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I had a car accident and I was not at fault. Admiral who was my insurance provider referred me to Auxillis for a credit hire vehicle. I thought Auxillis was Admiral's branch and by simply trusting them signed Auxillis documents without carefully reading them.

 

After my car was repaired I received a message from Auxillis that I have to sign a client agreement with Principia Law who is going to represent me in court as they could not recover charges from the third party. I was shocked when I called Admiral and they told me that after I signed an agreement with Auxillis it was nothing to do with them. I have paid insurance premium to Admiral and they simply washed their hands.

 

After reading Principia Law documents saying clearly that by signing the agreement all the financial obligations would be my responsibility as their client. I then contacted Auxillis and asked if the documents can be amended by making clear that credit protection still would be in force and would cover me while being Principia Law client. They simply ignored me and pointed me to their credit protection document which states that it covers only Auxillis customers. 

 

I refused to sign Principia Law client agreement. Later I have received a threatening letter from Auxillis stating that they would recover from me £5,125 if I don't sign the agreement. 

 

If I sign Principia Law agreement and they loose the court case, then do I have to pay their costs plus £5,125 ?

 

Can anyone help please?

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Another person stitched up with credit hire.

 

If Admiral had explained this to you or you had asked for advice beforehand you would not have made mistake of using credit hire.

 

Of course third party Insurers don't want to pay credit hire of over £5k. Was this expense really necessary ? Could you have avoided needing a hire car for the number of days ? Could you have hired a more reasonably priced hire car for any days needed ?

 

Unfortunately, now you have signed with Auxillis, they need to go down the court route to recover the credit hire costs. If you don't agree some way of legally pursuing the hire costs, then you will owe Auxillis the £5k and they may take you to Court.

 

You need to resolve with Auxillis.

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Thank you for your comments.

However, I am now in the position where -- What is going to happen if I sign Principia Law agreement and Principia Law looses the court case?

Can I still be covered by Credit Protection insurance provided by Auxillis which is for Auxillis customers and not for Principia Law clients?

I would be very thankful if anyone can advise from their experience 

 

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You need to ask Auxillis about this and get them to confirm the exact position in writing.

 

No point relying on online forum comments to confirm anything in this case.  I agree with the way you are thinking on this and you need Auxillis to provide information in writing, so you can make a decision.

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there are numerous threads here on this scam.

 

you need to be VERY careful what you sign.

if you agree then YOU become the claimant against a big all powerful hire Company with them being able to hire Barristers at enormous costs, that if you lose you'll have to pay as well.

 

there are varying threads, some win some lose here.

 

this thread you might find interesting to read

 

 

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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you dont need a solicitor

waste of money unless you have free legal cover with your motor or home ins.

 

 

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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17 hours ago, dx100uk said:

there are numerous threads here on this scam.

 

you need to be VERY careful what you sign.

if you agree then YOU become the claimant against a big all powerful hire Company with them being able to hire Barristers at enormous costs, that if you lose you'll have to pay as well.

 

there are varying threads, some win some lose here.

 

this thread you might find interesting to read

 

 

thank you! very interesting indeed, very similar to my situation

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