I have had a default put on my credit report in 2008, by a debt solutions company, the alleged debt arises from a utility company for a property that I moved out of in 2005, I followed all procedures when I moved from the property with the utility companies as recommended.I have contacted the management company to dispute the alleged debt, I have requested copy documentation of the debt, of which they are unable to provide me with any documentation, they are unable to provide me a timescale for the period the alleged debt was accrued, apart from sometime in 2007 they stated that they have spoken to the utility company who have no documentation to the debt either, and only a system that states the debt is unpaid, but no evidence of the alleged debt, I have requested a audit trail of documentation that shows how the utility company or the management company have attempted to recover the debt, of which they have no information or documentation.The management company refuse to remove the alleged debt, and will not forward any further information apart from there system states I owe the allged debt.What can I do?
Province/Country relating to question : UK
Requested information to the alleged debt.
Requested copy documentation of the alleged debt.
Spoken and emailed the debt solutions company.
Requested audit trail of how and when I was notified of the debt
Requested a audit trail of the processes in attempting to recover the alleged debt prior to a default being produced on my credit rating.
all attempts have provided me with no information about the debt apart from I owe this debt.
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