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  1. Lets just say the amount is correct, I just want to know if they will accept my proposed payment plan and not apply for a warrant of entry to fit a pre pay meter, I dont want to dispute the bill. Thanks,
  2. No, unfortunately it has always been in my name. Thanks
  3. Hello, I have been renting an apartment for about 2.5 years which my sister has been living in whilst I have been working abroad. No council tax has been paid on the property to date and I have just had a call from the council (Salford) saying I owe them £2400 which has been passed back to them by bailiffs. I briefly explained to them over the phone that I will pay the money but in installments, to which they said they would send out a questionairre. I presume that the questionairre is going to ask for my employment details, NI number, employers contact details etc. I want to pay the money back with a direct debit of £75 a month and I will pay installments of around £500 every 3 months however i do not want my employer to know anything about this. Will they agree to the payment plan? Will they negotiate with me without employment details? Will they contact my employer? Please help. Thankyou
  4. Hello, I have been renting an apartment for about 2.5 years which my sister has been living in whilst I have been working abroad. No council tax has been paid on the property to date and I have just had a call from the council (Salford) saying I owe them £2400 which has been passed back to them by bailiffs. I briefly explained to them over the phone that I will pay the money but in installments, to which they said they would send out a questionairre. I presume that the questionairre is going to ask for my employment details, NI number, employers contact details etc. I want to pay the money back with a direct debit of £75 a month and I will pay installments of around £500 every 3 months however i do not want my employer to know anything about this. Will they agree to the payment plan? Will they negotiate with me without employment details? Will they contact my employer? Please help. Thankyou
  5. I have been renting an apartment for about 2.5 years, I have been working abroad and to cut a long story short I have never paid any electricity for the flat (which my sister has been living in). Basically I have just had a call from e-on saying I owe about £3000 and they're asking me to set up a payment plan which they are going to call me back about in a couple of days. I am going to propose paying them a direct debit of £50 - £75 a month along with making payments of around £500 every 3 months. Does anyone know if this is something they will agree to considering the amount outstanding? I am really worried about this as my wife and I are now living in the flat with a baby and I do not want anyone to break in and install a pre-payment meter like they are threatening. Thankyou
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