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Mr Harrison is a member of the Consumer Action Group, whose founder Marc Gander, welcomed the decision.
He said: ‘It’s great news that the High Court has recognised and condemned this kind of treatment.
The calls continued, reaching a level described by a High Court judge as ‘torture’.The judge said the card firm and Link had hounded the self-employed commercial designer from Devon, whose mother, wife and daughter had all fallen ill and required hospital treatment in a short period of time.Judge Chambers said: ‘Cumulatively and damningly is what I find to be the way that MBNA and the defendant went about recovering their debt.However, the judge said he was unimpressed with this claim.He said it was clear that those pursuing Mr Harrison ‘would not listen to what he had to say of his difficulties’.
The judge, Nicholas Chambers QC, sitting at Mold in North Wales, issued a damning assessment of the credit card company, MBNA, and the debt collection firm, Link Financial.