I think your getting a little confused here......for clarity.
A judge cant offer a Tomlin Order...thats agreed between the parties pre hearing.......once the hearing begins you either win or lose.
So your options are:-
Contact Lowells tomorrow and ask if the offer is still open.
Speak to the Legal before you enter the courtroom and try to agree one.
Or proceed with the trial and take your chance.....If Lowell refuse a Tomlin on both counts above you have no other option to proceed.But if you had not defended in the fisrt place you would already have a Default CCJ by now,
With regards to your employment...you need to seek advice from a Employment Solicitor any company dismissing an employee on the basis of gross misconduct because of a CCJ I would imagine is Illegal and probably unfair dismissal.
It was in the following case and this person won his claim and he worked for Barclays and HSBC Clearing Banks to collect cash and redistribute it under an agreement with the Bank of England called the Note Circulation Scheme.
you could always pay it with 28days and it wont ever show IF IF you do 'lose'
BUT...add to your notes..
that supposed signature 'box' is a copy and paste onto a set of T&C's they either got out of their filing cabinet or from the internet
its not aligned with the rest of the text. and has very obviously been copied and pasted from somewhere and that somewhere is not any exhibit or paperwork they have sent so where does it come from m'lud..
vanquis agreements for the time of your sign up do not even look the same as their recon.
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!