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  • Ineedaname
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:07 PM
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:07 PM
    This thread is quite interesting from a couple of years ago. Might be worth contacting Barclaycard to advise you are BR and the debt should never have been sold on. They should take it back and then you can finish the clean up.
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    • WLITC
    • By WLITC 1st Jul 11, 8:12 PM
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    WLITC
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:12 PM
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:12 PM
    Bella, Barclaycard did the same with mine (even tho I was BR), however I will say that TTI SPC were no issue. As I'd paid for Credit Expert (Experian), I asked them to contact my creditors. The first one that they got updated for me was TTI SPC which surprised me as I figured these would be the ones to be difficult. Anyway, the address that they had for them on my credit file at the time was :-

    TTI SPC TDX GROUP, PO BOX 9783, NOTTINGHAM, NG1 9FT

    Send them the template letter (see clean up thread) and they should clean it up no issues, they certainly weren't an issue for me.
  • ~Bella~
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:51 PM
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    • 1st Jul 11, 8:51 PM
    Thanks for the quick responses!

    Will try writing to them directly at the address provided and try disputing through Callcredit as well.

    From my experience, Callcredit tend to be very unhelpful though. Their response is likely to take 4 weeks - and will no doubt state I must contact them myself directly.

    It doesn't appear on my Experian or Equifax files - otherwise I would have disputed it through them as suggested.

    Hopefully it will not be too difficult
    • WLITC
    • By WLITC 1st Jul 11, 10:13 PM
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    WLITC
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    • 1st Jul 11, 10:13 PM
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    • 1st Jul 11, 10:13 PM
    Thanks for the quick responses!

    Will try writing to them directly at the address provided and try disputing through Callcredit as well.

    From my experience, Callcredit tend to be very unhelpful though. Their response is likely to take 4 weeks - and will no doubt state I must contact them myself directly.

    It doesn't appear on my Experian or Equifax files - otherwise I would have disputed it through them as suggested.

    Hopefully it will not be too difficult
    Originally posted by ~Bella~
    Although I did my through Experian, I would definately say that writing yourself will be way quicker. I had to write to two myself for various reasons and one updated my file exactly one week to the day of me posting the letter and the other within a week and 2 days of me posting it. I have to say i'm rather impressed they were all so quick to act.

    BTW, if CallCredit are saying about a month, then trust me, Experian isn't much better. It took over three weeks to respond to me... hence why I would now totally recommened everyone just does it themselves.
  • Doucam
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    • 2nd Jul 11, 5:53 PM
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    • 2nd Jul 11, 5:53 PM
    DH had them on one of his debts, his barclaycard! but amazingly they have updated his account correctly, naughty barclaycard though for selling it on in the first place.
  • ~Bella~
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    • 3rd Jul 11, 11:20 AM
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    • 3rd Jul 11, 11:20 AM
    DH had them on one of his debts, his barclaycard! but amazingly they have updated his account correctly, naughty barclaycard though for selling it on in the first place.
    Originally posted by Doucam
    Hi... To get it corrected, did he contact Barclaycard or TTI SPC?
  • a5tra
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    • 24th Aug 11, 11:24 PM
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    • 24th Aug 11, 11:24 PM
    I managed to find an email for them, ttispc.com@directnicprivacy.com
    • dojoman
    • By dojoman 25th Aug 11, 11:23 AM
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    dojoman
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    • 25th Aug 11, 11:23 AM
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    • 25th Aug 11, 11:23 AM
    Contact them directly, I found them really helpful, this is the address I used If you have no joy ask CallCredit to contact them for you


    TTISPC
    PO Box 9674
    Nottingham
    NG1 9FJ
    B&SC No. 298
    Life`s Tragedy is that we get OLD too soon
    and WISE too late!
  • Dannydigger
    Contact Number & Email For TTI SPC
    After seeing information wrong on my credit file I have decided to contact the suppliers who have the wrong info.

    One of the Suppliers/creditors were TTI SPC

    I have managed to contact TTI SPC today via phone & email & I must say they are very helpful. Their contact details are

