Who do I SARN?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Repossession : One Thread
Sorry if this appears thick but it is all very new to me! I need to SARN someone because AIC are chasing money which I owed National Home Loans about 10 years ago and I have no idea how they came up with the figure in question. I sent a letter of SARN (as on this website)to the correspondant named at AIC, have I done this right? Should I just hold tight now until we hear from them again? Thanks for any advice and apologies for no name or details but I've been getting paranoid since reading up on-line about these cases!!
-- L V (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 29, 2003
The preferred method is to send directly to the lender (as you cant really start counting the time period until the data controller ie. NHL receives the request and the SARN could be delayed or 'lost' in transit from AIC)
As long as the SARN has sufficent detail most debt companies do pass them on.
Good luck - NHL on many occassions provide all documents.
Get specialist help if they do.
-- who (email@example.com), July 29, 2003.
Thankyou very much for replying to my post on Who I SARN (I have received another letter from AIC threatening to add on legal fees if I don't pay or phone them soon). The reason I have not SARNed NHL is because I don't know where they are! They are no longer where they were, we thought they had dissolved. Do you think I should find out where Paragon are and send it to them? Sorry if I am being a nuisance but I am getting it wrong at the moment! Thanks,
-- Linda (firstname.lastname@example.org), July 31, 2003.