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I thought it was about time I just come out and say who I used to be employed by, otherwise some of my posts will be a little irrelevant.

So, basically, if anybody has any problems at all with Jacobs or just needs some advice then let me know because I know their methods inside out. I'm happy to let anyone know anything they want to know. All I want is for people to stop getting ripped off by any company but obviously I know a lot more about Jacobs than any other.

Oh and just to explain, it's not actually a company but a 'partnership' with three partners in control.

I'm here should anyone need to know anything.

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Jacobs was the bailiffs company my daughter had problems with i did get her problem sorted out sorted out

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I'm not surprised to hear you had problems with them! Glad to hear you got it sorted. I know all the little tips and tricks though if people have problems in future and very glad to help anyone.

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have sent you a private message

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very brave man

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Did you know a bailiff by the name of Mr McCl******?


It's going to be an interesting year...

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Hi there,

Could you answer the following question:

Jacobs arrived at my husband's pbusiness premises and asked him to sign a Walking Possession Agreement stating quite clearly that goods would remain on the premises for five days. The debt was for business rates which he offered to pay on the day, but the council refused (they have since lied about this). Jacobs then proceeded to hike up the bill by several hundred pounds and stripped the premises of £20k worth of equipment (for a debt which originally stood at less than £500), preventing my husband from running his business. Are they legally entitled to do this?

I am at my wit's end because it seems clear to me that they acted illegally, but the council are refusing to admit liability, even though they employ these neanderthals. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks,

Jemima

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hi wonder if you can help.on tuesday my mum got a letter through her door saying jacobs were coming to remove goods in 48 hours.

She had an arrangement to pay them 104 per fortnight which she was paying.in may she was 6 days late with 1 payment and the next thing this letter was delivered. sha has since made all payments on time. she phoned the bailiff and he said he wants 500 by 2o'clock today or he will come with police to remove. is he just threating her or can he really do this

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hi wonder if you can help.on tuesday my mum got a letter through her door saying jacobs were coming to remove goods in 48 hours.

She had an arrangement to pay them 104 per fortnight which she was paying.in may she was 6 days late with 1 payment and the next thing this letter was delivered. sha has since made all payments on time. she phoned the bailiff and he said he wants 500 by 2o'clock today or he will come with police to remove. is he just threating her or can he really do this

 

NO THEY CANNOT DO THIS

 

lochnettie80 welcome to C A G

and tell your mum to try not to worry to much about this

there is plenty help on here it is always advisable to start your own thread Bailiffs and Sheriff Officers bottom of new page left hand side new thread

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hi wonder if you can help.on tuesday my mum got a letter through her door saying jacobs were coming to remove goods in 48 hours.

She had an arrangement to pay them 104 per fortnight which she was paying.in may she was 6 days late with 1 payment and the next thing this letter was delivered. sha has since made all payments on time. she phoned the bailiff and he said he wants 500 by 2o'clock today or he will come with police to remove. is he just threating her or can he really do this

 

A lot depends on whether your mother PREVIOUSLY allowed a bailiff to come into her home and levy upon goods which would have been recorded on a Walking Possession.

 

If yes...then a bailiff COULD return back to remove those goods listed on the Walking Possession. HOWEVER....was there anything in writing from the bailiff co to advise your mother that payments had to be made on a specific date and warning of the consequences if a late payment had been made.

 

If the bailiff has never previously been into the home and no goods have been levied upon then the bailiff cannot do anything. However you need to ENSURE that a car is not outside your home.

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