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Hi there,

 

I was first contacted by The Zinc Group on 24/02/2017 asking me for £171.47 for their client 'CRS on behalf of Xercise 4 Less'.

 

I was a member of the Nottingham branch of this gym during my final year of university, and I paid the minimum of 11 monthly instalments of £9.99 between 26/10/16 and 25/08/2016.

 

After this point,

I had already moved away from nottingham

I just cancelled my direct debit and assumed that would be the end of it.

 

I now realise I made a mistake and should have notified the gym that I wanted to cancel.

 

Since the first email from Zinc,

I have received two others,

the first offering a reduced one-off payment of £128.60, and then another asking for the full amount around a week later. I have not yet responded to any of the emails.

 

Having read numerous other threads on this topic I realise I should not pay the full amount, although I do accept that I made a mistake so would be willing to pay something, just not the extortionate fee that they are demanding.

 

Do you have any advice as to what (if any) move I should make?

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated. :-)

 

N.B. The address they have for me is my old uni address, so I think the only correct information they have on me is my email address.

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Hi Adon and welcome to CAG

 

It's important that Harlands/CRS have your current address so you always know what they're up to.

 

Use one (or more) of my letters to tell Harlands (not CRS or Zinc) :-

 

1. Your current address is xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx for all future letters but they shouldn't waste too much paper as you won't be paying them a penny more.

 

2. You paid all you agreed to for the 11 months that you originally committed to, so you will pay nothing more.

 

Keep the letter v short and send to Harlands Haywards Heath address.

 

No need to reply at all to the begging letter from Zinc.

 

:-)

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

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