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Looking for advice please, I have discovered my 16 year old son signed up to soccersixes t&c's and ticked a box on line to say he was over 18 yrs old. All was going well until his team mates starting dropping out and basically my son has been left with spiralling out costs as he was unable to get a weekly team to play. Myself and his dad knew nothing about what he had done, until he confessed. I have written to soccersixes explaining that my son is only 16 years of age, and that he can not afford to meet these costs. I have also tried to speak to them, sent text messages and emails and they have all been ignored. Today my son received a letter advising he has amounts to be paid within 7 days or they may take court action. My son or ourselves do not have the money to pay. I accept my son is in the wrong for ticking to confirm he is over 18 but any advice would be appreciated.
Hi everyone. I have just found out that my son has signed to play in a soccersixes league which started at the beginning of the season. Like many young people he didn't read the small print etc. Over time the interest to play has wained and he struggles to get a team together, when he does they don't want to pay! Over time arrears have built up and he has now received a demand notice to pay up or they will issue a ccj and add on all late due, monies due to the end of the season and court costs. Owes £117.55 Remaining fixtures £351 Court costs if claimed £80 Total £548.55 My concerns and need for advise are as follows; 1- He was and still is 17 when he signed the contract (online signature). The form says he has to be 18! (idiot). No one else signed. 2- As he is a minor can they register a ccj against him and legally hold him to the contract. 3- Is the agreement covered by the CCA, if so are they not required to carry out due dilligence (ID/Passort etc). If someone signs to agree to pay something like this surely they need to verify the person signing is who they say they are. 4 - Surely they cant just issue a default letter without previous correspondence (there has been none) 5- Under civil protocol rules should they cease proceedings until resolved etc. Any help advise please as this is very urgent Thank you-worried parent