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  1. Hello, This is my first ever time posting on a forum of any nature so I feel a little out of my depth but I would really appreciate the advice of the highly knowledgeable and helpful people on here. I am not very good at writing so have written points rather than paragraphs and have tried to be detailed and concise (I hope). I had a Barclaycard account. The account was opened in January 1997. The account was opened by filling in a form in pen and sending it off in the post. In 2015, I had a few personal and financial issues which led me to being late
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  2. Hi. You seem to have left your name on the pdf. I recommend you remove to keep this anonymous. HB
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  3. So you ask for advice as to whether you should appeal or ignore. Everyone said not to appeal to the parking company, only M&S. You appeal to the parking company. Why???? Lets see the appeal you sent. We need to know what we're working with now in case you've scored an own goal.
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  4. My thought today is that my boss is very un-accommodating. I merely asked if I could take the next six weeks off so that I can find some remote island (hopefully somewhere warm) that had an ample supply of red wine and bacon sandwiches and no electronic devices, radios, tv's or any form of media so that I can escape the farce of the General Election and Brexit, when I return it would all be over! Not only did she say no, she said that it would take more than six weeks to be over !
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  5. Just to clarify. The amount outstanding will double (give or take a fiver)as soon as the warrant is acknowledge by the bailiff. £70+£75 The first stage fee will be added when the compliance period has passed and if no payment is made To then give a total of £310. The bailiff should not have called until the NOE was sent and 7 days had passed.
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  6. After the hearing the defaulter should be made aware of the judjement. And given time to pay. Thereafter the judgement details are sent to the fines officer. The fines officer should send a notice of "further steps" to the debtor, itemising the things he may do to enforce: Bailiffs, Attachments of earnings, etc You get a further 10days to pay. The debtor may contact the court/fines officer, with a income and outgoings statement and an offer to pay. If this arrangement is defaulted, the fines officer will generally transfer the case to the Bailiffs.
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  7. depends what you deem as harassment. 2 or 3 calls a day maybe. they are quite entitled to chase a debt, even if its deemed un-en by them. the sb letter is in the debt collection section of the library once sent they MUST cease .
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  8. It contains the relevant info to be admitted as a letter before claim so it must be responded to as such. gte your friend to give us as much info as possible, it wont be the only communication so they must know something. A simple denial of the debt because there is no keeper liability in this matter and that STRICT PROOF of who was driving at the time should be furnished by their client of they intned to continue this folly and lose themselves a vex claim. something like that will slow the process down a little but these idiots prefer to start a claim knowing the
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  9. Try route 1 and give M&S head office a call and tell them that 2 hours customer parking is allowed and your charge is thus just cobblers and do they want to be associated with this event when it is widely circulated that they are employing people who use deception at at best criminal incompetence to manage their estate for them. See my new post on a problem for a Sainsburys customer, persistence with the M&S chief exec's office is a must. The local store wont have the power to intercede so just pick up the phone and call head office, In the meanwhile I suggest that you do no
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  10. Me thinks that a pair of handcuffs may be used against the defendants! You could ask the court manager to have the 'discontinuation form' checked by the local Force's forensics team as it would appear that a very serious criminal offence has been committed. You should mention this attempted deception in your Witness Statement.
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  11. A pretty interesting and, quite frankly, unbelievable update on this case. I called my local court today for an update, as I'd heard nothing for 5 weeks or so. This is a copy of the mail that I just sent to the local court upon their request, as they'd like to move swiftly with my case. They have been brilliant and very helpful today.. "Dear Sir / Madam, Re: Case Reference ** ** vs. EMC Car Sales After contacting your court today for an update regarding the above case, it was brought to my attention that the ca
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