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    Hi everyone,
    I have just received a letter threatening court action from Moriarty law, and have now started to receive texts from them. Several years ago i took out car insurance through iGO4, prior to the end of the term I notified them that I would not be renewing and asked them to cancel the direct debit. I then took out insurance, for the same car, with another firm. 4 months later I checked my DD's and found iGO4 was still taking money from my account. I contacted them and requested that they stop and return the money taken. They agreed to stop but then started chasing me for payment for the rest of the year which I refused to pay having explained that I had notified them, prior to the start of the policy, of my intention to cancel and had insurance through another company. some months later I was contacted by a DCA, I explained the same to them and they agreed to return the issue to iGO4. Now several years later I have received a letter from Moriarty Law starting that they are acting in turn for another company chasing a debt for iGO4. I'm in the middle of buying a house and could really do without this but strongly feel that just capitulating is the wrong approach. Any guidance will be gratefully received.

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    prior to the end of the term I notified them that I would not be renewing and asked them to cancel the direct debit.
    How did you do this? Telephone or in writing. I think you need to send a Subject Access Request Letter to iGo4 to find out what happened and why the insurance renewed automatically despite you having cancelled it.

    What company are Moriarty acting for? You should write to Moriarty and the company that owns the debt explaining the same again, that the debt is in dispute with the original creditor and why and that the account should be placed on hold while you get it sorted out.
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