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  1. Ok, where to start. Got a ticket (May 2010), appealed it, lost, sent a cheque, heard nothing assumed all paid. Out one Saturday afternoon (Feb 2011) and there's a 'you've been visited by a bailiff' pay £300 odd now or we'll kick your door in (notice of removal states removal in absence etc). So I call the number and ask what the score is, it's for a parking ticket he says. So I call the council, ask what's going on, they tell me it's not been paid, I ask about how I challenge this as it seems ever so slightly unreasonable to go from £50 to £300 with no opportunity to pay etc an
  2. Yes, their letter clearly states that they will remove goods in my absence if they return. With a locked house, one assumes that means they'll be breaking in. I'm quite worried all things considered. Will post in bailiffs now, thank you.
  3. No sadly not but I received nothing between sending that cheque and the bailiffs turning up. They state I hadn't been in contact but that is because I genuinely believed I didn't need to as I'd heard nothing at all.
  4. Ok, where to start. Got a ticket (May 2010), appealed it, lost, sent a cheque, heard nothing assumed all paid. Out one Saturday afternoon (Feb 2011) and there's a 'you've been visited by a bailiff' pay £300 odd now or we'll kick your door in (notice of removal states removal in absence etc). So I call the number and ask what the score is, it's for a parking ticket he says. So I call the council, ask what's going on, they tell me it's not been paid, I ask about how I challenge this as it seems ever so slightly unreasonable to go from £50 to £300 with no opportunity to pay etc an
  5. Thanks. I take it that its best to do the CCA thing by sending the £1 rather than as part of the case as presumably that route is now closed to him? If the CCA cannot be located or isnt enforceable what options would be open to him?
  6. Would it be too late to do that when the response has gone back to the court that the claim is not in dispute? Will he even get a hearing?
  7. Can no one help? Have I done something wrong in my request? He really is starting to get concerned so any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  8. Hello all, I've been silently reading your forum for some weeks now relating to a matter that I have personally with the old Lloyds/AIC Combo of which I've asked for the CCA but more on that as/if they respond. My request for help here comes from a friend who would be very grateful for any advice any of you good people could provide. He's got one of those M&S And More cards which started out as a chargecard and miraculously turned into a Credit Card at some point. Basically he's had a bit of a rough time in the employment markets and failed to keep an agreement to pay b
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