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hi guys,

Hope you can help me on this.

 

I recieved a county court judgment a while back, the judgment date was 13th may 2010.

I made a full payment on 11th June 2010. However this was marked only as satisified

 

I filled in the N443 form with a £15 Postal order and a statment from Bryan carter whom was the one that did the judment against me.

 

The statment states payment was made 11th june 2010 for the full amount.

 

I have recieved a certificate today which say the debt should be is marked as 'satisfied'.

the certificate also states 'date of final payment' was 24th june 2010.

 

I want this judment to be cancelled and not shown on my credit file. I know i paid it within the month. Please could someone let me know what the next steps are?

 

Many Thanks

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Hmm I would in the first instance contact the issuing court and ask if the evidence (statement from B Carter) was looked at when they issued the certificate, As you clearly paid within the one month and have a statement backing that up they should correct it I feel.

 

Just one thing tho... did the statement from B Carter definitely state that full payment was received on 11th?

 

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