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    lol, good luck to them with that..

    ''Thanks, I will consider your kind offer once you have provided me with the relevant documents as previously requested on x, x and x, and you have answered fully my questions in my letter dated x.''


    Did you send a SAR off ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethyst View Post
    lol, good luck to them with that..

    ''Thanks, I will consider your kind offer once you have provided me with the relevant documents as previously requested on x, x and x, and you have answered fully my questions in my letter dated x.''


    Did you send a SAR off ?
    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethyst View Post
    lol, good luck to them with that..

    ''Thanks, I will consider your kind offer once you have provided me with the relevant documents as previously requested on x, x and x, and you have answered fully my questions in my letter dated x.''


    Did you send a SAR off ?
    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethyst View Post
    lol, good luck to them with that..

    ''Thanks, I will consider your kind offer once you have provided me with the relevant documents as previously requested on x, x and x, and you have answered fully my questions in my letter dated x.''


    Did you send a SAR off ?
    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amethyst View Post
    lol, good luck to them with that..

    ''Thanks, I will consider your kind offer once you have provided me with the relevant documents as previously requested on x, x and x, and you have answered fully my questions in my letter dated x.''


    Did you send a SAR off ?
    yes we did but got a letter back asking for a certified signed copy of passport or driving licence signed by... judge postmaster school teacher..etc
    and they returned the £10. not good

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    Quote Originally Posted by joedempsey View Post
    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    yes got a letter back from HFC with the cheque returned saying we have to send a certified copy passport/licence from A judge postmaster school teacher etc
    and they must include their contact details for verification.

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    yes we did but got a letter back asking for a certified signed copy of passport or driving licence signed by... judge postmaster school teacher..etc
    and they returned the £10. not good
    dont know what happened there pc had a mad one lol

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    Hi all just an update on this one finally received more pages from a SAR request a few weeks ago second lot in the last 12 months ...very interested reading it says on one page account number xxxxxxxxxx which is the one in question it says ...account identified as a renewal double default account previous account no xxxxxxxxxxxx was defaulted on xxxxx2005 subsequent default of this account will be removed at the end of the month.(default flag must remain- do not default?...like she as always stated HFC never gave her a% interest free loan for 10 years....every strange anyone any ideas?
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    Agreement sent by 1st credit is on page #31

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    Anyone who could help,with this one...we now think she defaulted on a loan she was only 18 -19 at the time she couldn't afford it they told her to take another loan out to pay the other loan off that's why we think it's 0% for 10 years. @Dianem

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    Quote Originally Posted by joedempsey View Post
    we now think she defaulted on a loan she was only 18 -19 at the time she couldn't afford it they told her to take another loan out to pay the other loan off that's why we think it's 0% for 10 years. @Dianem
    This thread began two years ago and until this last month there had been no updates.

    I've taken a look back and see all sorts of allegations of fraud, fake documents, copied signature, and denial of ever opening the account in the first place (2005?) which was supposed to have been a replacement for a loan (possibly) opened by your wife over 20 years ago which you say didn't happen.

    From what I understand (and it's not been easy ) you sent a SAR to HFC two years ago but didn't get a response until a year ago and then got the rest of the paperwork a few weeks ago.

    In post # 53 on 18th April 2017 you say "HFC never gave her a % free loan for 10 years".

    In the next post today you say "we now think she defaulted on a loan . . . . they told her to take out another loan to pay the other loan off that's why we think it's 0% for 10 years".

    So the question which remains is: has the current owner of the debt (1st Credit) complied with your s77-79 CCA Request sent in 2015 (assuming that your wife accepts that this was her loan and I haven't misunderstood your thread posts)? I can see a one page document uploaded around post # 30 but is that all you received?

    There's also been talk of the potential for the debt to be SB although that may have referred to the original loan. When did your wife last pay 1st Credit or any DCA acting as their agent (such as Connaught) anything towards this debt?

    And what has been the latest action or non action from 1st Credit especially any threat of legal proceedings?

    Please feel free to correct anything I may have misunderstood. In my defence the conspiracy theory of fraud may have caused my confusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana M View Post
    This thread began two years ago and until this last month there had been no updates.

