Just received an unsolicited letter from a motor dealership in a near-by (very wet) town. My name, address and post code all perfectly correct. Then it goes on to say, "Dear Mr Dubb, according to our records you are driving a Scenic 5Dr 1.5 dCi 86 Dynamiqu and due to record level of sales, blah blah blah we need your car for part exchange etc, etc." Just a couple of minor points: I've never, ever been to this dealership or any associated garages. I've never bought anything from them. I am not driving any sort of Renault (even though I had one a while back, not a Scenic, from a different, independent dealer in a different town). So how did they get my name and address and incorrectly associate them with a Scenic ? I know that the sensible thing to do is ring them and ask that question and then demand that they remove my details from their records. But...I can't help thinking that all you information warriors out there might have some other suggestions that would be more fun (and possibly more profitable). Ask for disclosure under data protection act and if they don't reply in forty days... etc. Do dealers pass around personal information with their competitors and is that legal under DPA ?. Have any arrsers got any suggestions as to what we could do. I bored after nine days without running water.