Letter from past credit solutions

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ascd
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#1 Letter from past credit solutions

Post by ascd » 11 Jul 2017 21:22

Wanted some advice on something.

I've come home from work to be greeted by a letter from past credit solutions saying i owe £1000 in relation to tax credits.

It says the client is hm revenue and customs.

I did have tax credits as i was on a low paid job around 12 years ago but i am not in debt with anyone as far as i know and aware of.

I've checked my credit report and there is nothing on there

Also the letter is addressed to miss (i'm a man) and my first intial (not full name) plus an e (guessing a middle name) i have no middle name.

Should i just ignore this as surely this would have no legal standing if they were tried to enforce the debt as im a man not a women and have no middle name.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated

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#2 Re: Letter from past credit solutions

Post by Schedule 12 » 11 Jul 2017 21:35

If it's not addressed to you, then you are not the intended recipient.

I doubt it is any concern unless you hear otherwise.
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#3 Re: Letter from past credit solutions

Post by ascd » 11 Jul 2017 21:46

OK thanks, it is possible they are looking for someone with the same initials in my area and have sent letters to people with the same details on the electroral roll looking for a hit on someone?

Would you contact them or just ignore the letter?

If they sent someone around it would have no standing would it? As i'm a male and it states a female

many thanks

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#4 Re: Letter from past credit solutions

Post by Schedule 12 » 12 Jul 2017 16:14

Park it until you hear further. Male/female, its obviously not you.
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#5 Re: Letter from past credit solutions

Post by ascd » 12 Jul 2017 21:02

Ok thanks, i won't contact them, just makes me a bit stressed that's all, thanks again for the advice.

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