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Help Please ... Requested Agreement was sent original application form

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Triton Credit services were sent the CCA requesting a true copy of my Mint Card agreement. In return I was sent a form I completed in 1998 with heading "Your personal invitation to apply for a RBS ADVANTA CARD" it has my signature and it has been stamped at the bottom "On behalf of RBS Advanta" then a persons initials. It has no account number on it only a reference number.

1,, is this a credit agreement or an invitation?

2,, Is RBS AVANTA also MINT?

3,, How should I reply to the letter from Triton who state in part " please find enclosed a copy of your original Credit Agreement for your MINT card which we obtained from our client?

 

Any comment or help would be greatly appreciated.

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Guest NATTIE

1) yes

2)YES

3) don;t know.

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The RBS Advanta is want Mint was previously called if my memory is correct.


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Thanks for the replies folks .... I am in dispute with this account anyway so will just write the usual letter.....

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Nattie can you clarify what you mean by 1) yes?


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