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can anyone help

my son in law was fined last year for not telling DVLA that his car was scrapped. He was fined £70.00.


cutting along story short,


he didnt pay the fine, well some of it he did as he was on jobseekers allowance and some weekly payments were taken from his benefit,

he then started work so those payments stopped and he forgot all about it.


He has now had a bailiff visit his home saying that he now has to pay £345.00.


He tried explaining that he doesnt have that sort of money, they have 2 small children and he is not a high earner etc,

but the bailiff said he is not interested, he wants the money.


He offered weekly payments with £100 lump sum first, but bailiff wont accept this.


He says he is coming on friday and unless he is paid in full he will be removing goods form the house.


He has emailed the company, Marstons and asked for the court ref numbers etc but they have ignored all emails.


We went to the court today with an N425 form and the £70 fine money and fee for the form, but they wouldnt accept it, they said its got to go to the bailiff.


My daughter is panicking about the visit on friday, as they do not have that sort of money.


Can the bailiff really charge all that extra in fees???


can they accept weekly payments?? (he says no)?


Why cant the court acccept payment of the fine direct?


how do u get blood out of a stone???


Help, thanks

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please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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he has just been to jobcentre and they have confirmed that from november to feb £5 a week was being paid to the court direct from benefit, so looks like he has paid this fine and some!!

he is now ringing the court to ask why bailiffs have been sent in when he has paid the fine.

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