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Received a Claim Form from Lowell - Really Worried

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  • #31
    Your defence looks fine and don't worry about the typo xx. Did Lowell send any directions questionnaire with their letter or simply offer settlement?
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    • #32
      Hi AMETHYST

      Lowell sent attached letter and direct questionnaire with it. I have also attached their response on CPR request. second paragraph in that CPR request letter mentions that "We confirm that our client has not claimed to have entered into any contract directly with you, nor to have been a party to your contract with the original creditor..." what does that suppose to mean?
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      • #33
        hi AMETHYST any suggestions on above? should I wait for court to send me questionnaire ?

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