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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Tougher regulation of bailiffs urged as debt levels rise

    Tougher regulation of bailiffs urged as debt levels rise

    A charity has called for tougher regulation of bailiffs, as it calculated that households have fallen behind on essential bills by £18.9bn. Arrears on these bills, such as council tax, have risen by 40% from the £13.5bn owed in 2011-12, Citizens Advice said. Over the same period, the proportion of...
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  • Bailiffs threatening entry, not the debtors address.

    Hi all, I'm hoping you can help me help my daughter. Her son went off the rails and crashed his uninsured car into another. He was convicted and fined. The third party got a ccj against him and this was elevated to the HCT. The son's not lived at the mother's address for over 2 years and we don't actually...
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  • Warnings over fake Royal Mail delivery cards - Bailiffs and Debt Collectors seemingly using

    Royal Mail customers have been warned over fake ‘something for you’ cards arriving through letterboxes, which are posted through homes when a delivery cannot be made. Action Fraud said consumers can spot the fake cards by the absence of a Royal Mail logo and the inclusion of an 0208 number – which...
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  • 'Can't pay, take it away' episode

    Hi guys

    I was watching an episode of Can't Pay, Take It Away the other day, and i noticed that the High Court Enforcement guys were on a job enforcing a writ where a lady had taken out a 4k loan?! I was under the impression that any debt under the consumer credit agreement could not be...
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  • rgally64
    started a topic Paying council direct

    Paying council direct

    Hello all tried to settle an old Pcn from the council after a visit from the bailiffs they sent my cheque back and also blocked my payment online I thought I had a right to avoid the bailiff and settle with the creditor direct
    Many thanks
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  • leena
    started a topic Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Hi Guys, hope your all well, I've not been around for a while as all my debts have gone thanks to you guys, but my misses has a court letter as per heading, just after some advice really where to go from here and will they agree paying in instalment's, what we don't want is for them to take the car...
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  • pipsaholic
    started a topic Bailiff Visit

    Bailiff Visit

    Hi Guys,

    Need some guidance here. I sent 3 repeated letters Lloyds asking for proof of debt/original contract/claim against me/original credit agreement) have now passed it over to Fidelite DCA and rather than sending me several letters like others demanding payment they are going to pay...
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  • daisy
    started a topic CCJ from 2005

    CCJ from 2005

    I have an old CCJ from 2005 for a store card which I have been paying £10 a month for, however, I will quite soon be moving and will have no employment or assets for them to consider chasing.

    My question is, can I simply tell them to go forth? as I feel that I've more than repaid what...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic parking fine double yellows ?

    parking fine double yellows ?

    I got a fine for parkingon double yellows- but i sent it back with 'not entering into contract' worth a try but is this right ?
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  • Default cost certificate been served on me - advice needed please

    I had a car accident in 2008 which resulted in a personal injury claim which dragged on until it was finalised in court in nov 2014. As I was unsucessful in the claim I was ordered to pay the defendants cost's. I have hear nothing since the case was closed until a few weeks ago when I was sent a default...
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  • Dodgy Practices in "Can't Pay We'll Take It Away"

    I've seen a few of these programmes now, which essentially project a very fluffy image of High Court Enforcement Officers, where they are just nice compassionate people who are only doing their job.

    One tactic I've seen come up a few times is when they have sought to seize goods from...
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic parking fine and bailiffs

    parking fine and bailiffs

    From £70 to £422 .
    Right my youngest son got a parking fine as the above , he is unemployed and gets £70 a week and the bailiffs want the whole lot paying in 3 payments which doesn't add up.
    This is my prodigal son I'm talking about and he lives at his girlfriends mothers house , the...
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  • nick0
    started a topic Landlord with a Section 21.

    Landlord with a Section 21.

    Hi All,
    I have been renting a property for 2.5 years and never missed any payments never had any major
    work done and in fact been a great tenant(says me).

    Yesterday I get a solicitors letter saying the owners of my property are using a section 21 form (was enclosed)...
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  • Help with notice of issue of warrant of control

    Evening all, I've come home (live with my mum) to my mum giving me a letter which she opened as wasn't addressed to anyone just the address. Obviously I owe some money. Total to pay 172.25 including fees on this warrant
    Balance outstanding 978.97 after payment of this warrant.

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