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Woolfie v Bt Court Claim

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  • #46
    I can see it being 29/08/2014
    on court paper sure it says se 17 it was passed to them
    waiting on bt now

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    • #47
      Okay, as it's a Broadband account it's unlikely that the CCA request will be valid under Part V ( it's a service agreement rather than consumer credit )

      But they will have to show what the account was, that is wasn't paid, and if the amount outstanding is for a remaining contract term ( say the contract was for 24 months and you cancelled after 6 months ) they'll have to show the agreement terms allowed them to do that etc... and show how the amount being claimed has been calculated. It should show in your SAR response from BT in any case.
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      • #48
        Originally posted by Woolfie842 View Post
        I can see it being 29/08/2014
        on court paper sure it says se 17 it was passed to them
        waiting on bt now
        Okay thats probably right then. There is often a big gap between default and when they sell it on to a debt purchaser like Lowell.
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        • #49
          Information that the can’t show really don’t you think

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          • #50
            That's the hope
            “We may not win by protesting, but if we don’t protest we will lose. If we stand up to them, there is always a chance we will win.” Hetty Bower

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            • #51
              Thanks again and I will let you know when my copy from the court arrives

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              • #52
                Hi
                i filled in the N180 and returned to the court
                ill now send to Lowell solicitor
                could I send by email to Lowell or must it be a letter form

                also I’m not sure how to do the mediation as I’m not used to all this
                what should I say to them

                thanks

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                • #53
                  letter Recorded delivery for records of receipt


                  once mediation contact they will ask have you everything you need for mediation (i.e. default info any CCA requested if not you state No and thy will say not able to mediate in that case and the court system goes on end of mediation

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                  • #54
                    Ok thanks
                    Still not received CCA tho

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                    • #55
                      I have received this I n the post as have not heard anything about mediation
                      I have had no appointment
                      They are transferred back to court I think for some reason
                      Attached Files

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                      • #56
                        Ok just a wait and see job then ... still no documents from the claimants ?
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                        • #57
                          I've had nothing nor heard anything from anyone except that I just posted
                          does it mean they won't mediate
                          I thought that was bad news when I read it being transferred back to court

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