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    • The MO of these companies is not exactly sophisticated. Send the invoice. After X days send a reminder saying the amount is now £100. After X days send a final demand. After X days get a DCA to send a letter pretending the amount is now £170. After X days get a DCA to send another letter with another threat. After X days get a third-rate solicitor to send a letter with yet another threat. After X days send a Letter of Claim. Or some variant of the above. Ridicule them now if you want but they will just continue with their bi-monthly (or similar) letters. It only really makes sense to contact them after a Letter of Claim, which is the stage before court, to let them know that if they proceed you will be big trouble for them and will make a big hole in their wallet.
    • i know,  fantastic eh - Cost of repairs that did not need doing (why would you repair something that isnt broken) Also some new lies there.. two deliveries - they imply they fixed it and sent the car back - they didnt, they took it back and its up for sale!  Also have all evidence of emails, confirmation of calls via email, confirmation of calls resulting in them being abusive (so resulting to email)  
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Noddle seem to list normal long term loans under "Short Term" on the basis that the lender provides daily information under a new system called MODA. Is that legitimate ?

 

Might be. Usually, the loan companies have to sign off on how they report data to CRA's to comply with the DPA. The CRA's also have to agree to the reporting of data in the way it is being done to comply with DPA.

 

You could write to Noddle for the attention of Data Protection Officer, asking them to confirm how the loan data should be recorded on their customers credit records held by CRA's. Ask them for full details of what they agreed with CRA's in regard to data reporting on the specific loan type you have taken out.

 

Then see how they reply and come back to advise what they have said. If it appears wrong, then take it up with Noddle and if necessary involve the ICO.

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