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    Good afternoon,

    I was checking my emails this morning and saw if received an email from AJJB law regarding a loan that Iíd taken out with Quidie. This email states that if I do not contact them immediately and pay 337.35 or come to some payment arrangement then they are taking me to the sheriff court. I live in Scotland so they have said that they have solicitors already lined up. For the past couple of months I had been getting emails in relation to this from a company I think called ACI, not a hundred per cent positive, but anyway I spoke to someone from that company last week and said I donít know what this is in relation to and they said I needed to contact the police. They sounded less than bothered abc didnít give me a timescale, didnít offer any more information, nothing, and now this. It appears that this is from 2017, so Iím thinking they are trying to get me before it becomes statute barred and even though I really donít remember having dealings with this company it may well have been me because I did take out payday loans that I wasnít able to pay back. Iím now doing well and paying everything on time and I donít want this to damage my good work, so my question is, can they take me to the sheriff court?
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