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Post by annap on Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:51 am

Hi everyone,
I am just dealing with Cabot at present. Unpaid CC amount of £1000. I have been ignoring them for past few months now they claim that they are ready to take next step (solicitor and court). I know that hiding will not help much and want to start 3 letters but here is my question- from your guys experience how big is a chance I can fight them? and how big is a chance they actualy will take a further action? I understand that every case is different and is hard to predict what will happen, but just from your experience.. How the final pre court legal action notice should look like? I am hesitating between starting this letters and just waiting for their next move. But in the same time I don't want to mess up by waiting too long. What is waiser in your opinion? I would appreciate any comment. thanks

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Post by daveiron on Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:19 pm

Hi annap,

The choice of course is yours.

1. Do nothing and get a CCJ and possibly enforcement ( attachment of earnings etc)
2. Pay the parasites
3. Start & see through the 3 letter process & have a very good chance beating them.
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Post by annap on Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:28 pm

Hi daveiron,

its scary but will start with letters today. I wanted to hear there is a chance. thank you

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Post by daveiron on Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:40 pm

OK ,
If you are going to start may I suggest you watch this video .Watch it as many times as you need to understand
what is really going on,it may be a few years old now but it explains it very well.
If Cabot have bought the debt ,start with these,


http://goodf.forumotion.com/f37-new-letters-process.

Remember we are here to help.



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Post by annap on Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:48 pm

Oh, thanks so much!

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Post by waylander62 on Mon Aug 13, 2018 9:11 pm

watch out for the next letter being a letter before action, if this is what they next send out to you then they will be looking to take this to court.

keep your whits about you and shout if you receive a letter before action.

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Post by annap on Mon Aug 13, 2018 10:15 pm

I have just sent a first letter to them today...
I will watch out for it and definitely keep posting. Thanks a lot for your help.

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Post by annap on Tue Aug 21, 2018 11:56 am

Hi guys. An update. So far no response for letter 1 therefore I'm sending letter 2 today.
Thanks for all help so far.

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Post by iwanttobefree on Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:27 pm

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Re: Cabot- is there a realistic chance to fight them?

Post by annap on Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:33 pm

Same here. Third letter sent a few days ago.

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Post by annap on Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:15 am

Hi. After sending get a third letter to Cabot on 31 August I have received a letter yesterday. This letter is in a general mood that they do not have to be providing me in any documents, that they receive many letters like mine and my claims doesn't apply to English law but to American one, and if I keep sending further letters with inaccurate or irrelevant claims they will not longer respond to it but will keep contacting me to reach solution for repayment. Also they said that if I have a valid dispute reguarding them they can help to investigate my concerns. And they do not see a reasons behind my claims for documents.
Along with a letter they have sent a 3 page sheet where are giving explanation why my claims are not valid. I would love to attach it for your review but I can't see how to do it in this forum. Can someone let me know howhat to attach a file here?
So, what do I do now please? Letter has no signature and no name. It is just send us Cabot Financial. It was not sent as recorded delivery. Do I just ignore this one and continue with estoppel when time comes ( after 30 days from the last letter)? Or should I refer to this letter somehow? Also they claim that estoppel by acquiescence have no basis in England.
Please let me know what shall I be doing next?

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Post by annap on Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:31 am

Further to my previous post I am sending you the sheets that I have received from Cabot in response to my third letter

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Post by annap on Wed Sep 12, 2018 11:35 am




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Post by daveiron on Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:35 pm

Hi,
Is that all they have sent you ? Its clearly a template letter which they believe covers all arguments they have heard.

I would respond along the lines of: I am in receipt of your template letter dated xxxxx and received xxxxx.
Firstly it is now recorded in my records that I have requested on three (3) occasions documentation relating to this alleged debt ,and as to date you have failed to supply these or give an explanation for your failure.

