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  1. Hi dc100uk, We have no idea, we are only assuming it’s about the car as everything is in my name apart from that and we have no debt. As you’ve said they are part of the Marstons Group and I’ve done a google and they seem to specialise in automotive offences. We have to wait until the courts are open on Monday to find out what it relates to. The courts are West Yorkshire Enforcement Office, 100miles away from us. Are we able to do a Section 14 to get this restarted? Cheers
  2. Hello, My partner has received a letter stating she owes £845, details of what it’s for are not provided and they have a court warrant to reclaim the debt. Her surname was misspelt which I think is key. After calling the debt collection agency Callectia they could not inform us what it was for and they would need to ask the court. I asked how has it got to this, it seems they had been sending letters to our old address for 6 months and 2 weeks ago a bailiff visited that address. I believe it is at this point they worked out that the surname was incorrect and they did further searches and found our new address, although this one letter still has her name misspelt. As we never received any letters we were not able to pay for this from the first contact, which I’m assuming would be much lower, still not knowing what it is for. We also received a court date which we obviously missed. We have been told we must pay and you can’t go to the courts as you did not turn up, hence the warrant. It seems the debt company has managed to gain further profit by being incompetent and not send to our new address until the fee was much higher. I believe this could be a parking charge but as We no longer have the car which was registered at that address or live there, both for over a year, how could I have rectified this. If they did any check in the last year they would have seen the car was sold and registered to a different address but they still continue to send letters to where a car was registered in early 2018 and not the address of the person who owes the debt. Any advise is greatly received. Chris
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