    I've taken a look back and see all sorts of allegations of fraud, fake documents, copied signature, and denial of ever opening the account in the first place (2005?) which was supposed to have been a replacement for a loan (possibly) opened by your wife over 20 years ago which you say didn't happen.

    From what I understand (and it's not been easy ) you sent a SAR to HFC two years ago but didn't get a response until a year ago and then got the rest of the paperwork a few weeks ago.

    In post # 53 on 18th April 2017 you say "HFC never gave her a % free loan for 10 years".

    In the next post today you say "we now think she defaulted on a loan . . . . they told her to take out another loan to pay the other loan off that's why we think it's 0% for 10 years".

    So the question which remains is: has the current owner of the debt (1st Credit) complied with your s77-79 CCA Request sent in 2015 (assuming that your wife accepts that this was her loan and I haven't misunderstood your thread posts)? I can see a one page document uploaded around post # 30 but is that all you received?

    There's also been talk of the potential for the debt to be SB although that may have referred to the original loan. When did your wife last pay 1st Credit or any DCA acting as their agent (such as Connaught) anything towards this debt?

    And what has been the latest action or non action from 1st Credit especially any threat of legal proceedings?

    Please feel free to correct anything I may have misunderstood. In my defence the conspiracy theory of fraud may have caused my confusion

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    Hi Diane thank you for the reply.
    yes I know it's very confusing to say the least let me answer some of your questions.
    yes we did send a CCA request around 2015 and yes the one page is all we received and a 1 page statement which didn't make any sense.
    no prescribed terms and conditions.
    we originally thought it was over 20 years ago she can't remember
    but as stated in the SARS request it was another loan they had given her to pay a another defaulted loan back that's why it says on agreement payment of other accounts.
    she has been paying 1st credit since 2005 £5 a month but every now and then they get a little agitated and ask for more.
    we don't know when the original defaulted loan was.
    in our SARS we got 2 agreements back but this one supplied by 1st CRedit we didn't get anything back from HFC On this particular loan.

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    Now I'm even more confused

    Do you mean you had a SAR response from HFC which didn't include the credit agreement document which was uploaded in post # 30? Although you say you got two credit agreements included in your HFC SAR?

    Are you also saying that the credit agreement uploaded in post # 30 was in response to your. CCA Request to 1st Credit and included in your SAR response from 1st Credit?

    You need to spell it out a bit more clearly. How about you do a post which lists the facts in chronological order stating who said and sent what to whom and when.

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    Thanks again Diane your quite correct it is a little muddled.

    she was paying first credit for years before I met her.
    i Sent a CCA request to 1 st credit the reply back was the statement on #29
    and the agreement on #30
    Nothing else from 1st Credit.
    please note the statement says from 2005-2010 but 1st credit say they purchased in 2005.
    I sent SAR to HFC which was the hardest thing I have ever done it took nearly 12 months around 7 knock backS and intervention from FOS.

    Finally after several attempts we received the SARS...in the past she had several loans with HFC which she received in the SAR pack the agreements.which relateted to those accounts.

    The agreement received from 1st credit which had the agreement account number written in pen was not included in th SARS from HFC.

    only mention of the loan chased by 1 st credit in the SAR s pack is the mention #53
    what say this was a loan to pay a defaulted loan back word for word from the SAR is on #53.
    sorry hope this makes more sense but it's quite hard when your only using a mobile.
    so I am quessing this was a loan given to her to pay back one which had defaulted which at the time being young she could not afford it.
    i was wondering if anyone could translate what the SAR meant on #53 about this loan why it was apparently interest free for 10 years...this is the part which doesn't sound right.
    is it Illegal to tell her to take a loan to pay back the defaulted loan I don't know ?
    why did HFC not send an agreement for this account but 1st Credit could?

    hope this makes more sense thanks again for your great support on this site

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    And sorry to miss it out she is still paying 1st credit £5 a month it was Connaught...years ago no woman its 1sr credit but same company really.
    so it s definitely not statue barred

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    Bloody auto correct on phone...meant to say 1st credit

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