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since i moved into my propert i have been getting letters from wescot for the previous occupier, i rang them up and explained and they were very rude to me on the telephone practically called me a liar.

anyway last week another letter came so i sent it back and and wrote a letter again saying stop sending the letters.

today another letter

threatening all sorts


what can i do to stop this?

is there a good letter i could use as they have totally ignored the first?

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Just put them back in a letter box with not known at this address and leave it be.



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The same is happening to me too,i have had several letters for a different person, at first i returned the post but recently have recieved more and a post card saying they will be paying a visit, i have these ready to hand to them and a few choice words.

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We're not paid to do the work of DCAs...


Just put them back in the post box marked not known at this address.


If they continue to harass you, write sternly saying you'll sue them :D

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