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Can anyone tell me the name and address of the above.

 

Background is that back in 2005 the posted a financial association with a person I know to be a debtor, but being so long ago, they have no idea why it was posted.

 

This has been rattling around their complaints dept for some months now, going nowhere. They are saying that they want me to forward a copy of my current credit report before they will remove it, (despite the fact that it would not show information from 2005). In short I think they are just messing me about.

 

I am now minded to send a letter before action to their data controller.

 

Would that be the right person?

 

David

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Data Protection Register - Entry Details

 

Registration Number: Z8737433

 

Date Registered: 02 September 2004 Registration Expires: 01 September 2014

 

Data Controller: SANTANDER UK PLC

 

Address:

2 TRITON SQUARE

REGENTS PLACE

LONDON

NW1 3AN

NEVER telephone a DCA

If a DCA rings you, refuse to go through the security questions & hang up!

 

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No response at all to the LBA, (checked, was delivered).

 

Need to bone up on the DPA to find exact clause they are breaking (duty to ensure data is accurate) then put together a POC

 

David

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we are aware of database issues when posting

hence the double posts

 

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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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No response at all to the LBA, (checked, was delivered).

 

Need to bone up on the DPA to find exact clause they are breaking (duty to ensure data is accurate) then put together a POC

 

David

This would suggest that you have allowed the deadline of yur LBA to expire. All this does is to undermine your credibility. If an LBA says - 14 days - then that's what it is. Before issuing an LBA you should know exactly what your basis for action is and how to go about it so that on day 15 you do exactly what you said you would do in your LBA. Otherwise it is all just huff and puff.

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