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Bailiffs and their charges and council jobs


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As you are aware of bailiff companies are now facing losses due to the recession. At the same time councils are looking for places to swing their axe. One such place could be your local parking department and council tax section. If enough people complain to their local council about how their council tax debt is being handled and or complain about how their parking ticket is being pursued by bailiffs including charges (especially if you never received a pcn etc) Then the councils should take notice and the axe will eventually start to fall on them. This also includes councils who will back their bailiffs all the way. You must remember as one department does not talk to the other and management only find out what is going on when you lodge a formal complaint. This should be directed to the Chief executive of the council concerned and marked complaint. Unless everybody who has been affected by these people kicks off more generations to come will be badly screwed over and we will be the only one s to blame. Remember when a council has a meeting with its bailiffs it only discusses how much money has been collected and as this is a free service the council wont give 2 hoots about how much the bailiffs have charged the debtor to collect in the first place.

 

I would also like once again to welcome medway council and its snoops for having a read of this.

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If enough people complain to their local council about how their council tax debt is being handled and or complain about how their parking ticket is being pursued by bailiffs including charges (especially if you never received a pcn etc) Then the councils should take notice and the axe will eventually start to fall on them. This also includes councils who will back their bailiffs all the way.

I think this advice should be extended to reporting the council/bailiffs to the police in cases where they have defrauded or attempted to defraud the debtor. Maybe then they will have to do something about the crime, rather than fobbing you off with "It's a Civil Matter", the excuse they always come out with.
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