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Natwest cant find Loan CCA - was paying Wescot £1PCM..what do i do now??

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but I thought by being in contact with me about the loan that prevents it going back statue barred, the debt is now over 6 years old. Thankyou for replying.

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sb runs from last payment or last signed letter from YOU acknowledging the debt.

 

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Thankyou,

is it possible that this debt will go to a DCA,

(Debt is over 6 years old now and Natwest are unable to provide the original terms and conditions).

 

I have read that if a DCA does a check on you it can effect your credit file negativity.

 

I have managed through hard work to get my credit file back up to excellent after natwests default has now dropped off.

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Nope only you and they know

Can't hurt your rating 

And a dca is powerless anyway

They are not bailiffs 

 

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UnkinwnStuntMan

 

It is something like 20 months since you started this thread and I replied to you.  It is good to see you are still with the plan to reach the Statute Barred date.

 

 When we stopped payments in February 2013 SB seemed so far in the future. Like you, we read other people's success stories and decided to bite the bullet and go for it.

 

Our SB date came and went 9 days ago with not a peep out of NatWest.

 

Keep the faith and good luck.

 

 


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So far, all done free for friends:

Cabot - F&F reduced debt by £7700 (70%)

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NatWest - PPI claim - £6,200

NatWest - PPI claim - £3,000

Co-op Bank - PPI claim - £5,200

Halifax - PPI claim - £2,800

NatWest - debt identified as statute barred - £1,900

NatWest - debt identified as statute barred - £2,700

NatWest - loan identified as unenforceable - £13,400

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Yup,

 

My wife had a loan and overdraft from Natwest which she defaulted on in 2007. 

 

It never went to a DCA, and they never Litigated. It went statute barred in 2013.  

 

 

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Sorry to drag up an old thread but wanted to ask a question.

 

when Natwest put a default on my account I had 2 accounts which they put into default.

One was a credit card which now as past 6 years and with no CCA I no longer pay thanks to you guys..

 

At the same time I had a current account which they also stuck a default on at the same time.

I have been paying it £1 a month simular to the credit card.

 

I am still paying this but thinking is this the same as a credit card agreement being a current account or can i follow the same process and send them a cca?

this is over 6 years old now.

 

Thanks in advance

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No ...not applicable to current accounts..the longer you keep paying your £1.....it will never become statute barred...time to make a decision.

 

 

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Thats a choice for you to make....we do not advocate debt avoidance ...but if the debt has accrued purley through penalty charges and interest on penalty charges then you have to decide is it fair you should be settling this matter. 

 

Only you know how you serviced this overdraft and its history...if it is purley your borrowings and not penalty charges or interest then I would say no come to some settlement.


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It was that long ago I carnt remember the exact details of why it went into a default. I think it was an overdraft which I was struggling to pay back. Natwest did write and say they have locked / closed the account and put into default, i think. At the time I had just lost my mum to a terminal illness which is why i got into trouble in the first place becuase I came out of work to look after her and Natwest did not want to help or listen.

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I would get a DSAR running on the account and get all the data of how this debt accrued...then you make an informed judgment as to whether you feel you do owe it or whether is a debt created by the banking systems.


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OK, so I have found that Natwest have a procedure for submitting a SAR with a downloadable pdf and and a specific address, is this the same or is a DSAR different ?

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