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Hi Everyone,

 

Quick question - I have received my copy of the letter from the court explaining to HSBC that they have to pay me £3390. (My judgment letter) THis was 2 weeks ago. I have contacted HSBC but they just give me the run around..

 

Now what do I do? Do I have to do a warrant of execution...

 

all the stories on here seem to say as soon as the courts rule the banks pay up...

 

Any help greatly appreciated

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Hi welcome to the site.

You can issue a warrant yes but our experiences are that its not a fast process.

You may wish to consider using the services of an enforcement officer who will collect the money quite quickly for you and will recover your costs as well !!

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thanks for your response

 

I have searched for an enforcement officer but it isnt clear what I need to do

 

Could you please elaborate and maybe recommend an enforcement officer?

 

much appreciated

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