- Mon May 16, 2011 6:05 pm
Ok let's go!
Firstly if you have not received a letter from the original creditor confirming that the debt has been sold on then how the hell do Link have access to your personal details?
A complaint to the Information Commission is brewing
I'm actually the legal owner of your debt and I'll send you a letter to prove (should be a nice little earner for me that - need some more Grouse!!)
The original creditor has to notify of this
A prove the debt letter? after all its up to them to PROVE this not you to prove you don't
If you want to spend a tenner a SAR request usually give them the squits - their end to end process record keeping will be diabolical - guaranteed
then how about considering harassment - after all they haven't actually proven anything - here's a link to some letter templates - take your pick http://www.nationaldebtline.co.uk/engla ... vice.php#6
then a request for their complaints procedure which you will use prior to launching a complaint to the FSA
Launch with surgical precision and relax whilst you watch them go ballistic!!!
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