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Court fine, missed payment. One Marstons visit adds £310 to my £70 remaining debt?

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Thanks DX you really have helped people my mum has also used this site and told others of the support she got amazing people. 

 

I don't mind paying what I owe but considering the original debt was £360 I did not do bad only having owed £70 - £15 they refused to accept the payment and sent it to the robbers to make more money have they got shares?? 

 

Also just for information for others I owed £60 for another fine because of a neighbour row

the courts took the payment out of my UC benefit and the debt was settled

so what makes this one different

strange they can do what feel to do which is wrong. 

 

Hopefully I can fight this with your help. 

Thanks a million the fight goes on.

 

Regards,

 

 

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Just received an e-mail from Marston customer services stating that the notice was sent on the 7th October 2019

- which I have no recollection of receiving, date to pay amount of £145 deadline stated on notice is the 20th October 2019. 

 

They sent a copy by e-mail. 

What do I do now please.

 

 

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scan it up to PDF

read upload carefully

 

does it have your correct address for the date of issue too?


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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I will I will have to prints it off and remove my name and address has got my correct address

 

I will do this tomorrow have no printer at home.

 

Thanks for your time in responding

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I'm afraid I've had to hide your post with the notice on it. You've left on several reference number and the number and your address that you've scribbled over aren't hard to read.

 

Are you able to use a program like MS Paint to block out the details? You don't want your name and address, etc available on the internet.

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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I am so sorry will do it again thanks Honeybee

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No need to apologise, we're just trying to protect you. :)

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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OK thanks hopefully everything has been deleted

 

regards 

20200130153717961 (1).pdf

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Does this mean I have to pay them the amount asking?

 

Please advise

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it certainly appears to be the case, so the fees weren't added on the same visit...

 

I was hoping one of our bailiff experts would pop in 

but we seem to be very light of them these last few months.

 

 


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can they gain access forcefully and can they increase the amount.  Is it possible to set up a payment plan with them as I am on ESA

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On 19/01/2020 at 18:02, dx100uk said:

they can't don't let them in .

they'll need a courts permission.

very rare for missing a fine payment 

 

 

dx

 

 

as post 51


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Sorry for being a pain what do you suggest I do I am gutted just trying to keep my head above water

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you need to sadly contact the bailiffs and get an arrangement in place.

do not let them in and film them if they appear.

 

you could latterly p'haps appeal to the court that its unfair but as the experts seem to be far too busy to help on CAG these days, that's all I can think of myself.

 

 


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Hi

Sadly they can force entry when collecting a fine, not that they will but they can.

 

If you do not have anything of value, why not just let them confirm that. There is nothing to stop you moving any valuable before they arrive, and they cannot take things that you require to live. Also the will not take anything which would not cover costs of getting rid at auction.

 

Why did you default your arrangement to pay in the first place? Was there a good reason? Were you ill, did you have to attend to an ill relative, was there an unforseen event since the agreement, which altered you income.

 

Get in touch with the fines officer and ask if he can arrange a re-evaluation of you circumstances, there are facilities for this in the regulations.

 

Explain the problem, point out how unfair it is to have to pay all that in fees for just £75.

 

 


DO NOT PAY UPFRONT FEES TO COLD CALLERS PROMISING TO WRITE OFF YOUR DEBTS

DO NOT PAY UPFRONT FEES FOR COSTLY TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS WITH SO CALLED "EXPERTS" THEY INVARIABLY ARE NOTHING OF THE SORT

BEWARE OF QUICK FIX DEBT SOLUTIONS, IF IT LOOKS LIKE IT IS TO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT INVARIABLY IS

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