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Npower CCJ for £2,185 - from 2013! Never recieved any paperwork, unaware of any debt! 988 credit score!


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Hi, i wonder if anybody can give me some advice..

 

I have just gone through a credit reference check to rent a house, i have done this before without any issue and even had a mortgage approved so my finances are good (988 score on experian!) . I work full time and have always paid my bills, i have no overdraft or credit cards.

 

The letting agent flagged up a CCJ on my account from 07/06/2013 which was filed by Npower for £2,185.

 

I moved out of this property on 01/03/2012 after only living there for 12 months. I worked 12 hours a day, 6 days a week and for the last 3 months i barely spent anytime there as i met my current partner.

 

During the first 6 months i was sent a bill for almost a £1000 from Npower for my electricity. I immediately rang Npower as this 1 bedroom under dwelling which i was barely in could not realistically cost that much for electricity. My mum paid less for a 4 bedroom house over a year. They agreed this seemed high and agreed to send out an engineer to look at the meter.

 

It was agreed that the meter did have a problem and the engineer agreed also that the house could never use that much electricity with the amount of electrical items i had and that i was one person there with a very busy job.

 

The outcome was that they were going to remove the meter and put in a pre-paid meter.

 

a few days later they changed the meter, i recieved a pre-pay card. I rang Npower and as far as they were concerned the problem had been sorted i paid a more realistic bill of a couple of hundred pounds and I continued using the pre-paid meter which cost me £10-15 per week for the amount i was there and i continued with this for the remaining 9 months without any correspondence from npower.

 

In 2012 i moved in with my partner and have done since. Now I have found out that Npower actually filed a CCJ for the amount of £2,185 for this address.

 

I have no paperwork as i cleared out old paperwork after relocating to the south. I have never recieved a letter about a CCJ or any arrears.

 

Can anyone give me advice? I am not prepared to pay this extortionate amount.

 

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Are you sure the claimant is npower on the judgement?

 

If so sar time

 

Get all the evidence

And get it set aside

 

Dx

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NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

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