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  1. Thanks old bill I think that is the route I will be taking and will use the automated fone line to pay the 220 which I don't mind. Will keep you all informed
  2. Hi thanks for the replies. I have no chance of getting a loan and do not own anything in the house where I am at present as its my girlfriends house. My ex wife has all my stuff which even if sold would bring next to nothing
  3. Thanks for the reply hallowitch yes I knew about the fine and made 3 payments of 50 off it as arranged with the court as the woman I spoke to said the minimum I could pay was 50 a month even though I told her I couldn afford it. I know I should have got in touch with the court instead of burying my head in the sand but I am by nature a bit of an ostrich
  4. Hi this is my first time on the forum and I need help and don't know where else to turn. I am having trouble with Marston Group Bailiffs. In short I have just received a letter from my old address which was sent on 4th May this year saying I owed £220 which was an outstanding court fine of 135 plus 85 charges from marston. I went to their website to pay the £220 on friday night and was told I couldn't pay it. I rang Marstons yesterday morning to pay by debit card and spoke to a guy who informed the debt has now risen to 400 plus due to it being in the hands of the bailiff. I was told the extra money had been added because they have had to make a visit. Now as far as I am aware no bailiffs have been to my current house or my old address so how can they make the extra charge. I am quite prepared to pay the 220 but can't afford the extra 215 for attending. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am at my wits end with it now. thanks in advance
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