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Hi, I got behind with a debt to a credit union a few years ago and was subsequently taken to court,

 

I was ordered to pay £50 per month which I have been doing regularly ever since via direct debit.

 

I have just come home today to a letter from a solicitors acting on behalf of the credit union demanding payment in full within fourteen days,

 

it is quite a large debt, about £9000 but I have never been contacted by them since asking me to up the payments or anything so I just kept paying.

 

I tried phoning them straight away but they were shut, just looking for some advice before I speak to them tomorrow.

 

 

many thanks

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They can sod off

 

Your payments are directed and set by the court at £50.00 a month

 

They cannot change that

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Have you ever checked with the named claimant they are getting your DD through?

 

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Have you ever checked with the named claimant they are getting your DD through?

 

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yes, I get a statement of account a couple of times a year and I have also checked my credit file which shows payments are being made.

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Who are the sols?

Who are their clients?

Sounds like ignore time??


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Who are the sols?

Who are their clients?

Sounds like ignore time??

The client is Leeds city credit union and the solicitors are Wilkin Chapman LLP, the letter states that when calling to ask for the credit union team so I presume they are the LCCU's solicitors.

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sounds like they wnt to bluff you and force you to pay more than the court ordered.

 

You can either ignore or tell them that you are paying the court ordered amount and they can go whistle.


Any advice i give is my own and is based solely on personal experience. If in any doubt about a situation , please contact a certified legal representative or debt counsellor..

 

 

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thanks for the advice, I will phone them in the morning and see what they say, I will post again tomorrow once I have more info from them.

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Fleecers!


Who ever heard of someone getting a job at the Jobcentre? The unemployed are sent there as penance for their sins, not to help them find work!

 

 

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Dont phone them. Keep everything in writing. You need a paper trail.


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