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Lowel/BW claim form - EE mobile phone 'debt'

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I think you need to speak to the MCOL Help team. Ring the courts find out what the deal is


 

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That's the letter that came with it

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OK I will do thanks!

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Once you know more info come STRAIGHT back here and let us know. We can advise...

 

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so its a stayed claim and they are willy waving.?

check with the court monday?

 

 

i would suspect, unless or until they pay the fee to lift the stay its stays that way.

 

 

no harm in sending the claimant a CCA request

and the claimants sols a CPR 31:14 from the legal section of the library.

 

 

read the full threads FIRST before you act on each letter

 

 

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Ok thank you all for your advice.

 

 

One question.

 

 

If this debt does not show up on my credit file can they do anything about it?

 

 

I mean according to my report iv never had a contract with EE.

 

 

I will get in touch with the court on Monday and look at sending the CCA requests.

 

Once again thanks everyone!

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legally the cra file has no bearing

they've issue a claim

 

you didn't respond to it [is the address correct now and for where you were at its time of issue?]

 

CCA request [one]

CPR one


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CCA request are not applicable to Mobile phone contracts...and the claim cant be stayed if you only submitted your defence on friday.

 

This is known as delayed service...as the claimant has served you the claim form.You cant use MCOL hence there is no password.

 

https://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/rules/part07#7.5

 

The claimant must serve the claim form no later than 12.00 midnight on the calendar day four months after the date of issue of the claim form.

 

I assume you posted your acknowledgement and defence back to Northampton?

 

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:frusty::frusty::frusty:pay attention to what thread you're on dx

 

sorry ryan re CCA.


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Andy... 4 months has passed?

 

Correct...and there is part of the defence:-)


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Afternoon everyone.

 

 

Well I spoke to the court today

 

 

they said there's nothing the claimant can do because they're out of time but they may reissue the claim.

 

 

So I assume now I should wait to see if I receive another claim form for Christmas.

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Sounds promising. If you do receive another claim form, get yourself on here straight away. Acting quickly in accordance to the advice given on here gives you a much greater chance of success. Hopefully you'll not hear anything further.

 

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Thank you to everyone for theIR help!

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Afternoon everyone.

 

 

Well I spoke to the court today

 

 

they said there's nothing the claimant can do because they're out of time but they may reissue the claim.

 

 

So I assume now I should wait to see if I receive another claim form for Christmas.

 

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Hello everyone. I have received this today from the court. Does this mean they have reissued the claim? I have not received anything else apart from this.

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Not reissued.....simply proceeding to allocation...this transfer's the claim to your local County Court.

 

Complete the N180 and submit by the date stated...copy to the claimants sols.

 

Yes to mediation.... yes to small claims track...the rest is self explanatory tick boxes.

 

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Can they proceed even though they where out of time, the claim form was received 4 months after it was issued. thanks

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Can they proceed even though they where out of time, the claim form was received 4 months after it was issued. thanks

 

have another read of my post #35


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I'm confused. In post 35 you say or I think your saying 4 months is fine, but then in post 40 your saying that's part of my defence. Sorry i just want to be clear

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They didn't serve it within 4 months...that is part of your defence.....which you will raise in your witness statement as this proceeds...this is just the allocation stage to get you to the next stage.


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Perfect. I really appreciate your advice Andy. Thank you so much for everything so far.

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