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Hi guys!

 

I had a catalogue account with Great Universal which went to a CCJ which I have paid off, but my credit file also shows a default for the same debt. I do not remember receiving a default notice from Great Universal, just the court paper work after I had not paid for two or three statements.

 

Would it be worth contacting them to see if a default notice was sent and if I can get it removed from my file?

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Hi, yes, it was only £210 owed and they took it to a CCJ instead of agreeing to a payment plan :(

 

Should I send off a CCA or should I send off asking whether they sent me notice before defaulting me?

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I think Layla that at this stage, if you have paid off the debt, your credit rating should show that the debt is paid, but I am not sure if you can ask to have it removed or not if its settled??!!

A CCA will not as far as I can tell be useful, maybe more a case of an SAR showing all of your history with them and when they advised you of the default. This may answer your questions?

They were a bit mean for £210!!

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thanks for your reply :)

 

I was also shocked that they defaulted AND ccj'd me for £210, and only agreed to a payment plan after it had gone to court! Grrr, but it was my own fault for not keeping up with payments :(

 

I thought if I could prove there was no credit agreement then there is no debt and as such they should remove their details from my file? I wouldn't be asking for the money back that I paid as I did owe it to them, just wondered if I could get rid of the default?

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hi layla - i personally think it is too late you have admitted the debt by completing the admission form to the court - how long ago was this? the default should show as satisfied and if it is more than six years it should be removed

Good luck

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Linz, other than waiting 6 years do you know of any other way of having the default / ccj removed?

I guess that Layla you are concerned about having adverse credit history (especially for the miniscule amount that you were taken to court for!)?

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I wonder if it is worth sending off one of Surley's default removal letters, as the account was been paid in full in Nov 2005, not even a settlement figure, then they will not be losing out by removing the default?

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