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spearos

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i have just received a demand for £13.98 for something i have not received and dont want to ,can someone tell me the best thing to do please

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ordep

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If its to do with RD, you'll need to send them a death certificate!

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iscanut2

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Just send the demand back and tell them what you have told us !!! Don't pay it.

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spearos

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thanks i have sent back with a letter saying i will report them if i receive any more demands

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wiz-king

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ordep Then they will complain you haven't signed it!

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spuds

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If you put 'Dealing with payment demand letters from readers Digest' in Google search, you will find this is perhaps a world-wide problem :O(

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