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Can I be sue in court for RM148.45?

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asked on May 14, 2011 at 16:44
by   miracle
edited on May 27, 2016 at 06:43
 
Can I be charged in court for owing U Moblie RM148.45 and be made to pay for their lawyer fees on this. I have already closed my U Mobile account in May last year 2010 when my 2 years contract with them ended.

And in July 2010 I received a letter stating that I still own them RM75-55. After that I received a few calls stating that I own them RM148.45. I ask them to send me a statement or ask their account department to call me to explain the bill concern. Then they stop calling me again until last week I received another call, I think this time from their bill collector company. Again I asked to be given statement or their account department to call me. She insisted that I should go personally to their head office in Berjaya Times Square. I was very angry and told her that why should I go to them when they are the one who wants the money.

Yesterday I received a letter from CTIC Corporation Sdn Bhd sending a lawyer letter to Tetuan Axxx Hxxxxxx & Co. to start taking legal actions against me if within 10 days i did not make an appeal and they will charge me the lawyer fees also.

My questions is, is this possible? Do I have to pay for their lawyer fees if I lost?
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answered on Jun 26, 2013 at 19:18
by   mr fyi
edited May 27, 2016 at 08:25
 
I pernah terima calls dari "panel Telekom" and said I hutang Telekom. Kemudian saya abaikan notis mereka. Bila nak register new line... sangkut... sebab nama sudah blacklisted. Then dalam masa sama I nak buat loan, sangkut juga sebab bank cakap I still hutang line TM. Alasan bank, hutang kecil tak mampu bayar, inikan loan payment. So bila hutang, bayar jelas. Jangan sebab hutang kecil, kita sangkut loan.
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answered on Jun 26, 2013 at 19:39
by   Mr Logic
edited May 27, 2016 at 08:40
 
I've been in same situation. Don't play with legal issue. TM gave me 14 days notice. On the 3rd day I propose them a letter saying "Sorry, bla... bla..." But I have to make a full payment. And its done.
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answered on Jul 1, 2013 at 16:48
by   bank zzz
Its not worthwhile to sue for such small amount. Only you be blacklisted by all telcos and you cannot register for a new number.
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answered on Mar 3, 2014 at 19:15
by   Lizzzzz
edited May 27, 2016 at 08:50
 
Just make the payment because some collection companies are taking this seriously. Of course if you really owe them just make the payment but if you are sure that you were never attached to any overdue payment than yes you can ignore it.

Just saying, it happened to one of my friends and if you don't pay it now, they will take legal actions and you will have difficulties applying for everything else. For example, if you were being blacklisted from a bank due to some credit card or loan, you cannot apply any other loan with any other banks in Malaysia because they can check through the system CTOS, and you will be having difficulties applying for a job especially with a financial institution such as banks.
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answered on Apr 18, 2017 at 22:55
by   Golden
edited Apr 25, 2017 at 08:52
 
I have been constantly called by this CTI* Corporation and today they said that if i don't pay RM 650.00  they are going to come and Arrest me.. the truth is I applied for an internet connection during my college days that was like 12 years back.. I did not receive an internet modem from Telekom but all of a sudden after 3 years I received a letter stating that I owe Telekom RM 650.00, I was studying abroad and my family informed me about the letter, so during my vacation I went to Telekom and explained about it and they said they will check into the matter.. after which I didn't bother to check back or they didn't call me now after almost 12 years this CTI* has started to harass me.. they called me today and said if I don't pay RM 650 they will come home and Arrest me... If I had used I'm obliged to pay, BUT I did not use I have no clue of what to do.. is it really that serious? Should I make a police complaint or approach the lawyer?.... My question is anybody can claim that we owe them like this and threaten us to pay ... does it make any sense, what stupid system is this??
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answered on Aug 30, 2017 at 23:14
by   Shalaka
edited Sep 25, 2017 at 10:46
 
Whoever they are, CTOS, CCRIS, CTIS they are just debt collector agents for GLC companies. Just ignore them, nothing to worried about.
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answered on Aug 30, 2017 at 23:41
by   jeff005
edited Sep 25, 2017 at 10:47
 
BNM CCRIS is not a debt collection company.

CTOS is not a debt collection company.

Please do not post wrong information on legal issues.
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answered on Oct 19, 2017 at 22:44
by   KyleSeng
I also have an issue regarding with CTIC Corp. I terminated unifi 4 years ago. For these few years, I didn't received any warning letter or notice to ask me pay for the money. In this few days, I had received call from CTIC Corp stating that I owe TM Point RM578.90. The issue is that I had cancel it before they come to install unifi. But they still charge me for that amount. I went to the TM Point and ask the customer service. They told me I owe only RM 550. I asked if I didn't make any payment, what risk will I take? They answer me that I will be blacklisted only. That it. But now, I received private message from CTIC Corp that I must make the payment for RM 578.90. If not, I will be sued to court. Where the hell the letter from court? I didn't received any letter from court in my house. It quite annoying for them to keep insisting calling me. 
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