Black horse transferred our secured loan to Skye loans on1/6.2015. we have a mortgage with Lloyds bank.Which is all to date, We have been paying £230 a month to skyeloans, as the original loan from black horse was secured against my house is the skye loans one also a secured loan and will my home be at risk if i dont pay skye loans,as this company is not showing on my credit file is it a legal company.I have put a complaint in to the financial ombudsman also about this company.
I just got one too.
I was working in the station but the entrance barrier to the contractors car park was broken so i reversed into that area while I made a call to see what the problem was.
This means i might have been in the area more than 10 mins, not sure.
The NTK has just come through and i am wondering if UKCPS is trying to learn from previous errors.
This NTK does state " made under the protection of freedoms act 2012" but does not mention section 4. It has one image of my number plate close up, no others.
I gather the general advice so far seems to be to ignore it but i thought i had better ask in case there is some new small detail they have added which they could catch me out on.
Any advice would be appreciated
My only issue is that in my amended defence that i filed 17th Dec 2019 I had written the following which i was going to address in this WS2:
5. It is accepted as per my Amended Defence para 2 insofar that I have once held a contractual relationship with Capital One Bank (Europe) Plc for a LUMA Credit Card and not a Capital One Credit Card.
How can i work around this?.....
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