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  1. UPDATE!!! This morning we received confirmation from Marston Group that they have agreed to accept a payment proposal for the debt of £2800, we have agreed to make an immediate payment of £600 followed by monthly payments of £200. I would like to thank certain people on this forum for their assistance, and patience in explaining things in depth sometimes more than once! Thanks CAG team keep up the great work and have a great weekend!
  2. there are details I would need to give you but uncomfortable sharing with the world regarding vulnerable which I do believe matter, cant send private message as not had enough posts??
  3. so if bailiffs read these posts to see whats going on, how do you know they are not the ones giving the advice and playing you straight into their colleagues hand?
  4. didnt mean to cause any offense, you just dont know who you can trust or who you are talking to on these forums, and I for one find it scary!
  5. feeling very vulnerable Ive just read another forum which says that cag is sponsored by bailiffs co!
  6. Im so confused by all the jargon... The trial was in a crown court? is that the same as a high court? when I spoke to someone at the court re the debt they directed me to the Majistrates court. Who then said they could do nothing as it had gone to the bailiff co. The bailiff co not interested in talking, guess they make more money out of not talking if they talk they don't have to come out and cant charge fees! Ive heard that it is best to pay court direct not bailiff??
  7. can anyone help? getting desperate... the bailiff co says I can't submit a n244/5 not sure which one (because Ive defaulted on time to pay) but I cant see how sitting and waiting for the baliffs to realize they cant get anything, whilst their charges go up will help, there has to be something I can do??? Please any help appreciated...
  8. default on grant of time to pay Can anyone please advise. I have defaulted on a 'grant of time to pay' and have now received a notice of enforcement from (dated 02/09/2014) a firm of HCEO's I defaulted because I had to pay a family loan for money I had borrowed for legal help during the trial, but the court don't recognize family loans as priority debt. This is now paid and I can start to pay the order. We have a baby due in a matter of weeks and now the bailiffs are threatening The debt is for £2880, to stop them acting I have arranged to pay £800 tomorrow and they then gave me 6 weeks to pay the balance - honestly I cant afford either I have tried speaking to the baliffs they are not interested in setting up any other payment plan. I have tried the court and they are not interested saying now its with the baliffs there is nothing they can do. What I'm concerned about is my partner is 7.5 months pregnant, she owns everything in the house most of it on finance, if I cant afford it and don't own anything what can they do? please help
  9. Can anyone please advise. I have defaulted on a 'grant of time to pay' and have now received a notice of enforcement from (dated 02/09/2014) a firm of HCEO's I defaulted because I had to pay a family loan for money I had borrowed for legal help during the trial, but the court don't recognize family loans as priority debt. This is now paid and I can start to pay the order. We have a baby due in a matter of weeks and now the bailiffs are threatening The debt is for £2880, to stop them acting I have arranged to pay £800 tomorrow and they then gave me 6 weeks to pay the balance - honestly I cant afford either I have tried speaking to the baliffs they are not interested in setting up any other payment plan. I have tried the court and they are not interested saying now its with the baliffs there is nothing they can do. What I'm concerned about is my partner is 7.5 months pregnant, she owns everything in the house most of it on finance, if I cant afford it and don't own anything what can they do? please help
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