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  • #91
    Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

    sit tight now , their move if they continue they have to pay a court fee

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    • #92
      Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

      Update!!

      over the weekend I received a notice of sums in arrears from DLC which included court costs etc. I don't know why when it is stayed - any ideas?
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      • #93
        Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

        Originally posted by helpmeplease123 View Post
        Update!!

        over the weekend I received a notice of sums in arrears from DLC which included court costs etc. I don't know why when it is stayed - any ideas?

        " External " Solicitors Fees when MC is own by Carboot a another scam,

        nem
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        • #94
          Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

          Originally posted by nemesis45 View Post
          " External " Solicitors Fees when MC is own by Carboot a another scam,

          nem
          Thanks for the reply - it has the creditor as MEIII

          Do I write back and tell them it is being dear with or ignore?

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          • #95
            Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

            Originally posted by helpmeplease123 View Post
            Thanks for the reply - it has the creditor as MEIII

            Do I write back and tell them it is being dear with or ignore?
            MEIII Is also part of Cabot which is stated on the bottom of the statement just one big miserable bunch of.........................

            nem
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            • #96
              Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

              Originally posted by nemesis45 View Post
              MEIII Is also part of Cabot which is stated on the bottom of the statement just one big miserable bunch of.........................

              nem
              So I ignore? They're trying to get me to acknowledge it I guess to take it the courts?

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              • #97
                Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                Originally posted by helpmeplease123 View Post
                So I ignore? They're trying to get me to acknowledge it I guess to take it the courts?
                You've already acknowledged the debt, but you have the upper hand by offering to pay according to the original judgment and I assume the judgment was in favour of the original creditor or was in the hands of another debt purchase company?

                nem
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                • #98
                  Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                  Originally posted by nemesis45 View Post
                  You've already acknowledged the debt, but you have the upper hand by offering to pay according to the original judgment and I assume the judgment was in favour of the original creditor or was in the hands of another debt purchase company?

                  nem
                  No I haven't acknowledged it and I have asked for original credit agreement etc which they haven't sent so it got stayed

                  - - - Updated - - -

                  If that makes sense. I haven't said the debt is mine as I can't remember anything about it - asked them for proof it was mine.

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                  • #99
                    Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                    OK,
                    Is the claim still stayed? It would be worth a check if you haven't made one recently.
                    Cabot/MEIII are able to press for payment even if they cannot enforce the debt in court because they can't get a copy of the agreement, the debt still exists.

                    nem
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                    • Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                      Originally posted by nemesis45 View Post
                      OK,
                      Is the claim still stayed? It would be worth a check if you haven't made one recently.
                      Cabot/MEIII are able to press for payment even if they cannot enforce the debt in court because they can't get a copy of the agreement, the debt still exists.

                      nem
                      I'll check again, it's been a few weeks since I last checked.

                      What am I best doing? The whole thing is like a big horrible cloud.

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                      • Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                        Originally posted by helpmeplease123 View Post
                        I'll check again, it's been a few weeks since I last checked.

                        What am I best doing? The whole thing is like a big horrible cloud.
                        Good make that check!
                        How long has this been stayed?

                        I would be send a Subject Access Request the Original Creditor ( template in the green box above) this requires the recipient to provide all the personal data it holds on you and this will put you at an advantage by knowing what MEIII can or cannot get their hands on.

                        There's a 10 fee for the request but it's usually well worth it.

                        nem
                        The advice I give and draft letters provided are drawn from personal experience and career training and are given freely and without liability.

                        Please make your own decisions with care and if necessary seek qualified legal advice. I will not advise by private message. If you'd like me to look at your post please tag me in your post by typing @nemesis45;.

                        If you receive messages from anyone offering advice for a fee please report it to the site team.


                        Animo et fide.

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                        • Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                          Originally posted by nemesis45 View Post
                          Good make that check!
                          How long has this been stayed?

                          I would be send a Subject Access Request the Original Creditor ( template in the green box above) this requires the recipient to provide all the personal data it holds on you and this will put you at an advantage by knowing what MEIII can or cannot get their hands on.

                          There's a 10 fee for the request but it's usually well worth it.

                          nem
                          stayed since January!

                          Ive done this but not heard back yet - original creditor was welcome finance

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                          • Re: Mortimer Clarke - letter before court claim

                            Originally posted by helpmeplease123 View Post
                            stayed since January!

                            Ive done this but not heard back yet - original creditor was welcome finance
                            Ok as you know Welcome is defunct and when it closed down contracts/agreements were "lost" or destroyed so it's possible that no data now exits.

                            Have you chased up the SAR ? The timescale for compliance is 40 working days.

                            nem
                            The advice I give and draft letters provided are drawn from personal experience and career training and are given freely and without liability.

                            Please make your own decisions with care and if necessary seek qualified legal advice. I will not advise by private message. If you'd like me to look at your post please tag me in your post by typing @nemesis45;.

                            If you receive messages from anyone offering advice for a fee please report it to the site team.


                            Animo et fide.

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                            • Hi all - bit of a while since this all started but just got a letter today from Mortimer and Clarke saying they had been instructed to discontinue proceedings.

                              Thank you for all the advice!

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                              • well done

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