So we have two data breaches. Firstly they failed to comply with the statutory deadline – relatively minor – but distressing all the same if you don't know where you stand.
Secondly they have committed a far more serious data breach by sending your data to 1/3 party address. It's only by chance that your personal data didn't fall into the hands of a stranger. This itself could be distressing
When did you first tell them about your address change? Do you have evidence?
Two days ago, ex contacted by mobile phone from a guy from SW's Affordability and Vunerability team.
Thankfully my ex took notes of the some of the details.
No reductions can be backdated from before September 2019 due to a interview conducted by someone from ORBIT who took down some of her financial details.
Having stated that he represented Southern Water in response to an outstanding debt.
Entry was refused, due to anxiety, interview carried out in the corridor of the flats.
Q: Who are ORBIT?
2) Moving fwd:
Two bedded flat under single occupancy (once all proof is established) would qualify ex for 20% with a further 25% off future billing reducing the annual bill from £465 to £251 approximately, under the New Start scheme.
However, £5 per month would then be added each month towards paying off the oustanding debt of £3698.00.
Not a mention of the amount that is Satute Barred, in fact he took the yearly bill £465. and multiplyed it back over the time frame on the claim.
He again made the point that the single occupancy issue could/would not be backdated. (All this related over the phone)..
3) Luckily ex has not agreed to anything.
I asked what the guy was like over the phone, she says suspiciously charming.
She was asked to text him back if she wished to comply with the offer.
She has not done that.
Seeking your advice first.
In light of other update from the CCBC.
They have sent N149A Notice of Proposed Allocation to the Small Claims Track, along with form N180 Directions Questionaire, along with a further enclosure EX730 Mediation advisory.All sent out on the 21st February received 25th Feb.
Unless we get the Staute barred section and a good reason for not backdating the single occupancy mediation offer runs out like a "take it or leave it start position".
Where to go from here?
Thanks for the help.
I apologise if this is in the wrong place, please move if so. Thank you.
An eviction that took place in 2014, with rent arrears of £3,200.00 with half of that amount now paid by instalments that continue to be paid.
My question is
will this eviction stay on public record forever?
or is it ever time spent?
and if it goes off record at any time is that only when the full arrears have been paid?
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