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Doorstep visit from Resolve Call Credit

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Just had a scrawny, unkempt individual knock at my door claiming to be from Resolve Call Credit.

I have no idea who this company is and have never received a phone call, email or as far as I know, letter, from this company.

 

He wouldn't tell me what it was in regards to until I'd give him security details, to which he was told to "go away" or words to that affect, as I wasn't going to disclose my personal details to a complete stranger who knocks at my door and won't tell me why 🙄

 

He posted a letter through with contact details and that this is the first visit.

 

Now do I contact the number on the letter or just ignore it, as I really can't think what it's for.

I'm just worried if I do call them it could be in regards to a very old statute barred debt and by doing so means I will be acknowledging it.

 

It doesn't bother me if they knock everyday, they will be told the same thing everytime.

 

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you cant unbar a debt

and even so phonecalls are inadmissible in such cases.

 

check the ref number against known ref no's of old debts with DCA's or from old credit file printouts.


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Just ignore him, tin pot DCA who have been trawling job agencies for poor sods who will work for peanuts based on promises that they will be millionaires by Christmas.

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Once a debt is Statute Barred it remains so doesn't stop Lowlife DCA's sending claimforms to old addresses to get a CCJ though, but  if they got a CCJ on a debt already SB it should be simple to get a Set Aside.  Might be worth checking out what they are after if SB tell them so and that you won't be paying it.


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