    Bankruptcy Dept 0843 170 3171
    email bankruptcy@tdx.com

    I hope this helps people out
  • xenetia
    I have received a letter from TTI SPC saying they have purchased my account from NEXT and that they will deal with my Nominee or Supervisor as required by law and that it will be dealt with by the Insolvency Exchange. This account was under a DRO which finished its moriatorium perriod in September so all debts are satisfied. I have never had and IVA or been bankrupt, I don't have (or know what) a nominee or supervisor and Next are saying they have not sold my account to anyone. Can anyone help with suggestions as to what they are on about or what i can do?
  • mambo23
    help
    hey I recieved the same letter on friday and like u i had a dro which ended in june 2012 so i dont understand what this letter is about. there is not even a phone number to ring and i tried emailing the address on the letter but would not send as the address does not exist.
  • xenetia
    hey I recieved the same letter on friday and like u i had a dro which ended in june 2012 so i dont understand what this letter is about. there is not even a phone number to ring and i tried emailing the address on the letter but would not send as the address does not exist.
    Originally posted by mambo23
    I emailed them on funders@tdxgroup.com and they responded really quickly
    • wildheart83
    • By wildheart83 21st Dec 12, 1:34 PM
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    wildheart83
    funders@tdxgroup.com was the email address I used and got a reply within a few minutes.
    My accounts had been split into two lots, so my letters had dealt with one lot, but the other remained open. An email request came in asking if it was ok to phone me and it was all sorted very quickly. The gent was very helpful and polite.
  • ocoste
    Tti spc
    After contacting Noddle (Callcredit) to hve old entries removed, I received a reply stating TTI SPC bought debts & refused. After reading your post & tracking on net I see they are part of Equifax!!

    So the credit reference agencies are using their databases to target BR etc & failed IVR's to scoop up / take over debts?! All perfectly legal no doubt but rather shady IMO. Captive market, captive victims!

    Bella, Barclaycard did the same with mine (even tho I was BR), however I will say that TTI SPC were no issue. As I'd paid for Credit Expert (Experian), I asked them to contact my creditors. The first one that they got updated for me was TTI SPC which surprised me as I figured these would be the ones to be difficult. Anyway, the address that they had for them on my credit file at the time was :-

    TTI SPC TDX GROUP, PO BOX 9783, NOTTINGHAM, NG1 9FT

    Send them the template letter (see clean up thread) and they should clean it up no issues, they certainly weren't an issue for me.
    Originally posted by WLITC
  • snoopyone
    I got a letter from ttispc saying they have bought my loan from Barclays that was in br nearly 5 years ago and say because there was a error and my account and it is no longer in an active insolvency. They are chasseing me for moneys that were put in my br. so i have sent paper work to the receiver’s office. They are like vultures these people.
  • njread
    Hi...

    TTI SPC have just added an entry to my Callcredit file.

    They appear to have purchased my Barclaycard debt following my BR.

    I need to contact them and get the default date amended.

    Does anybody have any experience in dealing with them? - as the info available is extremely limited!

    Just spent almost a year cleaning up my credit files and now one more pops up!
    Originally posted by ~Bella~
    Hi Bella I have the same problem from two yrs ago there is a email to contact them but no phone number I have check and they should not have that on your credit report if it was cleared by the bankrupts. I have just sent them an email and I have the credit report people chasing this too if I find a phone number for them I will post on here
  • njread
    ref ttispc I have just made contact with them ref them putting a report on my credit file after I was made br 2yrs ago after Barclaycard closed the account sold it to ttispc according to my receivers they should not of done this I how have a phone number to contact them they will close the account but will take up to 28 days to show on any credit report

    phone no 08448092671 this is bankrupt exchange that deal with all ttispc accounts there is a direct no 08448092671

    Hope this will help you had a nightmare trying to track them down myself also if you don't get a satisfactory response from them you can go to the ombudsman who will help out on these matters
  • Ziggy512
    Letter From tti SPC?
    There seems to be an issue with tti SPC but hope this info may help. I received a letter form them the other day sattaing that they had taken over 'my account etc etc, using my previous surname, very little info in the letter. I was in an IVA which completed in 2010, so quite a long time ago! It brough back all the old feelings associated with IVA, I felt sick! Panic set in but after doing some research I managed to find out that tti SPC are clinets of a company in Ireland based at Langan House, Lisburn, maybe something to do with IVA Match Ltd? Contact number is 02892 600705. The lady was extremely helpful, poor love, she expalined that ttispc were clients of there's and taken over a portfolio of files but in my case when sendiong out the letter had incorrect details, she corrected all the details there an then so so helpful. I was also assured nothing on my credit file would be affected, I will check with my IVA Supervisor and credit agencies just in case tho. I can sleep again now
  • mavster15
    Hi Bella I have the same problem from two yrs ago there is a email to contact them but no phone number I have check and they should not have that on your credit report if it was cleared by the bankrupts. I have just sent them an email and I have the credit report people chasing this too if I find a phone number for them I will post on here
    Originally posted by njread
    i have same problem with tti spc. just this month two debts that were in an i.v.a. have popped up on my file and clattered my score. can i ask how u solved this , im currently talking with protectmyid about this matter and hope to resolve it shortly as my credit should be well on the way to recovery
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