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I got a letter from CCS Collect stating that I owed £86 to Vodafone.

I have not borrowed money from Vodafone. I am on a pay as you go phone, not a contract. I called their company and they said the debt was from a contract, so it cannot be mine.

I am an 18 year old girl living with my parents. I have never borrowed money from anywhere.

Where do I go from here?

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Ignore CCS and contact vodafone about it. Be aware that they might fob you off, but its better to get a complaint in writing unless you can record the call.


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just remember that NO DCA IS A BAILIFF

they have no legal powers whatsoever

 

 

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It's probably a phishing letter which means the DCA (Debt Collector) sends out a load of letters to Vodafone Customers with similar names in the hope that someone will own up and say that the debt is theirs.

 

I would just sit back and ignore but I understand that you might not be comfortable with that so you could take the letter to Vodafone and complain that you are being harassed by their DCA for a debt that is not yours, make them acknowledge that in writing and then ignore the DCA.

 

Find out when the 'contract' started from, if it was before you were 18 then they haven't got a leg to stand on with you. I would just want to confirm that they don't have your name at your address as if they do it could be stolen identity and you need to nip that in the bud.

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Absolutely nothing to worry about, and I wouldn't give it another minutes thought!

 

There is sweet fanny adams that CCS collect can do either, they're a petty powerless DCA who can be put back in their cage very easily.

 

Lodge a formal complaint with Voda, and tell them you're going to leave them if they can't control their tame dogs.


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