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I friend has a debt arrangement but the details have been agreed over the phone. She doesn't have any paperwork!

 

What letter do I send to get a list of what she owes, why she owes it, how much if there is a percentage etc. I've been reading through the threads and I think it is a CCA I need but couldn't find the request in the library.

 

Any advice help appreciated, I don't know much about debt collection and all advice would be fantastic!

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I friend has a debt arrangement but the details have been agreed over the phone. She doesn't have any paperwork!

 

What letter do I send to get a list of what she owes, why she owes it, how much if there is a percentage etc. I've been reading through the threads and I think it is a CCA I need but couldn't find the request in the library.

 

Any advice help appreciated, I don't know much about debt collection and all advice would be fantastic!

 

Here is the CCA request letter:

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general-debt/20758-creditors-dcas-letter-templates.html#post162367

 

Stop talking to creditors on the 'phone, from now on in writing only, and keep a papertrail. Get a big box with a strong clip from Wilkies (or wherever) and some folders, 1 for each creditor (you get the picture!).

 

Send the CCA request to each creditor by recorded delivery and don't forget to include a chq/po for £1 for each one, build into the CCA template a request for an outstanding balance, amount paid, original balance.

 

Post back with updates :)

 

Regards, Dave.

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