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  1. I'm 41 So I will need to agree a repayment plan to stop the bailiff action? What is the best way to do this and can the debt amount be reduced?
  2. If it's possible to set aside that would be my preferred option. The debt is several thousand pounds which I simply cannot afford to pay given my current income and virtually no savings. The thought of being locked into paying this off despite not earning near the income threshold and unlikely to do so in future has honestly left me feeling extremely low. I know now I should've been more attentive to previous letters but trying to deal with it now as best I can
  3. The years are from '97 to '99, last deferred 3 or 4 years ago I believe but they seemingly lost the paperwork. CCJ is on my current address but was obtained by default. I never actually graduated and as I say have never earned above their income threshold for repayments. Thanks for the reply
  4. Hoping for some advice on how to tackle this. I have a CCJ issued against me for what Erudio say is an upaid student loan debt (I've never earned above their income threshold for repayments to be due) and have since received notice they've applied for a bailiff warrant. Obviously I won't be opening the door to any such characters but what is my best course of action, to file a N245 form, contact them directly or something else? Any help appreciated
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