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I am about to do a check with Trust online. I know i have no nasties but worth £4.00 to check. Especially TV licence as well as any CCJ




Get through all the registration business and up pops card details powered by PAYPOINT asking as an extra precaution my address for bank card check. I have no objection to this in principle but the obvious question has to be do Registry Trust then have access to my new address??


I am not sounding paranoid it is just i had my brother living next door to me and he had issues with the CSA and the tax man (Late self assessment) returns.


What makes it worse is that we have the same initial for our forename and DOB as we are twins

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Yes, if you give them the new address, then they will have access to it. I think also the credit reference agencies will then have access to it.

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Tol does not share ddata


Why not use a cra provider?


They will show everything bar a charging order

But will show the ccj that would be needed first esp if it was within 6yrs



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Well i bite the bullet and get the report from the Registry Trust.


Nothing registered, that is either CCJ or Magistrates fines. You never know with TV Licence:mad2:


I have also today transferred my name to the new electoral register here in Northern Ireland anyway as i picked up my keys today for my new place.


It is so nice now not to be looking over your shoulder


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Nothing registered, that is either CCJ or Magistrates fines. You never know with TV Licence:mad2:


Not wishing to send this down the emotive path of TVL and their ilk, but unless you have 'signed' their 178 form, then they are unable to

do anything, no mags fines, ccj's or whatever else they can magic up before they go to the wall!

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