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I have a default on my CRA reports, Can defaults only be registered under the credit agreeement act of 1974. I did not have a credit agreement with telewest as they provided a service, Do they still have the right to issue the default. Can I ask for the information that allows them to process my data. How can I get the default removed as I still owe £400. They have passed if on to a collection agency. The original amount was £1200. I have not had any correspondence for over 6 months from telewest or the collection agency.

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Hi Griffiths5

sorry you are having hassel

could i sugest you contact the citizens advice

they are free and are very good with dealing in these maters its all strictly done in confedence . just take all the paperwork you can find .

i have used them my self and they got me sorted

good luck

Dave

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I have a default on my CRA reports, Can defaults only be registered under the credit agreeement act of 1974. I did not have a credit agreement with telewest as they provided a service, Do they still have the right to issue the default. Can I ask for the information that allows them to process my data. How can I get the default removed as I still owe £400. They have passed if on to a collection agency. The original amount was £1200. I have not had any correspondence for over 6 months from telewest or the collection agency.

 

I would write to them using a Data Protection Act Subject Access Request (DPA SAR) asking for any information they hold on you including defaults and any other information they have forwarded to other agencies. You need to enclose a cheque or postal order of £10 (standard Fee) and they have 40 days to forfill your request. You can find a template for DPA SAR here http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/516-1-data-protection-act.html you just have to adapt it to your own situation.

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I think to get a default removed successfully, you have to settle the account balance first?

HSBC - S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) 30/10/06

 

07/11/06 - Letter refunding cheque and informing statements will be along shortly.

08/11/06 - Statements from Jan-2001 to Jan-2004 rec'd. Requested more but am waiting.

09/11/06 - Sending of prelim request for refund! £913.50

27/11/06 - Letter from Royal Mail, original prelim lost in post!!

06/12/06 - Another prelim sent :(

19/12/06 - Reply from Mr Langdale saying complaint received and that I'll have a proper response by 5th January 07....

 

Capital One - S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) 31/10/06

 

Sent off prelim for £392.00 - All adds up I suppose! 06-12-06

Partial Offer received 19/12/06 - £152, offer accepted as part settlement only......

 

GE Capital Bank - S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) 31/10/06

 

Store card account. Charges approx £200, prelim being sent off in the new year!

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