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    Quote Originally Posted by Dinnerticketboy View Post
    Received a copy of my signed contract with IQ today courtesy of Felicitas, with a few redacted sheets, of the actual details of each loan paid.
    Felicitas acting of behalf of Nigel Powell of "Statutory Law Ltd".

    Anyone else receive them?
    Yep received this yesterday, they've must have thought with it being Xmas and people being away or not around they won't respond.
    Its a good tatic to see who will respond within the time frame to challenge the claims.

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    Go and follow the advice in Things about to get very serious and much more real? (contractoruk.com)

    Basically you just need to dispute the fact money is owed - you don't actually need to do much more than that to kill a statutory demand.
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    I would send the dispute letter by special guaranteed delivery, which costs about £7.

    Unfortunately, due to corona, letters posted from Wednesday 23rd aren't guaranteed next day but at least you can track it all the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eek View Post
    Go and follow the advice in Things about to get very serious and much more real? (contractoruk.com)

    Basically you just need to dispute the fact money is owed - you don't actually need to do much more than that to kill a statutory demand.
    Good advice as always from EEK. Thank you for your contribution on these forums.

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