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  1. Sorry to bring this old thread back. In short the tax credit have declined everything. I have approached the mp before but they said that they never advised my wife to claim as a single. I approached CAB last year in september, the person dealing with the case said that as we have got no proof, the only thing we can try and ask is for the debt to be written off on the grounds of hardship. They still havent replied to cab. In the mean time i applied for subject access request, the CD for the phone calls didnt work so i have applied for another subject access request asking for more papers
  2. I have just come off the phone from tax credit who said that i have exchausted all the avenues for an appeal as they have been rejected and the only thing i can do is to involve a professional body.
  3. I have searched over the internet and i have found some more information. Notional Offsetting Sometimes, tax credit claimants who form a couple or who become single, either because they separate or because one partner dies, are slow in reporting the change to HMRC or have been mistaken about the need to report such a change. Yet in many cases, if they had acted promptly they would have continued to be entitled to tax credits, albeit in a different capacity. Until 18 January 2010, HMRC would recover the whole of any overpayment arising on the old claim, but give no credit f
  4. Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone can give us any advice on child tax credit overpayment. I am from Pakistan and my wife is British. My case was in the home office for around 2 years and got my residence permit in June 2011. I applied for national insurance number and got it 31 October 2011. My wife and I got married in 2005 but due to me not having any paper work and due to problem with money we did not apply for my immigration papers till 2007. Because of all that my wife was receiving tax credit under single person. As my immigration papers went in the home offic
  5. Just went on Child Poverty Action Group website in the section of Tax credits: offsetting overpayments. http://www.cpag.org.uk/content/tax-credits-offsetting-overpayments The only difference between this example and our circumstances is that he was an asylum seeker and i am married to a British woman. GRRRRRR
  6. I have searched over the internet and i have found some more information. Notional Offsetting Sometimes, tax credit claimants who form a couple or who become single, either because they separate or because one partner dies, are slow in reporting the change to HMRC or have been mistaken about the need to report such a change. Yet in many cases, if they had acted promptly they would have continued to be entitled to tax credits, albeit in a different capacity. Until 18 January 2010, HMRC would recover the whole of any overpayment arising on the old claim, but give no credit
  7. Hello everyone. I was wondering if anyone can give us any advice on child tax credit overpayment. I am from Pakistan and my wife is British. My case was in the home office for around 2 years and got my residence permit in June 2011. I applied for national insurance number and got it 31 October 2011. My wife and I got married in 2005 but due to me not having any paper work and due to problem with money we did not apply for my immigration papers till 2007. Because of all that my wife was receiving tax credit under single person. As my immigration papers went in the home o
  8. Our area is covered by barking and dagenham council and we are allowed to park all day with a disabled badge. Would that go in our favour?
  9. Hello guys, I was wondering if you can help me. We live in parking permit zone and i have just bought a car, went to the post office and got it taxed(disabled) and the post office sent the logbook under my name as the car is now taxed as disabled. My wife and son are both disabled. My wife has got a blue badge where as my son is autistic. He is 8 years old and dont wanna sit in the back seat and the problem is that as soon as the car is parked he wants to open the driver door and run out so i have to be really quick to stop him running so as soon as i park the car i run out of driver sid
  10. Here is the linkk to that video of marston bailiff [EDIT] First telling my mrs to shutup and than calling her F****** C*** and now MR BAILIFF if you think you still gotta defend Marston or your friends or community than i think you need to watch that itv program again. The only difference is that not everyone got it on video and that is why when these kind of things come in front of the public all you hear is that this was an isolated incident.
  11. That was actually me who posted the video and the bailiff came to my house at early hours of the morning and he was the one who started it with my wife by shouting and telling her to shutup and using the kind of language you wouldnt think a representative from the court would use. I have still got that video and i will repost the video again( funny enough it was a marston bailiff). Our friend(bailiff) here seems to think that not all bailiffs are like that, well i can only talk about my experience. Even though the fine is paid in FULL, marston is still sending me the letters demanding there
  12. opal1310, trust me you are in good hands here specially with some of the members who got alot of experience dealing with these things. Like others have said, do not deal with the bailiff, dont call him and dont take his phone calls. If he comes to the door than ignore him and if he wants to post something than let him post but do not sign anything. As for his threats, if you have got a phone with camera or a camcorder than record anything he says as u can take his job on the basis of lies and the threats he is making against you by using his position. One thing i would say is do not miss a pay
  13. And we were thinking that the new law is coming in place cause the bailiffs were bullying and threatening people and the government was gonna do something to help people who are struggling. Now it looks like that if i owned a bailiff company than i would be rubbing my hands together and would want more of these new laws coming in place so i can earn more, **** the common man who is struggling the government seems to be on the side of people who are powerful and who can maybe give donations. SAD really.
  14. Like other members said, you dont have to deal with bailiffs and they cant force an entry( can only do in criminal matters e.g. magistrate fines) so they would lie to you as much as they can and try and scare you as much as they can to get the money out of you but if you stand your ground and dont let them in and dont have anything to do with them, they will have no choice but to send the debt back to the council and once they do that than all the bailiff fees would finish as well and you would only owe the council. Now as long as you making £50( or even less) regular payments to the council w
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