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have had a letter from the debt collectors (unicom )acknowledging my response to their demand for settlement and saying that as this debt is POST LIQUIDATION DEBT on behalf of my ex company then the debt transfers to me, i have argued that if the debt is after the company was liquidated how can it transfer to me as it refers to a company that has ceased trading but they just don't answer and say they are going to proceed to county court, this worries me as i don't want a judgement against me but my instinct tells me they are bullying, how can i resolve this, should i go to court and fight it, do they have the right to transfer this debt as they say it is post liquidation and therefore i am not protected in the same way as pre liquidation, HELP
HI AGAIN, THEY ARE SAYING "I CAN CONFIRM THAT THE DEBT IS FOR THE POST LIQIDATION DEBT OF THE COMPANY OF WHICH YOU ARE THE SOLE DIRECTOR, AS SUCH YOU ARE LIABLE FOR THE FULL OUTSTANDING BALANCE
I CAN ALSO CONFIRM THAT FCA REGULATIONS ARE CONSUMER RELATED; AS UNICOM DO NOT OFFER CONSUMER CONTRACTS BUT BUSINESS TO BUSINESS, THIS DEBT FALLS OUTSIDE OF THEIR GUIDELINES "
DOES THIS THROW ANY FURTHER LIGHT ON THIS MATTER, THE DEBT IS ONLY FOR £242.54 BUT AS A PRINCIPAL I DON'T WANT TO BE BULLIED FOR FEAR OF GETTING A CCJ AGAINST ME, THEY HAVE GIVEN ME 14 DAYS TO PAY OR REPLY WHICH ENDS TODAY, WHAT DO YOU SUGGEST ?