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    • Thanks Jackson. But you haven’t heard anything more on the previous closed years now??
    • When you say you bought it from O2 – you mean from an O2 shop or online from O2 – but not from some third-party shop? From the sounds of it you have an excellent report from Apple – and who would know better if not Apple. I don't think you need to do anything more. Have you sent the report to O2? If so when? And what response of the given you? I can tell you that if you send the phone off to O2 NOW and ask them to carry out their inspection, they will take probably a couple of months or so. They may end up simply sending the phone to Apple. Furthermore, they may well tell you that you will have to pay a fee for their inspection. In the end, even if they find that there is a fault, they will probably want to charge you for repairing the phone. It's clear that you have a faulty phone and Apple have confirmed that and that it is not as a result of misuse. Excellent. Not only that, you submitted the faulty phone within the warranty period but even if you hadn't, you would still be covered by the consumer rights act which provides that you are entitled to have goods of satisfactory quality and that they should remain in satisfactory condition for a reasonable period of time. A telephone which needs over £300 worth repair after only one year of use is clearly not satisfactory – especially when we are talking about fault which you tell us has been documented over the Internet. I suggest that you start collecting screenshots and any other information as evidence of the complaints that are being made about exactly the same problem. Assuming that you have already provided the Apple evidence to O2 and they have either declined or not responded then the next step is to send a letter of claim. Unfortunately with these companies, it simply not worth allowing things to drag on too much. The pattern is that it takes the claim papers to produce a response and then they start to take you seriously. Read around this forum about the steps involved taking a small claim in the County Court and make sure you understand the broad pattern of events. If you are prepared to take this kind of action then let us know and we will help you with the next step.  
    • My claim hasn't been finalised as I only ended it in June. So it will be finalised this tax year. 
    • Okay I've gone through the trade and I think I'm up to speed. The last thing I know is that you were advised to write to Amazon or to have some discussion with them to see what their response would be. Have you done this? Anyway, I don't think that you can let it go any longer. £2000 is a lot of money to be out of pocket. Have you read around this forum about the steps required to take a small claim in the County Court? If you are familiar with the steps and you are happy to go ahead then the next step will be to send a letter of claim. This will give 14 days for them to reimburse you or else you will sue them. At the end of the 14 days – day 15 – you click off the claim. If you have any doubts about this then don't send the letter – but frankly if you are prepared to go ahead and issue the claim papers and follow through, then I think you may as well write it all off because nobody is going to help you until you start to get assertive. The County Court papers will put you in control because there will be deadline set by the court process which they will have to comply with. Suddenly there are going to have to start taking notice and respond. Let us know what you want to do.
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So you have been receiving more messages and threats??  This is what they do.

 

You are starting to feel nervous and worried??  That's why they do it.

 

Are you starting to think it might be better simply to pay???  Then it's job done.

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and you were told earlier what to do with text msgs..

report them as spam (7726) ignore them totally.

 

 

 

 

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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The reason why they are sending text (idle) threats is because the only way they can make money from debts that they buy is by frightening people into paying up.

Ask yourself the question? If it’s such an open and shut case for them to win, why haven’t they just issued a claim form already and got their ‘top lawyer’ on it .

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The same thing is happening to me, if they start legal action maybe we could fight it together and find other people they are doing it to. There is strength in numbers.

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I took my son to the very company more than 3 years ago, I was duped into paying 300 pounds as I said that's all I had on me, got home and read the reviews and was gutted but pleased to only be out £300 as others lost thousands.

 

I received a text on Friday telling me to pay £934.21 , the only thing I have to show for the £300 was a single picture of my son's which the lady said she was doing me a favour by even giving to me.

 

I just wanted to know how others have dealt with these criminals.

I'm not paying them a single penny that much I know but the threat of bailiffs is not an easy one to live with but they seriously can't keep getting away with treating people like this. 

 

I would appreciate any advice on how to proceed with this matter and if have to write to every consumer show...I'll just have to. 

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please start your own thread by hitting create in the top red banner.

 

bailiffs can never ever be involved unless you lose in court and they return to ask the court to allow bailiffs.

a DCA is not a bailiff on ANY debt and Never can be. no DCa has ANY legal powers no matter what type a debt is ...end of!

 

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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