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  1. Need some tips to help extend a 2003 undisputed and undefended CCJ. The Judgment Debtor fled the Country (UK) in November 2003. So, the CCJ could not be enforced. Over the years since 2003, I have discovered that lawyers, courts, debt collection agencies, bailiffs and sheriffs remain less than useless. Evasive Judgment Debtors don't invite or allow bailiffs and sheriffs into their homes. As a result, bailiffs and sheriff conduct business on the door step. They don't get much out of evasive Judgment Debtor con artists who know more about the evasions and laws than lawy
  2. Really appreciate anyones help here!! I ordered an iPad quite a while back now back in 2013 from Very. It never arrived and I only got an empty box. I complained to very.co.uk and they would not refund me. I contacted my bank and they suggested I raised a chargeback and I got my money back. I kept getting letters from Very stating I owe them the amount and if I do not pay I will be contacted by a debt company. I contacted my bank and was told not to pay the debt as I had not received the device. I now have a letter stating I have a default not
  3. Hi, I wonder if anyone could give me some advice on a matter involving my father and the DWP. My father has worked all his life and has not claimed benefit and last year he reached pension age and was informed that some DWP debt recovery department were going to make deductions from my fathers pension in relation to FRAUD case that apparently had been heard in court in 1994. My father has never been convicted of a crime let alone fraud like the DWP keep saying. They say my father owe them +£5k which the court ordered he paid and costs to the court. We ha
  4. I recieved a letter at my address in December 2012 of a company called parking eye and a fine of 60 pound sayin on November the 1st at ****** I drove into the car park and my total stay was for 2 hours and 18 minutes and I'm only allowed 2 hours. and it had two pics one off my car driving in and out! No face is clearly visible, after reading many forums I decided to ignore it. In January I recieved another letter saying I now owe 100 pound. I was a bit nervous but decided to ignore it. we're now in April and I have now recieved a letter from debt recovery pl
  5. Hello, Can someone please help me - I am being chased for monies by MBS Recoveries. Money was taken out on my name by fraud and 5 years later I'im hunted down to pay the shortfall after the house was sold at auction due to repayments not made. I'm in dialogue with the bank and the Ombudsman - but im still sent letters demanding payment. I told them my situation and was left alone for a while. A week ago a Private Investigator turn up - he was apparently looking for me - i was still exactly where i was the previous time - same work same house. Can they legally persue me if i
  6. Hi I wonder if someone can give me some advice. My boyfriend has received a letter, it was passed on via his old address about 2.5 years ago, so they don't have his new address. The letter came from Fairfax Solicitors on behalf of their clients Max Recovery Limited. He has never heard of them before, and it states that he owes this Max Recovery over £5k. It's really bizarre and we're not sure what to do. I was thinking of sending these so called Solicitors a letter but then again I don't want them to have my address, my boyfriend knows nothing about it, it's weird. If he calls them then
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