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Mobile Dongle - EE chased by Moorcroft

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Hi All,

 

I'm being chased for an amount of £100.10 by Moorcroft on behalf of EE (formally Orange). Back in 2012 we took got a mobile broadband dongle for business purposes on a business contract (or at least i believed i was). This was done so on a 1 month rolling contract. The business is no longer trading hence why this was cancelled about 4 months back.

 

I attach a copy of the contract signed. As you can see it does say customer type 'Limited Company' but my name is under customer information. Can i be chased for this amount personally? My biggest concern is my personal credit rating.

 

The amount they are chasing also seems high giving the monthly amount was £35 but the contract clearly states it was only for 1 month. The initial contract was for 1 month and it was kept for much longer than this.

 

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It also makes a mention of an iphone?

 

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With any 28 day rolling contract such as mobile broadband you have to give a 28 day notice of cancellation

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