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As peviously posted i had been getting letters from Blair Oliver and Scott regarding a debt to Sainsburys bank, they failed to supply a copy of the agreement within the 12 + 1 month deadline and so commited an offence, i got a subsequent letter and sent a reply which gave info on their failure to adhere to the CCA.

 

About 2 weeks later i received a copy of the agreement, however:

 

1. It was in a handwritten envelope and a stamp had been affixed (normally letters/addresses were typed and franked)

 

2. inside was an undated compliment slip with "here is the info that you requested" (handwritten) on it, no signature, no name etc.

 

I made no reply to this strange contact and have been away since this letter arrived and have yet to receive anything else from them.

 

Shall i still continue to play a wait and see game?

 

Now they have provided me with a copy, what is the situation? do they still need to go to court to reactive the debt? i understand that their previous failure would have constituted a full defence.

 

Any help would be appreciated.

 

Many thanks

 

David

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Now they have provided me with a copy, what is the situation? do they still need to go to court to reactive the debt? i understand that their previous failure would have constituted a full defence.

 

If the agreement is correct then the debt is enforceable.

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