

 

 

The funny thing is I was in there the other day with a printer I just bought from PC World and it set the alarm off on the way out, I showed security the receipt and everything was fine. But then this?

 

 

Anyway, as you quite rightly state of the legalities... face, bovvered and that.

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  • 4 weeks later...

Sorry busy and that. Too much. I got a new printer scanner and I'm having difficulty getting it to scan. So here's a redacted photo version.

 

In between days they sent me another letter bargaining for half the original demand. I laughed and then went and made a cup of tea.

cap res letters.pdf

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When you scan it, can you please convert it to a pdf. This allows us to zoom in and see the letters better.

 

From what I have read in those letters, I come to the only conclusion I can and of course any comment by me is my own and not official advice :-D

 

Carry on ignoring. They can recommend any potential action they choose but cannot insist on it. This is a no win no fee type of letter so it is in their interest to get a reaction from you.

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RLP on behalf of..... NO, RLP on behalf of themselves

 

 

These latest missives carry even less weight than the usual RLP twaddle.

 

As for setting off alarms in PCWorld,

I bought some printer ink yesterday and the RFID chip in the ink cartridge packaging set off the alarm as I was leaving.

 

 

It set off another alarm in Sainsburys and a further one in DFS.

 

 

I think I will carry the piece of cardboard around with me to play a chaper version of that new Pokemon game as I wont need a smartphone to enjoy it.

 

 

Your visit to that store has nothing to do with the letters, just a coincidence

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letters done in above post - dx

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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Very amusing. So many ifs and maybes and possibilities it's farcical.

 

If it were me if phone them up just to wind them up. Utter fools but great entertainment.

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You notice how little menace there is in that letter. All polite, no nasty 'what will happen if you don't pay'. basically a foolish attempt to prize you from your cash.

 

I do like andydd's idea but no! This just encourages them however if you did ring them.. record their drivel. Ask them what they can actually do apart from sending the oh so nice letters and see what rubbish they come back with. :wink:

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