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Old Halifax Credit card debt Drydensfairfax Solicitors threatening court action


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s127(3) applies pre 6/4/2007. only

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Just an update. Ok so I decided to send a CPUTR 2008 letter by recorded delivery to Drydensfairfax, and low and behold on Monday we got a letter from them confirming they had closed the account with them and passed it back to Halifax!!!!!

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strange since capquest are the accounts owners?why pass it back to halifax?

 

they are obviously none too confident in what they have

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My thoughts exactly!

 

 

Lots of problems with Halifax accounts coming up, seem a number of accounts on the edge of litigation and recently started litigation being " taken back by Halifax.

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Ok does this add weight to my case? I started looking back through paperwork (cos I've years of it) and came across a letter from Halifax stating that all they can provide is a copy of the application form and current t's & c's. Does this give me a stronger position in terms of them not having an original signed properly executed agreement?

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Ok does this add weight to my case? I started looking back through paperwork (cos I've years of it) and came across a letter from Halifax stating that all they can provide is a copy of the application form and current t's & c's. Does this give me a stronger position in terms of them not having an original signed properly executed agreement?

 

 

 

It's " back up" certainly.

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