So it allowed you to acknowledge service and you have stated you intend to defend all...keep a record of your gateway username..your password is on the claim form.
Now read the following link and then copy the Q,s and your responses back here so we have all the details in one post.
Well you are badly misled. Debts are statute barred – roughly speaking after six years – but that doesn't mean that they can't sue for them. You then have to do bring up the issue that it is statute barred. They are prevented automatically from trying to recover the debt in court.
Because you didn't contact them, they probably thought that they might as well issue the claim because it was an easy kill. – And it was. If you had responded to them and showed that you were a bit feisty or even raised the issue that it was statute barred then the claim would never have been brought against you and in fact because you had told them that it was statute barred they would then be prevented by law from taking any further action.
You should come to us first. Stop listening to your friends.
Start taking the advice I have suggested which is to begin the set-aside procedure – it may cost you as much as about £250 – depending on whether it has to go to a hearing. As I have said, you should contact levels and tell them what you are doing and suggest that they simply agree.
Incidentally, you also have an answer the question as to what kind of loan it is? Is it alone, or overdraft or what? I'm having to ask you this question again. It's a bit like pulling teeth.
Also what is the value of the claim?
Thanks for coming back.
There are multiple options ,which one do i follow?
You say defend all, do you mean option 6 'if you disagree with this claim or if you want to make a claim against the claimant'
sorry to ask but im not sure what part to respond to.
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