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Hi If a case has been issued using part 8, but a court rules part 8 is not suitable and that it should go onto part 7. The party has paid a fee on Part 8 that is substantially lower then it would be on a part 7 claim (4.5% of the amount claimed as its a large amount) Should the court be asked that the claimant pay the correct fee. ( An order has been produced which makes no mention of the fee) Is it worth bringing it to the courts attention, ? Any suggestions welcome
I have had a repayment plan in place with payday express. I have paid every single month without fail. It was for three outstanding loans. The total amount now owed is £220. They told me they would take the monthly payment amount and spread it over the three loans. However, about a month ago they started harassing me with 'escalation'. Perplexed, I mailed them - no reply. I checked my account and they have only taken the repayment amount off 1 loan mostly and have recorded a default on the other two even though I have it in writing that they would spread my repayment across all three loans. I have now mailed 6 times - got 'read receipts' for all of them. I sent a recorded 'signed for' delivery lodging a formal complaint last week. I've now just received a mail saying they have referred my account to a debt collecting agency. What the hell else can I do here?