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  1. Hi DX100uk the correct address has been on all the documentation from the original court fine and from the DC very reluctatly I have paid when i went on their web site and typed in the reference number it said the outstanding amount was the £8.75 when i spoke to them about this they said it takes 24 hours for the web site to up date with the new £235 fee because of the visit today from the DC can I try and claim it back ? Many thanks for your input
  2. Hi been in touch with the collections agent apparently its from an old court fine that i thought i had paid in full apparetly there was small amount of £8.75 still owing to Marstons they never once contacted me about the outstanding amount they have now issued an enforcement amount of £235 to collect £8.75 I'm absolutely livid what an absolute shower is there any thing that can be done agent says i cant pay in enstallments and that he will charge me again to visit a second time not sure how that works paperwork uploaded
  3. Hi No I don't have any outstanding fines or parking fines speeding etc council tax Not sure why he put Magistrates court on there with out any further info I will call them its says previous notices and attendances this is the first visit ! can he return and remove goods ? Many thanks no ccj's either
  4. Hi Honeybee no here isn't any info other than a reference number I have just checked my credit file just to make sure a debt co hasn't put a sneaky ccj on credit file clear I think it is an old electricity bill Marstons trying to make a collection
  5. Good Morning I have just received a rather threatening hand deliverd red final notice from an enforcement agent probably from marston holdings for the sum of £243.75 the only info has on it is reference number and client magistrates court i haven't had any dealings with any court claims recently. It says he will be coming back later at 7pm full payment needs or he will be removing goods I thought only high court enforcement could do that any advise would be appreciated Many thanks
  6. Hi Dx Many thanks 1. Paragraph 1 is denied I have never held a mobile telephone contract with Orange. 2. Paragraph 2 is noted but is irrelevant as I have never held a mobile telephone contract with Orange. 3. Paragraph 3 is denied for the above reasons. Therefore the Claimant is put to strict proof to: (a) provide evidence of the alleged contract with Orange : 4. As per Civil Procedure Rule 16.5(4), it is expected that the Claimant prove the allegation that the amount of £558.53 is owed; 6. By reason of the facts and matters set out above, it is d
  7. Hi Andy I was going to send this in my defence I haven't been able to sign in on line I called the court and they said I could email it to them 1 The Claimant’s claim is for the sum of £558.53 being monies due from the defendant to the Claimant under a mobile telephone contract between the defendant and orange (reference ..... 2 The Debt has been legally assigned to the Claimant and a Notice of Assignment has been provided to the defendant. 3 The Defendant has failed to make payment in accordance with the terms of the contract and the current balance on the accou
  8. Hello I am sending my defence via email today I have just put in my defence for this claim I put that I Acknowledge no debt for a mobile contract from Orange I have never received or seen the original Notice of assignment I have never had a Orange account
  9. Hi Andyorch Ok I have spoken to the court they explained about submitting my dispute what would you suggest i put down on my defence please
  10. HI Andyorch I filled out the claim form on the MCOL site using the password on the on the original form, do I also have to fill out the form as well ? Thank you for your input
  11. HI DX 100uk I have had letter back from saying that this was originally a o2 matter and as such there is no provision for our client to provide a copy of the service agreement or default notice in this matter statements have been requested and will be forwarded to you upon receipt as a county court claim form has been issued against you we suggest you complete and return the claim form including any offer of repayment you wish to make I thought I had filled out the form on line defending all of the claim the accounts been put on hold for 14 days should you fai
  12. HI DX 100uk I have had letter back from saying that this was originally a o2 matter and as such there is no provision for our client to provide a copy of the service agreement or default notice in this matter statements have been requested and will be forwarded to you upon receipt as a county court claim form has been issued against you we suggest you complete and return the claim form including any offer of repayment you wish to make I thought I had filled out the form on line defending all of the claim the accounts been put on hold for 14 days should you fai
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