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Cabot/Mortimer Claimform - Old Aqua Credit Card


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Hey people, I've been browsing this amazing forum for the past year and received a letter today which has made me require some help.

Received a claim form from Cabot in the Civil National Business Centre in regards to an Aqua Credit Card taken out in 2018.

I failed to make payments due to financial hardship and have not taken out any credit or used any forms of credit since.

Received a lot of letters from Cabot and their solicitors Mortimer Clarke which I've ignored 

1. By an agreement between New Day Ltd RE Aqua& the Defendant on or around 26/03/2018 (the Agreement) New Day Ltd RE Aqua agreed to issue Defendant with a credit card.

2. The Defendant failed to make the minimum payments due.

3. The Agreement was terminated following the service of a default notice.

4. The Agreement was assigned to the named Claimant. Cabot Credit Management Group Limited, acting as servicing agent of the named Claimant through its Appointed Representative (Cabot Financial (Europe) Limited), has arranged for these proceedings to be issued in the name of the Claimant.

5. The named Claimant may be entitled to claim interest under the Agreement but does not seek such interest and instead claims interest under Section 69(1) of the County Courts Act 1984 at 8% p.a. from 03/03/2023 until date of issue only, or alternatively such interest as the Court thinks fit

THE NAMED CLAIMANT THEREFORE CLAIMS

1. 3800.82 2.

INTEREST OF 379.84

3. Costs

How would I go about this and what could happen?

I don't remember much details about the card either.

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