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Hi All, looks like a great forum!!!

 

My company has been given a ccj because we paid a suplier dircet and did not pay the factorer direct, we paid our supplier instead as we have done for 2 years because they are only based around the corner from us. The supplier used to collect cheques from us otherwise they wouldnt release materials. Is this legal for Barclays to do this or do they need a written credit agreement between my company and barclays? I have proof that payment has been made but Barclays have told us we need to pay barclays the payment again. The supplier has now gone bust and has a practioner in charge of all their book, the practioner has proof that the payment has been made but Barclays are still asking for payment and will not remove the CCJ.

 

Any help would be much appreciated my head is battered with it all?

 

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