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Barclays partnership finance PCP dispute

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  • #46
    Thanks Rob, I will put something together in the morning and post my response.

    The only way to settle that now is through a third party as I’ve filed for a non molestation order which will be heard next week. We’re shifting over to different law now however it’s not even deemed safe for me to contact them anymore.

    You can probably imagine the state of the situation I’m in and what it’s costing, the very last thing I want to be doing is settling this as well so I will literally let it go down to the wire if. There’s nothing stopping them collecting the car still, the person who has it has also said ‘the only people collecting it are Barclays’ to them and myself.

    We seem to be out the 14 day time scale for the second time now!


    • #47
      Dear Miss Boot

      I refer to my email below.

      Could you please let me have your response.


      I havent responded to them, shall I just wait until they’ve sent something a little more substantial or does it make me look bad ignoring them?


      • #48
        So did you respond to the initial request for confirmation or have you ignored them?
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        • #49
          Hi Rob,
          i have just ignored it ‘calling their bluff’.


          • #50
            Good Morning, Jonathon.

            I have made quite clear on numerous occasions to yourselves that the vehicle is available for collection. I have provided you with all the details you need to be able to do this.

            I am finding it difficult to understand the relevance of your question. I have given you an opportunity to offer a settlement in my previous correspondence, due to the evidenced concern that your client has committed a repudiatory breach and again you appear to have disregarded the situation and the seriousness of this has been seemingly been ignored. There are also two separate breaches of GDPR which I have raised with yourselves, however I fail to remember a satisfactory response.

            I am unable to emotionally continue in this dispute with yourselves and my next step will be to issue legal proceedings without any further formal warning, I feel there has been enough opportunity to settle this outside the legal arena, however for reasons unknown to me, your client has failed to act on these opportunities.

            Kind regards,


            i sent end this email 26/03 and I’ve still not have any response yet, Rob!


            • #51
              Hi Rob,

              i still havent had a response from DWF. Not in letter form or via email.

              Many ideas what I should do?



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