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  1. Hi Thanks for the advice. I'm afraid I don't have a six bedroom mansion or Ferrari and I'm willing to pay but not in one go. Thanks
  2. Thankyou, that's a massive help. I appreciate it. I have completed the paperwork now so hopefully will get some resolution to this now.. Thanks again
  3. Thankyou, this forum states that they are allowed to force their way into your home to collect unpaid criminal fines, Income Tax or Stamp Duty, but only as a last resort.m states.. ...I'm assuming from this that they can't force entry into my home for a ccj. Thanks
  4. I have read several summaries and found that different sites gave conflicting advice so was looking for advice based on this particular type of debt. Sorry to be a pain but I just need to be sure before I have a conversation with these people. Thanks
  5. Hi , I was hoping somebody may be able to give me some advice. i received a ccj in 2015 regarding overpayment from my last employer. I had a letter put through my door last night stating that court balifs would apply to the courts to force entry into my home. Is this something they can do for a ccj as I didn't think they could do this. The ccj is for £600 but 250 of that is charges. I can't afford to pay that in 1 go but will pay monthly but I have never been given that option. I will call the balif back with a payment offer of £100 per month but I cou
  6. Hi, I'm hoping someone may be able give me some advice. My partner parked her car in town a while back and was apparently recorded via a camera as parking over the lapsed time. We received a parking fine which we did not pay because we could not quite understand the ticket as we did not think that we were in town that day, after several communications we finally had a visit by a balif who placed a levy on our car but we had some time to pay the fine while the baliffs office confirmed the ownership. The levy was placed for a cost of the fine and the baliffs charg
  7. made me laugh on friday after i spoke to one of there monkeys. I had a bit of a disagreement over my SAR not being sent and i asked this person what is happening with welcome, the answer was that they are being bought out and re-structured, that they are being kept in the know and that all the talk of cattles being in debt is nonsense. I just wanted to laugh and say to this person that i probrably wont be speaking to them again as they will more than likely be out of work very soon...they just think we are all as daft and stupid as they are....i probrably didnt say it out of pity as she sounde
  8. they are criminals, they are not offering anything worth considering as they will take your car, auction it and then chase you for other monies owed. The only reason they have made this offer is to get some much needed cash....
  9. i go away for a couple pf weeks and the whole thing has turned on its head...cant belive what has happened. Our phone calls are coming from manchester now as opposed to crewe..i wonder why
  10. thanks for the reply. From pushing for more info it would seem her partner just never got round to sending off the V5 so that they have. The MOT is still a mystery, but like you say hopefully they should be able to get a copy, if not then they will have to take a reduction in what they are offered.
  11. A friend of mine recently had a car accident and has been advised the car is a complete write off. The insurance policy is in her name, and her partner, who she lives with is a named driver. Her partner purchased the vehicle for her on finance and so is the registered owner, and at the time his details were down as being the registered keeper. She was under the impression that he had sent the V5 to DVLA to put her down as the registered keeper, as she is down as that on the insurance policy. Yet it would now seem no documents have come back from DVLA to state she is. Though when she rang her
  12. post,,just seen your opost on lse. very nicely put if you dont mind me saying so......
  13. There are two forms of Gap 1. VRIP...this is a policy designed to put you back to square on so if the vehicle is an insurance loss the underwriter will give you what the insurance doesnt give you ...ie....bought a car for 11000 and its written off and the insurance pay out £7000..the policy will refund to you £4000, this puts you back at square one. 2. Finance Gap.. this pays off the outstanding amount of finance at the point the car is a loss. If you have put down an £8000 deposit and borrowed £3000 and they have sold you the Gap policy then you have every right to go to the FSA as y
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