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  1. Hi BankFodder, Your right, I do not need to wait. Sorry, it's been 10+ years since I last used MCOL.
  2. Hi BankFodder, Yes, you are fully correct. I should go straight to warrant, and forward onto bailiffs. I have researched which company to use. The MCOL website indicates that "Your judgment against XXX was issued on 27/12/2018 at 19:13:32". This indicates to me that the CCJ had been awarded, and we can progress onto the warrant portion. I can enter the details within the MCOL site, it is just waiting for payment.
  3. Hi BankFodder, No, not at all. They were the first people we contacted and forwarded a template letter. 14 or 30 days has no effect on things, although it just drags things out. So far we are at the point of "Judgement" issued. I now believe that the CCJ has been awarded, and it will remain off the record if settled within 30 days? After this, it's in file. The only way to remove this would be either through setting aside, or through a consent order. From the outset, we only wanted the car repaired and have only claimed for the repair cost; we have not claimed for postage costs, travel to/from dealers, interest etc. If we knew it was going to be dragged out this long, maybe we should have. As an act of kindness and not wanting to waste valuable court time, we have recently emailed the dealer before we progress to the warrant side of things as this increases cost to £499; it appears they "didn't receive any paperwork" which would/could/should be a default reply...and now forwarded onto the "legal team". I think I have until the 30th January before I can move to a warrant. That's CCJ Issue date (27th Dec) plus 30 days and gives them 2 weeks to settle etc. Were not out to disrupt business etc , just wanted our car repaired under the Consumer Rights Act, which was denied.
  4. 30 days ~ I feel like I want to say Citizens Advice, it was given via the telephone.
  5. Hello again, A bit more digging, I have noticed this. "Alloy Racing Equipment Limited trading as Stratstone MINI Leeds. Alloy Racing Equipment Limited is an appointed representative of Pendragon Finance & Insurance Services Limited which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered Office: Loxley House, 2 Oakwood Court, Little Oak Drive, Annesley, Nottingham, NG15 0DR. Registered No: 00901017 Registered in England & Wales" Does this mean i need to change the name - Alloy Racing Equipment Limited T/A Stratstone Mini Leeds T/A Stratstone BMW Leeds
  6. The total amount so far is £422. That's not enough to meet the £600 requirement. Link to main dealer site - https://www.stratstone.com/dealers They are on Page 2, I've attached a screenshot of the address details
  7. Evening, I have filed for judgement, I have noticed that I have put "Stratstone Mini Leeds" instead of "Stratstone, T/A Stratstone BMW Leeds, T/A Stratstone Mini Leeds". I have a slight fear that the dealer will say "that's not us" however every letter has reached them, when I Google "Stratstone Mini Leeds" and the website says "StratstoneMiniLeeds" they will it's not them. Ironically, the main Stratstone website has them as Stratstone Mini Leeds.. If this is the case, we can ask the court to ammend the name, and reissue the judgement on the evidence (screenshots) that we have... Many nothing to worry about...but it's an escape route..
  8. Update - No response received to MCOL, or offer of payment. Judgement Requested.
  9. Hi BankFodder, Just popping into let you know that i have submitted the MCOL against the motor dealer. I shall update you as we go along.
  10. Hi Fodder, The dealership that i purchase the car from is Stratstone Mini in Leeds. We have raised the MCOL claim, and saved it awaiting "submit" early Dec 18. Following advice from Consumer Direct, we were to give them 30 days plus this buys is time to get all the ducks in order (paperwork scanned into pdf's etc).
  11. Evening all, Background in quote So, thats the background sorted. We've sent the letter before action requesting a reducing in purchase price to cover the cost of the repair, now were waiting for the 30 days to expire before we progress to MCOL. A swift, standard response received, same as the one above...nothing to do with us.... Oh the joys of a used car (£9k), outside of main dealer warranty.... will update as we go, win or lose...
  12. The problem i have here is that they could argue that we simply bought something for the value on the bank card. We have not yet received an email back yet. I can send them a screen shot of the petrol station, though this could be anything and i would have to guess fuel was about £1.36 per litre.
  13. Hi Sidewinder, Payment was made with a Visa Debit card, to a BP Garage.
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