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Birdie v Marbles

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  • Birdie v Marbles

    Hi please could someone give me their thoughts on the attached - received today 9th September by Special Delivery. I sent the CCA letter to them on 15th August and they received it on 18th August.

    Many thanks.

    Birdie

    Birdie

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    Re: Birdie v Marbles

    Let Curly take a look bit I can't see an APR or details of repayment distributions etc which should be as required by the CCA for running credit agreements on there.

    What do you want to do with this card? do you have a repayment arrangement to take the arrears up to date, and have you been defaulted on it as yet ?
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    • #3
      Re: Birdie v Marbles

      As far as I can remember - (have been really unwell to date, so have ignored alot), it has defaulted.

      They kept lying and told me that I could pay a certain amount, then I would answer the phone again and they would say, oh you paid that a week ago, but if you do not pay such and such now, you will be taken to court, would you like to take out a loan with us? Or sell your house, or ask family for a loan.

      The card needs to go into the rest of the melting pot of mine, accrued whilst I was very ill.

      Basically, they were using bullying tactics.
      Last edited by Birdie; 4th October 2008, 17:04:PM.

      Birdie

      Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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      • #4
        Re: Birdie v Marbles

        Updating this thread:

        Received the following attachments in September.

        Birdie

        Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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        • #5
          Re: Birdie v Marbles

          Then these attachments

          Pratts.........

          Birdie

          Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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          • #6
            Re: Birdie v Marbles

            Then, they defaulted me and sent out some sort of reply to my SAR on 23rd September.

            SAR was not complete whatsoever, and had the statements showing much of the dosh in dollars, not pound sterling.

            I then received the third attachment in October, but have been unwell so not bothered to look at anything. To date, the "investigator" has not replied with their findings - no surprise there then.

            Birdie

            Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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            • #7
              Re: Birdie v Marbles

              Then received this attachment today dated 11th November 2008.

              Had enough of this old tosh. Hmm time for one of CB's specials!

              Birdie

              Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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              • #8
                Re: Birdie v Marbles

                Need to have a bit of a think on this one. Hmm.

                Last edited by Birdie; 19th November 2008, 19:30:PM.

                Birdie

                Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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                • #9
                  Re: Birdie v Marbles

                  Attached are the charges taken from the statements (even though they were in dollars )

                  Birdie

                  Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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                  • #10
                    Re: Birdie v Marbles

                    Originally posted by Birdie View Post
                    Hi please could someone give me their thoughts on the attached - received today 9th September by Special Delivery. I sent the CCA letter to them on 15th August and they received it on 18th August.

                    Many thanks.

                    Birdie
                    Hi,

                    Please could someone (eg CB) please take a look at the attachments in Post 1 and let me have their thoughts?

                    Is this another s 127?

                    Many thanks.

                    Birdie

                    Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
                    http://www.legalbeagles.info/forums/...ad.php?t=13338



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                    • #11
                      Re: Birdie v Marbles

                      OK so which one do you want me to read
                      Have fun, I'm done..

                      Laterz

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                      • #12
                        Re: Birdie v Marbles

                        Scan 1 090908 on Post 1 on this thread please.

                        It was their response to my CCA request.


                        xxxxx

                        Birdie

                        Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
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                        • #13
                          Re: Birdie v Marbles

                          Hmmm now what does your tattoo say

                          Oh yeah say Hi to my DLRS "friends" as I scared the carp out of them when I last called them

                          Oh yeah and it's unlawful to make a charge for issuing a default notice, shame on HFC.
                          Have fun, I'm done..

                          Laterz

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                          • #14
                            Re: Birdie v Marbles

                            s 127 (3) - I've written it on the old man's forehead now too!

                            He's scared because I'm smiling!




                            Thank you so much.


                            xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

                            Birdie

                            Beat the bullies - check out my successful fight against a Statutory Demand
                            http://www.legalbeagles.info/forums/...ad.php?t=13338



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                            • #15
                              Re: Birdie v Marbles

                              My invoice is in the post.

                              Now I think the going rate for Ambulance Chasers is 15% + VAT, so I'll go for 5% for all of them
                              Have fun, I'm done..

                              Laterz

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