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Lowell claim form - old studio debt

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Studio cards are classed as a non trading company and file dormant company accounts how can studio make a claim

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Of you look at the claim form from Lowell it states that they were assigned debt from studio cards a non trading company and who file accounts as a dormant company and were at time of filing

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Once Lowell purchased the debt....studio are irrelevant..the debt belongs to Lowell


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Mrs has received almost identical claim to this including date of purchase of debt.

received PAP from Lowell solicitors cca them immediately receipts kept.

No answer within time frames

 

then got docs after request from them to contact of identical to the thread starter, 30 plus days.

 

Nothing then claim form

entered abridged defence via mcol.

 

Have received form for directions from Lowell solicitors do I need to do same.

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I have created your own thread  23sopwith please continue to post here.

 

If we could have some background details..please read the following link and the copy and paste the Q,s and your responses back here.

 

https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/topic/357877-you-have-received-a-claim-what-you-need-to-do-updated-jan-2019/

 

Yes you must complete and submit your DQ by the date stated.

 


Andy


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The directions 're not from court the court have not seen any directions from Lowell .

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Then check the status on MCOL and see  if the claim has moved to Allocation...if it has then you will receive your blank  DQ shortly...if it s not and still at defence submitted then Lowell have jumped the gun in serving you their copy.


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Still at

defence submitted

 

Lowell letter dated 10/09

DQ not dated

Claim letter and particulars identical to bloodline 67 Docs

 

received after VAC request

 

almost identical apart from amount owed they couldn't be using a template letter.

 

I still find it hard to believe how a dormant company can trade and then ask a DCA to recover alleged debt

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whats a VAC?

 

the debt is SOLD to the debt buyer, makes no odds the co that sold it long ago doesn't exist

 

con we please have the Q&A in post 7 done

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a copy of the defence you filed too

 

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