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as far as i know the only way to stop it is to pay the due amount sorry! or you have to pay within 14 days of judgment

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If the CCJ has not been issued yet, then there are a few things you can do to stop the procedure in its tracks or slow it down, however, a lot more information about the "alledged" debt is needed before anyone here can try and advise you which direction to take.

 

Who owns the debt ?

Where did it originate ?

When did it originate ?

What was it for ? (in general terms)

Have you aknowledged it ?

Do you dispute it ?

 

Plus any other info you can give.

 

But you'll need to reply fast, and act even faster if you are to stand any chance of succeeding.

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Hi

 

Can you help, have just received a final notice letter from bryan carter solictors confriming ccj proceeding against me.

 

What can I do to delay this action.

 

Mongoose

 

When you say confirming CCJ action - have they actually issued a court claim or are the yjust confirming this is what they have decided?

Watch the post for court forms.

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No ccj action via the courts, only a letter confirming the action BC plan to take, however my debt is small, the major costs have been bank chrages which I have disputed...........they make up nearly 30% of my debt...which I do not want to pay.....I will pay what I owe but not the fees attached by bank...please advise

Mongoose

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