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Moorcroft are not a bailiff firm they are a dca with absolutly no powers what so ever. They could send a 'field agent' around but if they haven't got an appointment with you then they are in breach of the OFT guidelines if they do send someone round.

 

I have had the pleasure of dealing with these morons a few times and if you stand your ground and fight they will soon cower under another rock until their next victim comes along.

 

I would complain to the OFT and Trading Standards as Moorcroft are misrepresenting themselves into being something they're not ie bailiffs when they clearly aren't.

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Hi folks just updating and reading through info that may help me ; given what I have read here I need to ask a question Can anyone other than a county court instruct bailiffs and can any tom dick and harry apply to court and get a CCJ against you for debts without having to provide proof they are a creditor.

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They seem not to have stopped. I got one a few days ago addressed to "EMEI Ltd". They entitled it "Re: THAMES WATER UTILITIES" and seem to be asking for the best part of £300. Having read this thread, I think I will let them wait. This is obviously erroneous because there can not be a company based at my address and no one here is responsible for utility bills (I live in a student hall of residence).

 

I still had a small heart attack when I read the letter with "NOTICE OF INTENDED LITIGATION" in a big red box.

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Had another letter from Moorcroft saying they required a monthly repayment proposal that I could afford and maintain!!! I think I am correct in saying that, whilst the account is in dispute (obviously), that I do not have to provide them with any such personal information. Sure I saw something to this effect somewhere recently, but can't find it now. Can anyone out there help/confirm this? Cheers all, keep up the good fight.

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I have now received 4 letters from Moorcroft Debt Recovery Ltd. in the last 18 days seeking repayment of a debt, on behalf of Orange Personal Communications, that has been paid in full and final settlement on 4th March 2009.

I have written 4 times in response and faxed the letters, but still don't get any reply.

I am not sure what to do next.

A.J.Martin :confused:

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Hiya Folks,

 

I received a letter from Moorcroft's earlier today, its a notice of intended litigation(thats how its worded in the letter). I admit to falling behind with my agreed monthly payments, this being due to me being diagnosed with cancer and everything going to pot! My brother informed them on the telephone of my medical situation and we didn't hear anything until yesterday.

My thoughts are to write to them and explain why the payments have been missed, and to enclose a cheque for my usual amount as a measure of goodwill and informing them that I will re-start the monthly payments.

My operation to remove my tumor is next week and then hopefully life will return to normality!

I would appreciate any advice given, so know I await your input.

 

Namaste,

 

seeker27

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I just received a letter from Moorcroft Debt Recovery Limited...'Notice of Possible Litigation'... naturally, it was a bit scary...but, it mademe angry!! It's as a result of a discrepancy with '3' regarding their (lousy)broadband...anyway, I half expected the bailiffs to come and take my belongings for a lousy 75 quid...arrrrrgh!!!! Gonna head off to the CAB...but, not paying those idiots a penny until it's sorted..

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thread closed

please start your own threads

rather than posting on a 5yrs old one

 

dx

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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