I received the card on the 8 April asking me to call "Pat"
which I did, the person that answered the phone at Oxford Servicing
would not tell me who or what company they were until I gave them the
reference number and my name. Which seems a very suspicious way to do
business, but I gave them the reference number and my name. I was then
told I owed them £73.97, on behalf of Sky Analogue. I said that
I did not and told them to put it in writing.
I then received a letter on the 3 May quoting the following:-
"We write to give you formal notice that the above outstanding
balance, which relates to your analogue account with Sky, has been transferred
to Oxford (Servicing) Ltd.
If you are an existing Skydigital customer you must contact the following
number immediately quoting your Skydigital account number or viewing
card number to avoid any further correspondence regarding this matter"
The letter then when on to say that they had been instructed to collect
this amount and would take whatever steps are necessary, including court
I called them again and spoke to “Lizzy” and told her I
didn’t owe the money and to send an itemized account, she told
me that it would cost £10. I told her I would not pay the £10
and if I had to keep contacting them I will start to charge them.
I looked up “Oxford Servicing” on the internet and came
across the clik2complaints site, the website made for very interesting
reading. I do wonder why I have had no correspondence from Sky in the
past 6 years relating to this debt?