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A letting agent says I must have a certificate of satisfaction even though the CCJ is marked as satisfied on my file. I wrote to the court with a cheque two weeks ago but I have heard nothing and they haven't even cashed the cheque. I tried phoning, but all I got were recorded message options telling to write in with a cheque!

 

Is two weeks a long time to wait or is it normal? I really want to get on.

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I would give it another week or so Margaret...this is with your local CC?

 

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Andy

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I would give it another week or so Margaret...this is with your local CC?

 

Regards

 

Andy

 

It's Northampton County Court. I am going to lose the bungalow I want if they don't hurry up! I don't know why they want it when it is already marked on my credit file as paid anyway. Thanks anyway, but what should I do if it doesn't start moving in another week?

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You could send a copy of the letter and proof of payment to the Letting Agent...some courts are running 3/4 weeks behind at the moment.

 

Have you tried using a different number for CCBC?

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You could send a copy of the letter and proof of payment to the Letting Agent...some courts are running 3/4 weeks behind at the moment.

 

Have you tried using a different number for CCBC?

 

I could only find one on their website. Trouble is it is not the letting agent, it is their referencing company who are being awkward. I can usually chat up a letting agent for all sorts, but when it comes to an anonymous third party it won't work. They are of the jobsworth variety and have no flexibility.

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T: 01604 470400

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For general enquiries such as procedure, update or query regarding an ongoing case, please contact the relevant helpdesk below:

 

All calls come through to our switchboard and are answered in strict rotation.

 

Northampton Bulk Centre (CCBC) 0300 123 1056 / 01604 619400

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Please note that incoming and outgoing telephone calls may be recorded for training and quality control purposes.

 

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That will keep you busy :wink:

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