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    Hello all,
    Received a claim addressed to me but they used my middle name and surname. I hardly use that myself so when I sent my CPR request ( using my first name) I got a reply saying that the name on the claim is not the same.
    Now I want to send them a proof of my full name like id card, passport etc but should I do that or not? and what will be better something with or without photo ? or doesn't matter?

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    Good morning all,
    Received a claim addressed to me but they used my middle name and surname. I hardly use that myself so when I sent my CPR request ( using my first name) I got a reply saying that the name on the claim is not the same.
    Now I want to send them a proof of my full name like id card, passport etc but should I do that or not? and what will be better something with or without photo ? or doesn't matter?

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    Good morning Icrina, Responding to your PM.

    Yes a utility bill should be fine.

    There is a point though that the claimant and their solicitor should not have
    made contact with you in the first place if they are unsure that they have the
    right person.
    It's worth reminding them of that when you send the bill.

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    Default Re: CCA request proof of identity

    Send them a copy of the claim form and tell them that if they want to dick around you'll let the court and solicitors regulation authority that they have sent a claim form to a person at their address without verification that this is where they live.

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    Default Re: CCA request proof of identity

    Saw your other thread - same question, but different answer.

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    Saw your other thread - same question, but different answer.

    http://legalbeagles.info/forums/show...417#post613417
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    Default Re: CCA request proof of identity

    Quote Originally Posted by charitynjw View Post
    Fairly similar to be fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charitynjw View Post
    Saw your other thread - same question, but different answer.

    http://legalbeagles.info/forums/show...417#post613417
    Yes thank you, is all sorted now.
    i'm struggling to tag any of the admins in my post so they can delete it. I got a bit worried that nobody replied and then noticed that I posted in the wrong bit .

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    Quote Originally Posted by icrina53 View Post
    Yes thank you, is all sorted now.
    i'm struggling to tag any of the admins in my post so they can delete it. I got a bit worried that nobody replied and then noticed that I posted in the wrong bit .
    I've merged the two threads for you xx
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    Good morning Icrina,

    Responding to your PM.I have noticed that we don't know which company/solicitors we are
    dealing with here.

    A 45 day time scale for CPR request sounds like Cabot/ N]Mortimer Clark??

    If you can post a copy of the sols letter it would help.

    I'm sure LB team member @Kati will be able to assist you in posting it hear.

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    Of course I can :nod:
    @icrina53 ... if you want to email me any docs you need posting up on the thread (kati@legalbeagles.info) I'll put them up for you xx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    Of course I can :nod:
    @icrina53 ... if you want to email me any docs you need posting up on the thread (kati@legalbeagles.info) I'll put them up for you xx
    I just did Kati , Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    Of course I can :nod:
    @icrina53 ... if you want to email me any docs you need posting up on the thread (kati@legalbeagles.info) I'll put them up for you xx
    Thank you @Kati nemxx
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    Got it xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    Got it xx

    They ask me for a specimen signature that corresponds with the one on the agreement? I signed the CPR request , more of a scribble than a signature but why they need 45 days if they have the agreement . Are they just bluffing ? Should I write them back or just ignore and continue with filling my defense as normal? In this second letter they refer to me only by surname no more middle name and is spelled wrong as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemesis45 View Post
    Good morning Icrina,

    Responding to your PM.I have noticed that we don't know which company/solicitors we are
    dealing with here.

    A 45 day time scale for CPR request sounds like Cabot/ N]Mortimer Clark??

    If you can post a copy of the sols letter it would help.

    I'm sure LB team member @Kati will be able to assist you in posting it hear.

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    Is Cohen Cramer solicitors acting on behalf of Lowell Portofolio .
    Your help is very much appreciated , thank you!

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    I joust found out that the solicitors has done a search on my credit report . Is this allowed? I thought that any company has to have permission to do that . Is that correct or I am in the wrong here?

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    That's a weird request that I haven't heard before, and although usually I'd say just sign the letter, this isn't that, a 'specimen' signature ? They have no entitlement to ask for that at all. They must have some concerns over your ID.

    Roughly.


    Dear Ms Child

    REF: County Court Claim XXXXX

    Thank you for your letter. I am concerned that you are requesting a specimen signature from me. You have brought court proceedings against me for an alleged debt and I am entitled to inspect the documents on which you are relying in that claim.

    I am also concerned that despite requesting a specimen signature to compare against the alleged credit agreement, when you do not appear to have had sight of the credit agreement and do not expect to have it within the next 45 days. I'm quite sure that any checks as to my identity should have been undertaken before court action.

    With respect your clients have chosen to take legal action against me, and by doing so have set the timescales. If you are uncertain that you have brought your claim against the correct person then I would respectfully suggest that your clients consider discontinuing the claim.

    Otherwise I shall be filing and serving my defence according to the civil procedure rules, and will be asking the court that your client provide the documents on which they intend to rely.

    Regards

    same squiggle as before

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    Quote Originally Posted by icrina53 View Post
    I joust found out that the solicitors has done a search on my credit report . Is this allowed? I thought that any company has to have permission to do that . Is that correct or I am in the wrong here?
    They are trying to figure out your identity by the sounds of it. @Nibbler will know better than I, but guessing wise the original agreement gives permission for the creditor to report/search credit file, so that right passes over to assigned owner of debt and solicitors acting on their behalf ...
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    Basically, yes. It's a search that only you can see anyway, so annoying, but not a huge deal.

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    Many thanks for that , I will send it today .

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    reply received:

    Last edited by Kati; 10th February 2016 at 16:43:PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kati View Post
    reply received:

    Is it just me - all I can see attached is a wee green box.

    (Has Kati been on the gin again?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by charitynjw View Post
    Is it just me - all I can see attached is a wee green box.

    (Has Kati been on the gin again?)

    :tinysmile_hmm_t2:
    must be just you :lol:

    (have YOU been on the Gin??)

    Try this instead xx

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    Thank you Kati for uploading the pic .
    Now I am going to phone the Court to double check if they've been notified about the 45 days extension . If they didn't what do I do? i send them a copy of the letter?
    If they did I suppose I need to wait for the documents ?

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    You should notify the court, along with a copy of the letter.

    Afaik, the 'normal' extension time is 28 days.

    They might be trying to trick you - go by the court's timetable, not theirs.
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