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  1. Hello everyone, In 2009, I got a job in another country and moved away from the UK. I informed my bank of my relocation, but allowed them continue to send my post to my old address because I visited the address whenever I returned to London from time to time. In 2012, I requested that the bank begin sending all correspondence to a new UK address where my wife's family resided and where I would have more regular access to post. In late September this year, a resident at my former apartment (who happens to be a friend of mine) informed me that I had numerous letters there.
  2. A 'default judgement' was made against me after I had disputed a supplier's invoice at work. The supplier took his anger out on me when I would not authorise payment and wrongly named me as a 2nd Defendant in his online Money Claim. This became a huge problem for me because he had used a 4 year old address of mine in his claim. I received no papers and had no opportunity to defend the claim. Judgement was made 'in default'. I became aware of the judgement through 'checkmyfile.com' 3 weeks after the CCJ was ordered on 4 April 2014. I applied to have the judg
  3. Hi All Bit of a long one but I will keep it as brief as possible. I recently started employment within the financial services industry. Their policy is to check new employees for CCJs. Turns out that I had one dated Feb 2008 from HMRC (tax debt) to the value of £5648. Because of this, my offer of employment was withdrawn three days after my official start date - 19th August. I contacted HMRC regarding this CCJ as I had no knowledge of it. While speaking to someone, he instantly told me this CCJ is incorrect due to a mistake on their part and in 2012 they deleted th
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