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Debt Collection Company - NCO Ltd - Letter Recieved.

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Hey guys, Long story but I let my paypal balance drop to £-88.92. Havent had any cash for ages at all and so havent been able restore this.

NCO Debt Collectors have now sent me a letter saying i need to pay the balance within in 7 days.

I dont have that cash and wont get paid till after those 7 days are expired.

Anyone offer some advice?
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
ring and tell them this and see if they'll let you split it into monthly payments you can afford. 9 times out of 10 they're not bothered as long as you're willing to pay and do pay
#2
umanga
ring and tell them this and see if they'll let you split it into monthly payments you can afford. 9 times out of 10 they're not bothered as long as you're willing to pay and do pay


i was going to say similar...just don't ignore it
#3
As above, don't ignore it, ring them and tell them you can afford £xx per month... they will agree if this is the first letter you gave had.
#4
How old are you babe?
#5
Just rang them, and a nice arrogant bloke simply said pay £44.00 withing 7 days and the remainder 7 days later. Not great but ill see if I can swindle more time after the first payment... UGH I hate debt and paypal, the transaction wasnt really my fault either lol

Ahhh Well, Cheers guys. Im mena be saying for a holiday aswell!
#6
sadiebabes
How old are you babe?



Yeah we have to keep that quiet, Im not legal age 2 hold a paypal account, but dont we all.....

Hence y i dont wanna ask my rents to bail me out or anything... Wanna get it paid and account closed, when i have the cash..
#7
I'm sure mummy will bail you out kid. :lol:
#8
this is why i have it set up to take the money out automatically :)
#9
lolz, someone's in the proverbial

haha
banned#10
Ring them up say you aren't 18 they shouldn't have legally let you have the credit so THEY have broken the law, refuse to pay point blank :thumbsup:

otherwise have you got a sister you can lend?
banned#11
tinkerbell28
Exactly and that is a good point, unless of course op deliberately lied of course then that in itself would be fraudulent.


If you go to a shop and say yeah I'm 18 sell me alcohol they still have to check your ID to be within the law :thumbsup:
#12
So what you saying, I ring em up, say im not 18, you should of checked that before giving me an account.......
#13
tinkerbell28
Did you lie about your age on the application for the account?


Yes - I stated that I was 18 when I opened my paypal accoount - Hence Y i see it best to just pay and get it closed.
#14
Dude, ur under 18 and gettin DEBT letters sent to your home, remember that your also putting your parents at risk with this, you live there and use that address - they pay for the house most likely!

Plus you legally lied, and thats on record...

Not good.
#15
jonny2k1
Dude, ur under 18 and gettin DEBT letters sent to your home, remember that your also putting your parents at risk with this, you live there and use that address - they pay for the house most likely!

Plus you legally lied, and thats on record...

Not good.


Agreed - I got myself in the mess. No one knows i lied yet - I just wanna resolve it.

I agree to paying it, i just dont have the cash will... next thursday probs.
#16
jonny2k1
Dude, ur under 18 and gettin DEBT letters sent to your home, remember that your also putting your parents at risk with this, you live there and use that address - they pay for the house most likely!

Plus you legally lied, and thats on record...

Not good.


credit records are based on the individual not adresses
#17
They'll just go to mum and dad because they're responsible for you. So best to keep it quiet and pay yourself.
#18
What have you been buying to make urself go minus in ur funds...?
#19
Thanks for your advice everyone, Think I'm just gunna pay two installments of £44.00 and £44.XX.

They said i can pay with debit on the phone or via cheque im guessing cheque is better? Account details on phone and all that.
#20
http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/your_world/consumer_affairs/young_people_money_and_consumer_rights.htm


If you are under 18, it is a criminal offence for anyone to send you material inviting you to borrow money or obtain goods or services on credit or hire purchase. However, if you are over 14 but under 18, you can enter into a credit or hire purchase agreement if an adult acts as your guarantor.

