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  1. Hi all. Will try to keep this brief. My daughter got a CCJ in 2012 for non payment of college / higher education fees . A writ was issued by Andrew Wilson in Aug 2013, we think this came through the post as we don't remember anyone visiting the house. We were in between houses so were renting at the time. we wrote and made an arrangement to pay £20 per month as she was only working part time to which they agreed. They also told us a £126 admin fee would be charged for this. the initial debt was £1770 , she has paid £920 and was considering paying the remaining balance and clearing the CCJ called them today to find out what she owed and to our absolute horror the balance is £2196. interest has been added at 29p per day . Enforcement officers fees have been added totalling £1345.79 !!! We have never had an enforcement officer visiting the property - why have these been added. Can this interest be added? Can someone please help , all she has tried to do is educate herself after getting made redundant and the poor girl has this noose round her neck with the balance just increasing . .
  2. Ok here is the deal. Around Feb 14 - We had a parking fine in Swansea council car park. Appealed to the council, got rejected. Went to the court (TEC) and the amount reached £82. Andrew James got involved, TEC helpline suggested I do an out of time application. Somebody from Andrew James visited the business premises to inform us that we need to pay £392. He went away that time without much hassle. Did out of time application but the appeal was rejected. Amount o/s at this time - £82 I spoke with Swansea Council who didn't accept the payment and told that I deal with Andrew James. I took a chance and posted a cheque for £82 to the Swansea council with Parking Ticket ref on the back of the cheque - Jan 15. Council banked the cheque and it cleared. Somebody from Andrew James came again to the business premises (owned and operated by a Limited Company) in Feb 15 to pay or they will take goods. Informed that it has been dealt with the council. He went away. 17 March 15 - Two bailiff's arrived at the business premises and didn't leave. Police were called but didn't do anything. Bailiff's started removing Ltd co's good and told us that they are aware that we have paid council the £82.00 but must pay another £420.00 there and then in cash or they will take half the shop away. I didn't agree and they started moving the items in front of many customers. To save embarrassment, we took cash from the till (£420.00) and they took the cash, gave the receipt, said thanks to the police for not doing anything and went away. Same day, I MCOL'd a £420 + court fee on Andrew James Limited and the claimant was my Limited Co. A few days ago their solicitors wrote to me to advise me that they shall be their legal rep in the court and they need particulars of claim. They also requested to know why the limited company has started the claim and not the "individual" on the TEC warrant of control. Any advise would be kind.
  3. Just a bit of initial advice. Just had a friend on the phone who has received a NOE from Andrew Wilson. Background; Friend split from his wife and moved out. He has moved in with a friend for the time being. He had a dispute with his accountant over extra fees that were charged that he did not agree to. He is not sure if this went to court (told him to check credit file) but I feel that it may have done. AW say they will be visiting the address he is now living at on Monday. He is the director (sole) of his Ltd company and the NOE is in that name not his personal. He has no personal possessions (other than clothes) where he is now living but does have the company van, tools etc. I have told him to register on here to give the story in more detail but he won't be back from work until after 5pm. Any advice that I can may be give him. Thanks
  4. A friend has been taken to Court (County) the debt has been transferred up to the High Court for enforcement, the debt relates possibly to goods supplied IRO £2.2k plus fees now. Case heard and dealt with end of 02/15 the defendant did not defend or make representations, this shows up on their credit file (checked today) The first the defendant heard of this case was the notice of enforcement posted this afternoon The HCEO has attended the property and left a NoE through the letter box. The HCEO is ........ The original case was heard without being defended. CCJ by default. I have advised the following 1. Complete a N244/N245 and to do so straight away so he can have the Judgement set aside 2. There is a Motability (MB) vehicle on the drive with a blue badge on display + the handbook from MB 3. The defendant is in receipt of middle rate care and high rate mobility DLA 4. The person is often out of the home having appointments 5. The only person in the home is classed as vulnerable for enforcement purposes (the partner) serious MH issues, documented and letters available on the spot 6. The total amount of goods in the home WILL NOT COVER THE DEBT. 7. The defendant is recently disabled and has the DLA award letters to hand if needed. 8. The enforcement address is a council residence Have I missed out anything of importance if so let me know thx
  5. Can someone offer some advice please? My husband had a dispute with a solicitor and they got a CCJ. He should have defended the case but didn't and it was ages ago now so I believe he is stuck with it. He has been paying them sporadically as and when he can afford to and the debt is now down to £660. He received a letter from an enforcement agency a few weeks ago and ignored it, he just paid another instalment to the solicitor who had the CCJ and thought no more about it. Now we have had a notice put through the door from this bunch at Andrew Wilson & Co which says they have a Writ. We have not received any notification from the High Court about any Writ (although I don't know if they have to notify us) and the enforcement details on the note only mention the CCJ from the County Court as the enforcement details, not any High Court claim number. There is however a Writ number at the top of their note but I don't trust this to be anything other than their reference number, it is just a number, no letters in it as you see in county court claims. We have no intention of letting these people into the house, which is owned by me and not him in any event. We have revoked their license to enter the premises with a notice in our porch window, which they must have read when they visited today. My husband intention is to carry on paying the solicitor direct as and when he can until the original debt is paid (they waived the right to interest in a letter to him). What I want to know is what rights, if any these enforcement people have? Can they take his car if it is on the drive despite the licence to enter the premises being revoked? If we pay the solicitor in full will they have to go away or are we stuck with them now banging on the door every few days? They have added over £1,000 to the alleged debt that they are now demanding, is this legal? My instinct is to ignore them and make sure they can't get in but I need some guidance please. Thanks for such a good and interesting forum.
  6. I own a hotel and came back from shopping to find a letter had been hand delivered through the post box. It was from an Enforcement Agent from Andrew Wilson & Co addressed to a former guest who stayed at my hotel many months ago. The letter states the EO will come back to take control of goods. I rang the number on the letter and got nowhere. I was told the EO has the right to force entry if necessary to carry out the Writ of Control. How do I stop this from happening.... Its not my debt, the person they are looking for is not here. They were quite intimidating when I phoned. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank You
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