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By wazzza
#224497 Hi there, i think it would be a good idea to have a DCA dictionary so we all know when we recieve a threatening letter we actually know what it is saying :lol:


Letter Meaning
i.e we MAY take you to court : there is a slim chance we will
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By Gazza1912
#224503 'We MAY contact you at your home address on Wednesday'

Implying they are going to send a Doorstep Collector to your home

Meaning :arrow:

'If we are not too busy someone may telephone you at home, but we don't want you to think that, we want you to think we are sending our heavies around'
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By Gazza1912
#230105 "We may instruct our Client to ask Solicitors to intervene"

Meaning :arrow:

"I can't be bothered with this anymore, I'll pass it over to somewhere else sat opposite me"