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Collectica - Warrant of entry - old ignored TV licence fine

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Hi

 

I had the bailiffs this morning with a warrant of entry for TV licence fine for the cost of £610.

 

I didn't answer the door and they posted a letter and asked me to contact them.

 

He won't accept a payment plan and I haven't got the money or the goods to cover the debt.

 

It's from about a year ago I had just moved home I was pregnant and under the care of a physiologist for perinatal depression and anxiety.

 

I forgot they had even come my mind was else where.

They issued me a summons for cleavland court but that's about 60 miles away from my home so I just ignored it.

 

Fast forward to today and he is telling me to pay by 12 or he is entering my home.

 

I'm suffering PND and post natal anxiety and I am under the care of a health visitor and GP and on medication.

I fear this is going to tip me over the edge.

 

He wants my health visitor to ring him today and she isn't at work today so can't.

I've offered a payment plan but he won't accept it either.

 

 

Is there anything I can do?

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Hi

I have managed to stall him until Thursday as my health visitor is visiting me then.

 

He has asked her to ring him.

 

I'm so worried about this I have nothing of value but my son does have an Xbox.

 

I haven't let him and don't plan to, but can he just come in with a warrant of entry?

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For a fine (so a penalty from a criminal court, rather than merely a judgment from a civil court for a civil debt) : yes, they can force entry.

 

"Warrant of entry" usually refers to a warrant issued in relation to a civil matter (such as granting utilities companies the right to enter a premises), so does the paperwork actually say that particular phrase?

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It was a removal notice but hand written along the top it has warrant of entry written on it.

 

 

The handwriting isn't the best on it so it took me a while to decipher it.

 

 

It also has hand written on it to be paid by 12 o clock to stop entry to property.

Van/bailiffs locksmith.

 

 

That's all I could decipher.

The rest was typed telling me had attended the property.

 

 

It also said they have been before but they have never called or hand posted anything.

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Can I just ask a few questions.

 

Are you married or a single parent?

 

What payment proposal did you suggest to the bailiff?

 

How old is your baby?

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I'm married, baby is 7 month and he wouldn't even let me discuss a payment plan. He told me it was too late for that.

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The comments from the bailiff that he wants your healthcare worker to speak with him demonstrates to me that he must recognise that you have some degree of vulnerability. That in itself is a good sign.

 

Does your husband work? (I suspect not as otherwise the bailiff would have been expecting an immediate payment of some sort)?

 

Do either of you have a car parked outside of your home? If so, this could be at risk.

 

What payment proposal were you wanting to put forward for consideration?

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I was wanting to pay around £50 a month.

 

 

My husband does work but doesn't earn very much as only works part time and the majority goes on rent.

 

 

The only income in my name is child tax credit and child benefit.

 

 

We do have a car but fortunately or unfortunately it is in the garage getting repairs.

It was repaired for its MOT last week but two days later broke down and no one seems to no what's wrong with it.

 

My HV is very supportive so I'm hoping she will help.

 

 

Also do you think it would be worth me getting a letter from my GP also as I have been quite a lot for my PND getting support.

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It's time to bring Capita to book with the way they use salesmen and women masquerading as TV License Inspectors, a private company instigating criminal prosecutions. It has been found that the majority of the Capita Court Presenters who prosecute are not even legally trained:

 

http://tv-licensing.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/tv-licensing-court-presenters-are-not.html

 

One should never say anything, sign anything proffered by these chancers, people stitch themselves up with these charlatans. by engaging instead of closing the door and saying nothing.

 

Hopefully the evidence of the HV, and yes something from the GP would be useful should persuade the bailiff to pass your case to Collectica's Welfare Team, assuming they have one like Marstons do. They should be able to sort a plan out that is affordable


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Hi my HV called him this evening and told him how if any action went ahead it would be detrimental to my mental health.

 

 

He wants it in writing from her so she is emailing him first thing.

 

 

He is then going to pass it onto the welfare team at his office so they can look at my case.

 

Thank you for all your help.

 

 

Fingers crossed this helps

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In the meantime work out how much you can reasonably afford as a payment plan then divide the amount owed by that figure and you get the period over which you would expect to pay the full amount. That way you are pre-armed when the Bailiff acknowledges he has to accept a payment agreement. Stick to it and don't let him say that's not enough, you can afford only what you say and anything else is setting you up to miss a payment and incur further costs.

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