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I took out a contract with buymobiles.net in 2012 for a Samsung galaxy note on o2, I ended that contract early in June 2013 to get a new contract from them of a Sony xperia Z with 3. Yesterday (21 months after the contract was paid to o2 and cancelled) I had a letter from Burlington debt collection about an outstanding amount of £447 for the Samsung galaxy note, I have never had any other correspondence from buybmobiles.net or a1comms regarding this. I assumed that since I had paid o2 the remaining months for early termination that was the matter settled.

 

 

I have tried to speak to buymobiles.net but as far as they are concerned I need to deal with the debt collection agency, the debt colelction wont change the amount for the handset and as far as they are concerned they want £447 from me and that's the amount I have to clear

 

 

Is it worth speaking to CAB about this or am I up the creek without a paddle? Any suggestions as i am loathe to paying this amount for a handset that is now worth about £100 at most brand new

 

 

any advice would be grateful

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