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Issuing Defaults

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  • #16
    Re: Issuing Defaults

    In this case you must challenge them as there was no default. Write to demand removal because the default on the account is now time expired and they have no right to register another.


    • #17
      Re: Issuing Defaults

      Is there any legislation to quote when writing?

      Many Thanks



      • #18
        Re: Issuing Defaults

        Perhaps the Consumer Credit Act 1974???

        I will not provide support by Private Message under any circumstances. This is for your protection and mine. Any advice I give is my own opinion and carries no legal weight. Check it before you use it!
        Over 1200 claimed in several actions against several organisations.


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