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I have a cifas marker from Barclays they done investigation and everything and they said they can’t remove the markers so they are going to send me a final letter but they advised me to see the FOS. Does police gets involved in this? And also how can I get them removed if not from the bank?
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(Original post by Lomad)
I have a cifas marker from Barclays they done investigation and everything and they said they can’t remove the markers so they are going to send me a final letter but they advised me to see the FOS. Does police gets involved in this? And also how can I get them removed if not from the bank?
Hi, how did this happen? Did you let someone do fraud on your account?
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Call Cifas and say your willing and able to pay a full and final settlement (assuming you are).

You can contact them on 0330 100 0180 (Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm)
please can you explain what you mean? what are they settling?
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
please can you explain what you mean? what are they settling?
Damages against the banking system depending on the circumstances.
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Why are there so many dodgy people on TSR?
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Damages against the banking system depending on the circumstances.
still dont get it? why would the bank pay anything?
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Why are there so many dodgy people on TSR?
I asked this before in a Cifas marker thread. Someone suggested that people were finding the previous threads on TSR via google etc, and then making their own.
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still dont get it? why would the bank pay anything?
No, the OP would need to pay.
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(Original post by Quady)
Call Cifas and say your willing and able to pay a full and final settlement (assuming you are).

You can contact them on 0330 100 0180 (Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm)
This is not what a CIFAS marker is, again.
It is not something to pay off.
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This is not what a CIFAS marker is, again.
It is not something to pay off.
this is really confusing. What is the OP paying off?
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
this is really confusing. What is the OP paying off?
Nothing.
The person who I quoted is under the impression that it is a debt that they need to pay to get the marker lifted.
It is not.
It can only be lifted if you can prove that you had nothing to do with whatever activity made them suspicious/investigate in the first place or after 6 years.
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(Original post by Kutie Karen)
this is really confusing. What is the OP paying off?
Have you ever had a Cifas marker?
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Nothing.
The person who I quoted is under the impression that it is a debt that they need to pay to get the marker lifted.
It is not.
It can only be lifted if you can prove that you had nothing to do with whatever activity made them suspicious/investigate in the first place or after 6 years.
There is no debt, I've never suggested there is a debt to be paid off.
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There is no debt, I've never suggested there is a debt to be paid off.
So what “settlement” are you suggesting that they phone and say they will pay off?
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So what “settlement” are you suggesting that they phone and say they will pay off?
Give Cifas a ring and explain your situation and they'll explain.
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Give Cifas a ring and explain your situation and they'll explain.
I’m not in the situation.
I am well aware that it is not something you can “phone up and settle”
Not sure why you keep telling people that they can?
Unless you’re just trolling with them?
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Give Cifas a ring and explain your situation and they'll explain.
you can’t pay off a CIFAS marker unfortunately. only way to get it removed, is to prove you didn’t do anything wrong.
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(Original post by GabiAbi84)
I’m not in the situation.
I am well aware that it is not something you can “phone up and settle”
Not sure why you keep telling people that they can?
Unless you’re just trolling with them?
How did you deal with your previous Cifas marker, or deal with Cifas as an appointed representative of someone with a marker?

Or are you like many people on here, advising about something of which you have no lived experience of?
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you can’t pay off a CIFAS marker unfortunately. only way to get it removed, is to prove you didn’t do anything wrong.
Is that the way you approached your marker? How difficult was it to prove that?
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(Original post by Quady)
How did you deal with your previous Cifas marker, or deal with Cifas as an appointed representative of someone with a marker?

Or are you like many people on here, advising about something of which you have no lived experience of?
Such as yourself?
Who seems to be providing “advise” that has nothing to do with a CIFAS marker?
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