I have just found my original ccj agreement letter and I'm completely wrong my ccj was actually given to me in 2018 i thought i had it beginning of last year the debt on the ccj is £1591.95
On the enforcement letter its saying the original debt before they added enforcement fees is £1560.34 so I've been paying £10 per month since August 2018 why haven't all my payments been taken off
Item purchased from the United States.
Fedex import duty invoice is grossly inaccurate for costs of goods and delivery paid.
I provided evidence of the accurate value of goods and delivery and the relevant amount of duty to be applied.
Fedex decline to amend the invoice accordingly.
I have offered to pay the right amount of tax owed.
They have offered a good will gesture which still leaves the total amount of the invoice grossly inaccurate and inflated.
I have declined this as a gesture of good will and decline to pay any admin fee's due to their fraudulent practices and damages I have incurred as a result.
I now consider Fedex to be acting fraudulently given the fact they are in receipt of accurate evidence disputing their inaccurate import duty calculation but refuse to amend the invoice.
No PAP received.
I am considering legal action under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) 1977 under title VIII of Consumer Credit Protection Act for compensation should they fail any of the required processes pursuant to the debt.
Trading standards will be contacted on Monday, I am considering the financial ombudsman?
Grateful for thoughts/advice?
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