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  1. Go to this site, type bailiff's name in the search bar and go... http://www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk/CertificatedBailiffs/searchPublic.do?search=Brown
  2. Wonky, This is what they write on every early complaints correspondence. It is an underhand method of scaring the little people off by giving them the impression that it is going to cost the already penniless common vexacious pauper even more money to add on top of what they have already stolen from them. " Whilst we take all complaints very seriously and investigate them thoroughly, we will apply for costs in any case of a vexacious complaint involving court action."
  3. "However, is my complaint is vexacious then they will have to add legal charges" Yes ArrogantDuck, whatever you do DO NOT annoy Rossendales and do not dare to look them in the eyes. They find little people buzzing around them asking awkward questions very vexating and you will be swatted by their divine bureaucratic debtor swatter.
  4. Haven't informed the council of this possible little gem as yet Hallowitch, and I'd bet my left testicle that Rossendales did not forward a copy of that statement to the council either. All other copies of correspondence I've received from them have 'copy to Pendle BC' written at the end, this one does not. Also I note that in my SAR notes, the non-bailiff Ms ***** ***** claims to have spoken to my son and been "refused entry" (utter fabrication by the way). Therefore, according to her, she attempted to enter my house to levy goods. + the amount of correspondence I received from Rossenda
  5. Just to expand a little, this is Rossendales response at last after 4 Months of avoiding the same query asked of them time and time again concerning the certification details of the 'first call "bailiff"' "I can confirm that Ms ****** ****** was awaiting certification at the time of her attendance, however this does not impede on validity of visits undertaken by her. Should Ms ***** ***** have established contact with you, thereby requiring a levy to be undertaken, she would have been required to call upon the services of a certificated bailiff" I must note that Ms ***** ***** has NE
  6. One is not required to be a bailiff to incurr certificated bailiff fees. In fact anyone from any, or no proffession with any, or no qualifications may make visits on debtors on behalf of Rossendales and incurr certificated bailiff fees as long as they have the telephone number of a certificated bailiff to hand in the event that someone answers the door before they have a chance to run off. This is in Rossendales own words, in writing. Anyone with any links to rules and regs in the bailiff industry would be appreciated
  7. Pendledad, I've been off-line for a while and to save me time trawling through threads, have you asked for / received a Subject Access Request from Rossendales?
  8. I think you should be ringing the Council up straight away and ask them how many liability orders they have against you, how much each one is for and when they were handed over to Jacobs. Compose yourself and have pen and paper ready. Ditto what Hallowitch said.
  9. "I owe 512.60 and 700 to Jacobs" Are you saying you owe £512.60 +£700.00 to Jacobs? Any idea of how many liability orders against you?
  10. I think the good caggers on here will want to know what the debt is for. Oh and if you've had threatening phone messages from Jacobs make sure you save them, you may need them for future action.I would say that with your health problems you may fall in the 'vulnerable' catagory. Take care, your in good hands:-)
  11. Oh I do indeed, signed at the bottom "Ms C Bailiff of Rossendales Ltd." and another on the 18th. Plus the numerous occasions in correspondence that the complaints team referred to Ms C as their "bailiff" or "first call bailiff". Just a reminder Hallowitch, Ms C never attended her certification hearing and therefore never became a bailiff. She has never held a bailiffs certificate (unless of course it belonged to somebody else).
  12. Tomtubby, Hallowitch and all, Well it's finally arrived! There's a big pile of stuff to get through. One thing that's caught my eye though the last paragraph of a reply to some of the questions I posed concerning the certification of the "first call bailiff" Ms C ;- "I can confirm that Ms C was awaiting certification at the time of her attendance, however this does not impede on validity of visits undertaken by her. Should Ms C have established contact with you, thereby requiring a levy to be undertaken,she would have been required to call upon the services of a certificated ba
  13. Oh no! it was my fault! I wasn't in when the postman tried to deliver my SAR from Rossendales by recorded delivery and I must have lost the 'missed delivery note' that postie must have posted in my absence. Just received this email from the council after asking the whereabouts of my SAR- Dear Mr ********, Rossendales sent this information by recorded delivery on 9th August 2010. As the delivery was not called for, the Royal Mail returned it to Rossendales some weeks later. I have now asked Rossendales to resend the information again, by r
  14. Yes Tomtubby, clarification is needed with rergards to this. Rossendales believe that they are acting within the rules accordin to this part of a communication with myself. "It was not necessary that you signed either the inventory or the Walking possession Agreement, and consequently you did not do so. This levy incurred a fee of £31.00 calculated in accordance with Schedule 5 of the Council Tax Administration and Enforcement Regulations 1992 which we enclose. Only once a levy has been completed, can a van attendance fee be applied and this is also in accordance with the above
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