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Hi, Thank you for your question and welcome. My name is XXXXX XXXXX I will assist you. If you have paid for anything on a credit card that is over £100 and you have not received what you expected because of Insolvency or improper performance the creidt card company must guarantee it under S.75 of the Consumer Credit Act.
You do not need any to make this claim for you, you can do it yourself, it is not worth spending £600.
Here is a template from Citizens Advice Bureau that tells you how to claim http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/england/consumer_e/consumer_different_ways_of_buying_e/consumer_buying_goods_and_services_on_credit_or_by_debit_card_e/consumer_extra_protection_when_you_buy_on_credit_or_debit_card_e/consumer_credit_act_1974_-_section_75.htm
Follow the instructions and send it to your credit card company.
If they do not acknowledge or respond to your claim them make a complaint to the Financial Ombudsman
Can I be of any further assistance? Kind regards
Thanks for your answer, I will have a go myself and have left a tip.
Following your advice I cancelled my payment of £599 from my credit card to Gold Crown Solutions using the distance selling regulations.
Lisa Bourne said she would notify Vince Cable (who forced Club-Class
into bankruptcy in 2012) that I was not interested in pursuing a section 75 claim against Club-Class. Can she do this?
My question has transmitted with gaps. Gold Crown Solutions have reluctantly agreed to refund the £599 for their services providing a s.75 against Club-Class. I intend to do it myself. Lisa Bourne of Gold Crown, says she will advise the bankruptcy people that I am dropping my claim against Club-Class. Can she do this?