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hello all 

at the end of june i  purchased an item from idealworld  ,  just   a week before they went out off air and now in administration 

  i had paid  the first payment  , but  of cause never received the goods   - and the only contact  you can now make with them is an email to  the administrators   and it bounces back saying due to high demand  they could be a delay in answering  

i had paid via debit card  - so  i told by bank who stopped any further payments and issued a chargeback  , so i thought that was the end of it.

well on Saturday  i got a debt collection letter from a company called Moorcroft   asking for a balance of  72 pounds  and to contact them   to now pay them 

and im not sure what to do now  , cos last thing i want is a bailiff  turning up  at my door    but as ive never had the good s , won't get them now , and cant contact anyone  can  someone advise pls what to do as i guessing they have bought the debt 

and will these  people coming knocking at my door for the money      when i never even  got the goods  in the first place 

 

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Please tell us how much you are talking about. It will help us to know the value at stake.

However, don't worry. I would suggest that you write to morecroft and tell them that you won't be paying and that for whatever reason the suppliers and breach of contracts and that's what you will tell the judge as well if they want to bother to take it to court.

 

And by the way, nobody will come knocking at your door. They would have to get a court judgement against you first before they could possibly instruct enforcement agents.

What is the total value?

After you have sent the letter which I have suggested, ignore all other correspondence unless you get a court claim in which case let us know

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woe slow down

a DCA IS NOT A BAILIFF!!

and never ever can be.

a DCA also has ZERO legal powers on ANY debt - no matter WHAT its type.

totally ignore moorcroft, they dont buy debts either. only operate for their client...

whom are their stated client on this letter?

dx

 

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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Hello and ty for replying  

  itdx100uk  it  says the client is Ideal World Ltd  

and your correct it says

my account details have been passed to us  by IDEAL WORLD LTD  to act as a collection agent  and we will now be dealing with your account 

and then goes on to say they offer a flexible approach  to repaying my account have have various options  to suit  

and to pls get in Contact as soon as possible  

and then it says the ways to get in touch with them  giving their phone number   email address etc  and  the methods i can pay by. 

 

so should and can i safely ignore  this  , as i don't want to contact them if i don't have to .

 

Or what is the best way to now deal with this pls

 

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, treextree said:

so should and can i safely ignore  this  , as i don't want to contact them if i don't have to .

You don't have to write to them at all; however, not doing so will result in your letter box filling with half the amazon rainforest in the hope they eventually get some money from you. Writing to them with the letter BankFodder suggested may put a stop to that right from the off.

If you choose to ignore, you should continue to open any correspondence you get from them, just in case they ever did try to raise a claim against you. It would be easily defensible, you just don't want them to do it without your knowledge, which could result in a default judgement in their favour.

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as long as you've not moved since ordering from ideal world you are very safe to simply ignore everyone

until or unless you ever get a letter of claim from a solicitor who's client is idealworld

a Notice of Assignment for a DCA stating they have now purchased the debt.

or

and a very very big or 

a county court claimform pack.

which as with 99.9% scam debt none of the above ever ever happen

go enjoy your life and stop panicking about a bunch of powerless letter writers whom make themselves out to be BAILIFFS.

they are not and cant do anything on any dent

a dca has no more legal rights than you or i or your cat.

dx

 

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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