You can borrow money at any age, but access to loans may be limited because a lender will not usually be able to take a young person to court if they break the terms of a loan. This is because you cannot usually be legally held to a contract you make when you are under 18.

As a child or young person, you cannot normally be taken to court for debt. This is because you cannot be legally held to a contract you make when you are under 18. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. You can be held legally responsible for any debts you run up to buy things that you need like food, shelter or clothing.

You may be in the clear dude you will have to claim being underage.
#21
Alfonse
http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/index/your_world/consumer_affairs/young_people_money_and_consumer_rights.htm


If you are under 18, it is a criminal offence for anyone to send you material inviting you to borrow money or obtain goods or services on credit or hire purchase. However, if you are over 14 but under 18, you can enter into a credit or hire purchase agreement if an adult acts as your guarantor.

You can borrow money at any age, but access to loans may be limited because a lender will not usually be able to take a young person to court if they break the terms of a loan. This is because you cannot usually be legally held to a contract you make when you are under 18.

As a child or young person, you cannot normally be taken to court for debt. This is because you cannot be legally held to a contract you make when you are under 18. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. You can be held legally responsible for any debts you run up to buy things that you need like food, shelter or clothing.

You may be in the clear dude you will have to claim being underage.



I have no quarms about paying, I owe paypal the money. I dont want to not pay is... ive basically stole 88 quid from them then.

I just wondered about best methods of payment ect
banned#22
Stick £44 on Kauto Star to win in the 3.20 @ Cheltenham........that way you can pay off
your debt AND have £44 in your pocket for sweets!!!!
#23
Your really not helping yourself, youve admitted that you lied on the form, and now your saying you stole from paypal...

U must be about 15 tops.
#24
jonny2k1
Your really not helping yourself, youve admitted that you lied on the form, and now your saying you stole from paypal...

U must be about 15 tops.


16 actually, I came here for advice mate. There's 1000's of peeps who are underage owning a paypal account. I juyst had 1 dodgy transaction which was both sides fault to be honest, I refunded, but havent been able to restore my balance due to lack of income. Now i have an income and need 2 pay it off.
#25
Cool you have been getting advice, but you have still admitted on here that you lied and stole... Doesn't sound good.
1 Like #26
big fuss about nothing,OP no offence but there are bigger fish to fry,there are people who over tens of thousands,just pay what you can when you can,and dont worry
#27
Bigpoppaad
16 actually, I came here for advice mate. There's 1000's of peeps who are underage owning a paypal account..


being a sheep isn't really much of an excuse, learn the lesson and lose the account and use this to understand the value of not being tempted by credit and getting into debt.
#28
One trick I have learnt is offer to pay them say £5 per week or whatever is left after you have blagged your income/outgoings ratio to a low level, and if they refuse ensure you get this in writing, that way if they tajke it to court the court will do nothing as they ahve already turned an offer to pay down, just make sure you can record that you only have x amount left after all bills have been paid.
#29
Call them and tell them you're getting paid at the end of the month, so you'll be able to complete the payment then.
If you can't afford to pay the whole debt in one lump sum, they'll be willing to accept a portion now and a portion in your next payslip. :)

These debt agencies just want the money and are willing to be lenient as long as you're not taking the P.

I hope that helps and don't worry, you'll be ok but be careful with debt, as it's easy to get carried away. :)
#30
I think you should ring them and tell them you are under 18, say you are willing to pay, but not in 2 instalments. Tell you you can pay in 6 instalments, either that, or they can spin for their money... should work! lol
#31
tinkerbell28
Again they won't as the debt technically is not inforcable in law. They could however take action against the op for making a dodgy application. So I would agree just pay up what they ask tbh.


They did to me as mum and dad are my guardians and they threatened w/ bailiffs or w/e
banned#32
goldmax
Stick £44 on Kauto Star to win in the 3.20 @ Cheltenham........that way you can pay off
your debt AND have £44 in your pocket for sweets!!!!


well.......did you follow my advice?? He won :thumbsup:

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