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Here's the story.... About 2 weeks ago a bailiff visited my mothers house and demanded £315 in regards to a fine i failed to pay years ago. I dont dispute the fine as it was issued lawfully for a silly prank i was involved in whilst at University as a fresher, i know i know lol.... It started off as an £80 fine and has gone up due to this visit. Anyway i rung the above people and offered to pay in instalments as im a student who doesnt have £315 to my name, i offered £10 per week which i thought was reasonable seeing as my budget truthfully only allows this amount at a stretch, i was told i had to pay £25 per week minimum which i just dont have, the people were quite threatining and said they would send another guy around my house and the balance would go up and up, i was polite and tried in earnest to resolve this issue only to be told 'it's £25 a week or nothing', i simply cannot afford that. What can i do? Has anybody had dealing with these 'people' before? And before you ask i dont spend any money on going out as im a masters student, i simply cannot afford what they are demanding,the last thing i want is for them to give my mother stress, she works hard enough for what shes got without all this. Someone got some good advice?


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