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    • So these Hoist people are part of a new(ish) team/dept. uummmm
      Tax write off and still chase debtor for some money??
      Sounds like attempt at double portions to me - Greedy Hoist

      Seriously though, can they put debt down as a tax write off and still chase for payment?
      How can they be allowed to get away with that?
      In what other business can you expect to get paid twice?

      (scratching bewildered itch on head)

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      • it is quite legal, the original ceditor who held the account, sells it on, then claims it as a tax loss, the new owner then buys it for pennys in the pound, if they have no joy in getting you to pay up, no matter how they try and the debt becomes SB , then they write it off as a tax loss, company is still quids in,
        they would prefer you to pay up as they get more that way
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        • double post
          Last edited by Grassy_K; 17th October 2018, 18:37.
          62.2.k in debt but still fighting..Latest scores on the doors:

          32,000 unenforceable & not paying (with 19,000 easily remedied)
          27,200 enforceable - token payments
          3,000 unknown

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          • Chalk me up as another recripient of the "account transfer" letter. Had a 10k old Egg/Barclaycard debt parked with them for ages now while they try to find a CCA that doesn't exist.
            62.2.k in debt but still fighting..Latest scores on the doors:

            32,000 unenforceable & not paying (with 19,000 easily remedied)
            27,200 enforceable - token payments
            3,000 unknown

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            • Do you mean:- Seek & Not Find;lol
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              • OK, so surprise, surprise. First letter from Robbers Way after a very long time, demanding contact and arrangement to pay, on a BC debt not paid on since March 2012, and terminated September 2012. Robbers way contact following NOA receipt last month.

                Guess RW can try to squeeze some money from me, but surprised that they are still wasting money on postage. Where debts have run course before and reached SB, no further contact from creditor or DCA.

                Strange that RW/Hoist are hanging in there, or is this usual for this particular DCA?

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                • I am suprissed that you have not had the letter saying it has been passed to HFHUK1L as most of the accounts have been whisked into new places,

                  As for RW they don't seem to check paperwork and like to keep taking a chance that people don't know about SB and will fork up after so long.

                  I just like the thought of them waisting time and money sending letters and "Field Agents" on accounts that are useless
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                  • Hi Nightwatch

                    Yes you are quite right. i had indeed received a letter from Hoist Finance UK Holdings 1 Ltd. But have recently and subsequently had the follow up letter from Robbers Ways. It was the Robbers Ways letter that was the greater surprise as i would have thought they would have drop the 'chasing' now.

                    Well at least (and i hope) Hoist realise the SB status.

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