I have spoken to the OR but she has now gone on holiday until March. Debra who is taking her calls and I had a converstion yesterday (with difficulty as she could not speak much English and she has passed it on to someone else I have also sent a letter which they cannot find therefore I have e-mailed it to them (Detail of letter pasted in for information below) I have also spoken to the NWB as i have received nothing from them again they have promised next week.
I get the feeling that the OR will not send a letter to me releasing the Policy which I think is discusting as the OR told me I was discharged on the 6th July 1990 therefore they must have forgotten about it all until I raised it, I did continue paying the Policy until 2004.
Do something stupid like I did and you never get shut of it. It is upsetting to my wife and myself having to go through it all again but at least if I can get it sorted if anything happens to me it is not left to my wife.
Ms Debra Pinto
2nd Floor, Sunley House
Dear Ms Debra Pinto
Further to my very helpful telephone conversation of today with yourself.
Thankyou for arranging to send a formal Discharge Letter which I look forward to receiving. (Discharged 6th July 1990).
As a reminder of the conversation I am trying to confirm with the Insurance Company Zurich that I am discharged from Bankruptcy and that you the Official Rreceiver do not have any Interest with the following Plan Reference,
Allied Dunbar now Zurich, Plan No 8845-094.
To comply with Zurich regulations I require my discharge documentation (which you are sending) and a letter to confirm that you have no further interest in the plan quoting the above plan number from your offices for me to send to the Insurance Company Zurich.
Thank-you for all your assistance.
Mr Michael Wilfred Spencer.