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    • Possibly not...thats for you the claimant to calculate the settlement figure as of that date of payment.
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    • Ok that makes sense. I have another query, if the defendant states "we will pay your costs as entitled under the court rules" how does that work? I assume this relates to the interest accrued for the duration of the case. Will the defendant calculate this sum accordingly and include it on top of the full and final settlement of the claim?
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amex didn't default account till 4yrs after last payment - is this fair?

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I have one outstanding default on my credit report for a charge card.



The last payment made was before 2006



but the company Amex just logged late payments on file and didn't set the default marker for four years!



That was 2010 so it still has 18 months to run before it drops off.


Isn't it reasonable for defaults to be applied after 6 to 9 months of missed payments not 4 years?


Can anyone advise best course of action removing this as I believe it to be statute barred.

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you might get some luck if you send them a pleading letter



however, sadly there's no longer any rules or guidelines

that state anything since the latest ICO guidelines remove the unfair timescale .



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