As regards your response ,you appear to have made a legal determination regarding the Lord Denning judgement .
Therefor I now require the name and legal qualifications of the individual who has made that determination .
Furthermore you make reference to the Bills of Exchange Act. Standard banking practice is that these agreements
are sold / traded by the original creditor ,therefore they are a negotiable instrument and as such covered under the
Act.
I also note that you are threatening to send 'doorstep agents' . Take Notice I am now giving Notice that your implied rights access are hereby removed.

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Post by annap on Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:40 pm

Hi yes that's all. Along with a letter in which they claim that my requests has no base in UK law and are irrelevant and they do not need to be sending me any documents.
Ok thank I will do that.. so should I still send estoppel after 30 days correct to close the 3 letter process properly? Thanks a lot for your help

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Post by daveiron on Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:53 pm

Hi,
re the estoppel it won't hurt to send one ,although they tend to ignore them.

Do they really expect people to pay them just because they say they now own your alleged debt without
providing any docs.
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Post by annap on Wed Sep 12, 2018 12:58 pm

Ok so I will send them a letter as you suggested and if they won't respond I will follow with estoppel when time comes.
Thank you again for your quick response. Much appreciated, really.

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Post by annap on Fri Oct 05, 2018 6:55 pm

Hi guys, Today I have received exactly the same letter as on June in which they telling me that they didn't hear from me therefore they usual approach would be to instruct a solicitor firm..., so basically like all 3 letters plus the one I have sent them last time as a response to their information sheets (attached in my previous posts), has never happened. Now I am really getting worried. What should I do next? Should I just stick to my guns and reply again that as was mentioned previously I am still awaiting for requested documents? What do you think please?

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Post by daveiron on Fri Oct 05, 2018 7:16 pm

Hi,

I hope you sent all your letters by recorded mail.

If you did ,just send a very short letter stating. I am in receipt of your letter dated, Be aware all correspondence
sent by myself to you was sent 'signed for' and I have evidence to show all were delivered to you and signed for.
In which case are you suggesting that Royal Mail has committed fraud ? if so, it will be my duty to inform them immediately.
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Post by annap on Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:26 pm

:-)))))) yes it was all sent 'signed for' and i have printed all delivery evidence.
Thanks. I will do that. Thanks for helping. I will also add that in their last letter they have asked me to 'stop sending them this kind of letters' ( 3 letters they meant).
Thanks.

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Post by waylander62 on Fri Oct 05, 2018 9:59 pm

ask them to stop sending ' this type of letter' as they know full well you have written to them recently.

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Post by annap on Fri Oct 05, 2018 10:06 pm

That's a good one too:))) Thanks for your support guys

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Post by handle on Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:48 pm

A lot of claims are bluff. Many ring up to make arrangements to make small payments, not realising they are acknowledging the debt and ruining their statute of limitations chances.

The new Getoutofdebtfree website is trapping people into making arrangements, and many will not realise this could be damaging to them. Debt chasere trick you into arranging to pay over time, then they turn on you after you have reset the 6 year statute of limitations.

This website and the original are a community of people who fight injustice and use every legal means to do so.

In addition to the advice here, make sure you dont have much money in your bank acc, dont show your assets. People will not claim if there is nothing to acquire. Believe me they have access to all your records.

I am not a rebel, but the banks have behaved criminally...see Nigel Lawsons book.....in 2008 bankers should have been jailed. Your debt is not caused by you. Devaluation of the pound makes you spend more to live the same lifestyle. Remember LIBOR fraud?



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Post by waylander62 on Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:15 pm

@handle wrote:waylander did you get the pm

yep

sent you an e mail last night ?

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Post by Stevro on Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:46 am

@handle wrote:
In addition to the advice here, make sure you dont have much money in your bank acc, dont show your assets. People will not claim if there is nothing to acquire. Believe me they have access to all your records.

Do you know for a fact that OCs and DCAs can access your bank account, if it's not part of the original OCs banking group?


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