Today I have received a letter from Moorcroft debt rcovery with demands for the sum that is subject to court action they add £45 as per instruction.
As I wait for court mediation confirmation, is this legal that SW keep adding money to it knowing that the matter is in hands of court.
They also warn me that they will apply for default, when in fact one was already spent.
Is this normal and legal to have kind of, two tracks for same money?
I didn't get a response for a while, but turns out the chap was away. Here's the latest response:
"Sorry I have been off for the last week, I will chase this up on Monday, I placed in in the hands of our Law firm as they are experienced in these matters"
I'll give them a bit longer although Monday has just passed.
I'm not out to score points. You asked a straightforward question and I gave a straightforward answer. The fact that it doesn't suit you is of no concern to me. I'm only concerned with posters being misled. If you want to argue the semantics of the language used (e.g. the difference between "void" and "set aside" or "must hear" and "cannot interfere with") I suggest you try elsewhere. The effect on the person making the SD is the same.
Just a quick question, you get 14 days from date of service to acknowledge, you then get an extra 14 days to submit a defence. Do the 14 days to submit a defence start from when you acknowledge or is it just always by 33 days from date of issue of the claim?
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!