a. probably the 2007. But I`m not sure. Let`s see what they produce, if you think about it. B. It is unusual for a company to deliberately forge an agreement! the agreement must contain certain things, for example.B. Your address at that time. Thsi is not something that should be worried until they send you something. c. Yes. I suggest you send a written question with number 1.
And send it the registered delivery so you have proof of that. Just the question of whether it makes sense to ask for a 2015 CCA agreement, from what I`ve read, most have credit contracts from more than six years ago and the debt collectors didn`t get the papers. I had 3 credit cards and 2 loans that were distorted with a number of creditors after losing my job. All were sold to collection agencies, and I made symbolic payments to everyone from time to time. However, I`m a stressed though applied by a ccj, which a few of the DCA have said if I don`t start paying more. HIya just to update you a month later – an organization (Nat West) represented by Allied Credit sent a CCA. Another (PRA group) who bought MBNA debts (large credit card debts) wrote to me that they have not yet found evidence of an enforceable agreement and that it is unenforceable — for now. Apparently, the others didn`t send me back. Should I offer a token F-F offer to PRA and a credible offer to NatWest? What else do you do? Wait a minute? It depends on why you applied for the CCA agreement. I wrote to Link Financial for a CCA on two debts sold to them by the co-op and MBNA credit cards (2014 and 2012) and received a late response with a poor quality photocopy for a single debt – the Co-Op.
This is a very bad image of two small sides of A4 (only 5 inches high each) on a single A4 sheet. The image is 2 pages from the original application form I made (dated February 1998) when I applied for a Visa Co-Op Advantage card. It is impossible to read the typed print on the form, although I can display (my) handwritten information on the form and see my signature. The form is the „Advantage Visa credit card application form.“ My question is: Does that answer my question from the CCA? Is the signed application form „an agreement“? Or do I need other Link documents that represent a „real copy“ of my credit card contract? I find that it contains my name and address (at that time) and that it has the name and address of the creditor (but clearly no account number, because it was a request), it does not have the terms and conditions, does not have the cost of credit, does not have the RPA, does not have the retraction rights and has no payment plan (although the size of the text written on the form is too small to see – but the nature short form prevents registration, because it was an application form).