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I have been struggling with Barclaycard and Barclays regard two defaults on two barclay defaults dating back to 2018.

These defaults resulted while I was suffering from a brain tumor and subsequent surgery and extended period in hospital.

Complication from the surgery  has left me with memory issues and partial vision.

 

Barclays/Barclaycard are the only financial institutions which did not/will not help to remove the negative markers from my credit file.

 

I have tried everything possible, escalating to customer services, escalating to Executive Office, reaching out to senior executives at Barclays via Linkedin.

Each time i have been advised they will not help to remove the negatuie markers. 

 

There is a specific person in the Executive Office who has made it his mission to ensure  there's no way they will remove the defaults from mt credit file, even

though i was in hospital in a coma at the time.

 

I even raised a complaint with the Ombudsman which did not help either, the response was that Barclays were following processes and procudres to report 

factual information.

 

I am trying to get my life back to normal 

 

I am at a loss on what to do... can anyone please help. 

 

Thanks

 

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Sorry to hear of your health problems.....but why did your payments default because you was in hospital...were they not set up as Direct Debits ?

 

Andy

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sily question p'haps.. but why do you think you need the defaults removed?

i will gather you mean defaulted dates registered following the sending of a default notice for each debt?

not the silly monthly calendar markers?

 

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Well unfortunately the Credit Consumer Act 1974 does not make provision for the above when these things happen in life......if you have loans or credit cards and do not make the monthly contractual payment on time...you have breached the agreement and as a result the agreement is defaulted and the markers placed on your credit files.....irrespective of what challenges you have had to face....or reasons for none payment.

 

Thats why they will not entertain your requests....unfortunately.

 

 

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One thought, does your medical condition now qualify as a Disability under the Equality Act?  Your GP or Consultant ought to be able to give you an opinion, if they haven't already done so.

 

If you have had a disability since the defaults you could try arguing that they are required by law to make "reasonable adjustments" to their normal procedures to take account of your disability and that the "reasonable adjustment" you are seeking is the removal of the markers. That argument is only likely to succeed if you have been keeping up the payments since the defaults and are not in arrears now.

 

I'm not saying this will definitely work and you need to do your own research and perhaps talk to some of the Disability support groups to see what they think.

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