What do you suggest to the following?
In the court application I sent to set the judgement aside, I stated I believed it to be fraudulent, then I filed my defence after it had been set aside denying all knowledge of the debt nor having had any communication with the claimant.They have now sent me a document from 2006 with what appears to be my signature, but I did not sign the document. As stated in my initial application to have it set aside, that I had since discovered a debt in my name, using my dob but at an address I have never been to, let alone lived at, in the same area in which I do live.The claimant has put a 14 day limit for me to accept their offer along with accepting a Tomlin Order. I do not understand exactly what the Tomlin order is about. They mention they do not want it to go to court again and I should accept this order.I feel threatened and frightened by the prospect of going to court as they have the means to drag it out and I don't, hence my seeking advice online.I really want to know the best way of responding to the claimant within the time and if there is a specific procedure I should adopt.
I attach the letter they sent me on 10th Aug for your review please.
I do not know when last payment was made.
I was told that Marlin Capital had purchased this debt from Northern Rock in November 2008.
I believe Marlin Capital entered to the court the claim on 26th Oct 14.
Thank you Alex.
To clarify, I can send a statute barred letter to them and the matter should be done?
I had a feeling that they were trying their luck by offering a reduced rate on this claim.
I really appreciate your help.
Yes it does, thank you.
However there appears to be several variations of template letters available.
Can you recommend the correct form it should take?
Do you perhaps have a template on file that is relevant to my predicament please?
Sorry to bother you again Alex.
What exactly do you mean above by 'issuing in time'?
As in them making the original claim to the court for the ccj?