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Aren't worth a wank!!
They state that they can not remove the data without the bank or whoever permission first... Right ok then so Company A has had a look at my credit file. You can't remove that search with out their consent first. Ok Well I NEVER GAVE THEM CONSENT TO LOOK IN THE FIRST PLACE
"The law will never make men free, it is men that have to make the law free"
Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862)
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Exactly, and not only that, they accepted unverified and unvalidated information without confirming it with you. The credit agency is making a very strong assumption that the information they have received from the bank is 100% accurate and correct and lawful in every way.
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Been planning to do something about this for some time.
I gave up using illusory "credit" years ago and have spent a number of years abroad since then.
Knowing that anything that could have existed prior to that has now expired (statute of limitations) I have been toying with writing to them with a "cease and desist" notice along with my fee schedule, which has ben established for 3 years now. The only thing that has stopped me is the result of giving them my current location details in the process!
That said, they probably have it already and I should really get this underway. Has anyone taken a similar route so far, and if so, what was the outcome?
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