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  • #16
    Originally posted by Never-In-Doubt View Post

    You would provide enough info for them to identify you, so if you were at a previous address then yes, provide it. You should account for the previous 6 years - so if you had 5 addresses in this time then provide them all in chronological order. If you have multiple accounts with a lender then provide the info, if not then provide the details for one account but explain the SAR needs to include all data held, albeit you've only provided one account number to allow them to trace you on their systems.

    How can it implicate you? You wouldn't SAR a lender you are fighting UE with - that is kinda silly so we wouldn't suggest you ever do that unless you're defending a legal claim / threat.
    Thank you Niddy
    Perfectly explained, and I have an account number not in dispute to provide them with

    Saint X

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    • #17
      Well must admit call credit (Noddle) just made the time limit 30 days +4 days - pity about all the blanked out remarks, I asked for all human input to be shown, a lot of gobbly gook with their internal codes and inferences to whatever, But not 100% response to old letters etc, but give them their due large package received.
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      • #18
        Isn't it normal for any shorthand or code to have a key? So why do they not provide one?

        The aim is for the person requesting the data to understand the data, and other human beings not in the employ of the data holder. This may include the desk protocols used by the company. However, that pig has just flown, I think.

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        • #19
          agreed - I am sure from banks etc there is a list of codes and meanings as I remember in the past:- A lot of BLACK over sentence lines on a lot of pages noted, I do included any MANUAL Human intervention on any SAR Request!
          Last edited by The Tech Clerk; 10th July 2018, 14:19.
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