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Hi looking for some help.

 

I have worked for an agency for 5 years and have been offered a contract with the company I have been on assignment with.

 

As part of the pre employment checks they have informed they cannot continue with the offer of employment as I have a cifas marker.

 

7 days of worry no idea what this was to find that EE have slapped a cat 6 fraud marker under evasion of payment.

 

I did in 2015 take out a contract phone with them on the understanding that it was pay nothing up front then 18 quid a month. Sounds good but on day it arrived they demanded 150 pound up front before I can use it. Nowhere on anything I received stated this.

 

Poor judgment on my part but I took the huff and never payed the amount t required. I also never returned the handset. I never heard from them again and forgot all about it until now.

 

Anyone please advise me how I can remove this. I really don't understand how this is fraud. Is it fraud? I've checked my application and all details provided were correct.

 

I'm totally at a loss and over the head of a 150 pounds I'm now potentially loosing out on 26 grand a year job because of this.

 

Any help advice appreciated.

 

Thanks 

 

Mark

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so having rejected their contract did you retunr the phone? If not what happened to it?

the answer you give may well help determine whetehr there was just a simple breach of contract by not paying the argeed sums, a brach of contract by them and they owe you a small fortune for placing a false marker that has cost you a job or whether they have grounds for suspecting you never intended to pay for the phone, which is clearly their current position.

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