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HSBC sold to Cabot who are denying settlement arrangement

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Mrs Echodale is being harranged by Cabot over HSBC credit card debt

 

. HSBC agreed that if she made sixty payments of £xx then she could save £1800 and would not need to make any more payments after July 2018.

 

She has honoured the agreement and made last payment as agreed.

 

Cabot apparently bought the debt a few years ago and are chasing the £1800, they say they have contacted HSBC and have been advised that no such arrangement exists.

 

We have the original Metropolitan/HSBC letter from 2013 and even though the onus is upon Cabot to 'prove it' we have sent them a copy.

 

I think next step is to send a formal complaint to both organisations.

Any advice welcome.

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Please will you post up a copy of the letter in PDF format

 

Maybe you can tell us a little bit more about the history of the debt as well.


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Why are you looking for a settlement? Cca them. Cabot do not chase enforceable debts. They're money grabbers. They won't have ANY paperwork on the debt and I hope you aren't planning to give them any.

 

You're being cash cowed and been marked as gullible


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Pers i'd have ignored them

Let it go all the way to court and show the judge the letter then seek costs


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