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Cabot/Restons Claim Form - old cap1 card 'debt'

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Hi Guys

 

I'm still battling it out with Restons and this is their latest salvo.

It sounds like nonsense to argue that the prescribed terms were on the back of the form.

We're talking nearly 20 years ago and I have no recollection about the form at all,

but would have thought that if anything was on the back of an application form it would be generic terms and conditions and not the prescribed terms.

 

I'm unsure about the reference to the 2004 regulations however.

 

Any thoughts on how I should respond would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks for all that you do.

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Well good luck with that on an agreement from 1998...if they are convinced its an enforceable agreement...better let them make application to proceed...its only taken them 6 months to consider since you submitted your defence.

 

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Andy


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one little note

don't write to them ever.

 

it simply invites letter tennis!!

 

and makes them think their willy waving is working.

 

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the biggest financial industry in the UK, the whole DCA industry would collapse overnight.

 

 

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I desperately want to avoid a CCJ, so am a bit paranoid about dealing with them. What happens if they resume the court action? Do I get the chance to respond?

 

 

Many thanks

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I desperately want to avoid a CCJ, so am a bit paranoid about dealing with them. What happens if they resume the court action? Do I get the chance to respond?

 

 

Many thanks

 

Yes


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