Reply to post: Re: ... and Crapita

TSB meltdown latest: Facepalming reaches critical mass as Brits get strangers' bank letters

Steven 1

Re: ... and Crapita

If I'm getting letters delivered to my address but to people I've never heard of your damn right I'm opening them.

When the oh so charming bailiffs turn up trying to enforce a writ I want some advance warning.

Been there done that.

In my experience they’re not that bothered about mistaken identity either, my girlfriend (now wife) had two goons turn up to try and collect on a debt for a woman with a different first name, birthday and address to her (woman at one stage lived about 20 doors away) from an organisation she had no links with whatsoever.

I would add these two were at the more budget end of the debt collection spectrum rather than the more pucker one’s you might’ve seen on TV.

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