- Wed Aug 16, 2006 7:10 am
I sent them this:
You contacted me by letter dated 11th August 2006 informing me that HSBC had sold the above numbered account to you.
This account was included in my Statement of Affairs in my bankruptcy petition dated June 6th 2002 in the High Court, London. I was automatically discharged from bankruptcy under EA2002 on the 1st April 2005.
I don’t know what you, or Max Ltd hope to gain by buying up bankrupt debts. You are not solicitors as you profess to be, you are nothing but petty Debt Collectors hoping to make a profit from the unfortunates who find themselves in debt from no fault of their own. It was the Child Support Agency who forced me into bankruptcy and it is lowlifes like you who hope to make me suffer for the rest of my life for falling victim to the vindictiveness of an ex wife.
The above account is no longer active. It was included in my bankruptcy and now you think you will be able to re-enter it as a debt on Credit Reference Files as you have done to many others. Why do I say this? Because your name crops up time and time again on a Debt Help Forum I moderate. You buy up debt for pennies in the hope of gaining from the unwary and unfortunate. Your name stinks and people are not fooled by you professing to be solicitors. You besmirch the good name of the profession.
I am reporting HSBC to the Information Commissioner for selling on a former debt in bankruptcy and if you dare submit details of this former debt to any Credit Reference Company, you too will be reported. to the IC.
I expect to hear by return that you no longer have any interest in this former debt.