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    • Surprisingly they don't mention AT ALL the other times of usage.    It says tfl byelaws bla bla.. Then the last paragraph is "An application will be made in court for a *** contribution towards the costs of TFL. There will also be an application of *** in respect of the fare avoided. Further costs may be incurred if additional docs are required or the matter is not resolved at the earliest opportunity".    The last sentence is interesting. Leaving it open to an OOC on the day? 
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Hi shamrocker,

 

I raised this very point in court, after researching default terms of most credit card companies, that the default notice would've been most likely served (or should have been served) when the account first went into default, which would actually have been in 2008/2009 rather than in 2011 when Lowell claimed the mystery default notice was served. From the information they have sent me in response to the information requests, and in response to my complaint, they have zero evidence of any default being served by the original creditor.

 

TP

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Hi TP

 

I asked the question because I incorrectly thought that you hadn't made payment or acknowledgement since 2009, but have read through your WS again and noticed the acknowledgement in April 2011.

 

Well done on the outcome!

 

shamrocker

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