hook wrote: »
so if i just ignore these letters until 6 years have passed will i be ok
hook wrote: »
i recieved a letter the other week asking if i am the person living at a certain address i didnt reply and today i received another letter saying the debt has been sold to another company but still i didnt reply. so if i just ignore these letters until 6 years have passed will i be ok
dolally wrote: »
Half the threads I have read on MSE are people trying not to pay their debts. If you spend the money you should pay it back.
My OH and I have worked hard at paying back money we owed after mismanaging our finances as have many members of the forum.
Reclaiming unlawful charges or pulling banks up on other genuine problems is one thing, blatant theft is quite another.
Pay back the money you owe!
SneakySaving wrote: »
"They can take you to court even if you do not reply to their correspondence and you will end up with CCJ's and court orders. Then you may get a visit from the bailiffs."
Can these companies do this sneakily?
Or will the court issue papers to you?
What if you do not have the means to pay them anything? Will they push for bankruptcy?
Or would it be best to file for bankruptcy before they start this action?
Final query, no communication for 6 years? If they write to you or phone you is that not communication? or do they need for you to actually reply?
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