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21st April 2017, 13:32:PM #1
Another HP Voluntary Termination Problem
I have been in contact with Mercedes to voluntarily terminate my HP on a car.
They have been fine and have sent me through a confirmation that I need to sign along with the details of any shortfall I have to pay under the Act (s.99 (1) of the Consumer Credit Act). So far so good.
This seemed fine until I read the confirmation statement they want me to sign...
which ends "I also understand that I will be liable for any damages or excess mileage charges after inspection of the vehicle"
The s100 of the Act defines the only liabilities for 50% of total value and any damages arising for not taking "reasonable care".
As such the confirmation statement they want me to sign would seem to create a new liability above and beyond that within the Act - a liability for excess mileage charges.
What do people think?
21st April 2017, 18:23:PM #2
Re: Another HP Voluntary Termination Problem
have you exceeded the mileage allowance? by much? It's always good to get an idea of the scale of the problem.
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