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in January this year i started paying a ccj ,i made one payment then told by the dmc they have been told not to except any more payments by first national there client.since then i have informed first national several times through there new solicitor that i can not make payment. they are now going to take further enforcement action against me if i do not make an offer on payment.the courts agreed £80 a month.how can i pay if there is no one to accept it and why do they not acknowledge this.


any ideas

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If you have offered to make the payments and they have not accepted then you need to gather evidence that -


1/ They have actually told you this


2/ You have offered the payment every month and they have declined payment.


Who were you ordered to pay the money to by the court ?


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