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Hi all

 

This is my first ever post so please bear with me!!

 

I had a bailiff call round early last year for non payment of council tax. requested a payment card to be sent to my mum's house as she was going to help me pay it in instalments. It never arrived. My mum had just bought a business and we came to an arrangement that she would pay it if i worked for her.

 

about 8 months later he turned up again to tell me nothing had been paid and told him he would have to talk to my mum and i would get her to phone him. she contacted him to ask if she could pay half then and half the week after and he never replied.

 

today i had a different bailiff come round for the same thing and was told if i didn't pay by 8pm tonight they would come and remove goods. i went to get the phone to call my mum and the bailiff decided that she would enter my house uninvited. i know you shouldn't let them in but my baby was crying for a bottle and my 2 year old was running around so i was somewhat distracted.

 

what i want to know is can i get anything done re the first bailiff for not dealing with the things requested? as i have now incurred more charges for it. i know i could have called them but don't see why i should considering it will cost me more money!

 

I forgot to say that i am now unemployed and receiving materity allowance.

 

Thanks

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First thing; Don't panic. Did the bailiff leave any kind of paperwork? If so can you scan it[minus personal details} so the more knowledgeable people can see if its worth the paper its written on. You can, if you wish pay the council online[it wont be refused] no matter how small it will show a willingness to pay. As you are unemployed and recieving maternty benefits

this may class you as vunerable and you should inform the bailiffs of this. If you search out Kelcou's post's in this forum

you will find many of her letters that you can adapt for your own purposes, I'm sure she wont mind. Are you a single mother?

I only ask because that may help. Get back with more info as soon as you can and I'm sure yu will get the help you need.

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No i am not a single mother but my partner is currently trying to set up his own business! Now that she has entered my property can she seize goods? Even though she was uninvited? I can pay the whole lot after begging and borrowing and selling my car but i am now stuck with 2 small children and i refuse to pay the extortionate prices on public transport!

 

My mum payed £250 in november.

 

They did a levy for a previous debt when i didn't know that you shouldn't let them in but that was payed.

 

I have just spoken to the council and was told that bailiffs do not return the debt to the council although i thought they did so that they could do an attachment of earnings or something!

 

This is all she left with me today.

 

Thanks for the help :-)

 

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cant read it its to small

 

the first bailiff that came did they leave a notice of seizure of goods and inventory

 

do you know what charges have been added to your account

do you know the exact amount of the liability order

 

 

not surprised you didn't get a payment card this is nothing new you make an arrangement to pay and the card doesn't arrive

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sorry i will try to attach it again!

 

the first bailiff on this debt or the previous one?

 

Previous one may have but i had been in hospital with my son as he was ill and was so tired i can't remember much about it!

 

the first one on this debt never came in the house.MARSTON.jpg

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sorry that didn't help! it basically says:

 

Removal Notice

Due to unpaid council tax

costs incurred today £0

Amount to be paid immediatly £543.23

 

Due to non payment we have attended your premises today to remove good. You must make an immediate payment to our offices in cleared funds to prevent re-attendance and removal procedures commencing.

 

Should you fail to make immediate payment we may re-attend your premises and remove goods even in your absence (as in accordance with the law).

 

Removal of goods will incur additional costs.

YOU will be liable for ALL fees, charges and costs incurred.

 

Should you be unable to pay in full it is imperative that you contact me immediately on:

Enforcement Agent .......

Telephone........

Ignoring this letter will not make the debt go away

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It does'nt look like they have made a levy. Is the £543 the amount you owe the council or have extortionate 'fees' been added, if so write to the bailiffs and ask them for a breakdown of their fees.end the letter recorded or they will claim they never recieved it!

Continue to pay the council on line. Did they turn up last night?

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