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  1. I have today received a Statutory Demand for a debt totaling just over £3,800, which comprises original debt + £399.00 debt recovery costs.. The original debt relates to a Funeral Service, the original creditor is the Funeral Directors, the stat demand is issued on behalf of them by Redwood Collections Ltd, Croydon. Now I know I owe this debt, I buried my mother 18 months ago and buried my head in the sand with grieving and depression. So now it really has come to bite me in the ****. Just before my mother passed, she was paying off the funeral of her second husband (not my father), I do believe the balance that was remaining on that when she died has also been put onto my debt, but would have to confirm that when I find all the paper work. I am on Employment Support Allowance and receive around £60 p/w. What can I do now? Does anyone have any advice? Thanks in advance. If this is in the wrong place, then please accept my apologies and move. thepalace1
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