Collectica distress warrent

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#1 Collectica distress warrent

Post by Billywhitley » 18 Apr 2017 10:07

Hi, apologies if I've posted in the wrong place.

I was fined around 380 pounds 2 year ago. I thought I had paid them off when collectica start hassling me for the 72 what was left and then 310 fees. I agreed to pay all of it split equally into three monthly payments. I managed two and the third was not possible. I thought I'd got away with it but now he's at my door with a distress warrent. So I've paid two payments of around 126 each and now my court balance is down to 32.63. What are my options now? I clearly know not to let him etc. I lost my job recently and have just made a claim for universal credit. I've literally nothing to give.

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#2 Re: Collectica distress warrent

Post by Billywhitley » 18 Apr 2017 10:09

I paid the 2 x 126 payments to collectica and they must have split the money and paid some off the court fine and the rest off their fees

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#3 Re: Collectica distress warrent

Post by Schedule 12 » 18 Apr 2017 11:35

Billywhitley wrote:
18 Apr 2017 10:07
let him etc. I lost my job recently and have just made a claim for universal credit. I've literally nothing to give.
You have had a change of circumstances.

Follow this: http://www.dealingwithbailiffs.co.uk/Co ... tances.htm


Once completed, you can do a recovery of the fees paid so far.
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Post by Billywhitley » 18 Apr 2017 12:23

Thanks for your prompt reply. I will do that today.

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Post by Billywhitley » 18 Apr 2017 17:35

Hi I've emailed them about remitting the fine. What would be the next steps if they say no? When I phoned them this morning and mentioned it, they said there is nothing they can do as it's now a distress warrant and ive already made a payment arrangement with collectica. She had an attitude and said it's with the bailiffs and ive got to sort it with them.

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#6 Re: Collectica distress warrent

Post by Billywhitley » 20 Apr 2017 15:35

Hi Jason. I told them on the phone I had a change of circumstances regarding my income. I told the fines office staff on the phone I want the warrent recalled to pay the remaining sum. She clearly said I'm not allowed which I had recorded. When I sent it via email they've now recalled the warrant and asked for me to arrange the 32 pound to be paid to them. How do I go about claiming the 250 in bailiff fees now. I'm absolutely broke. They're all corrupt

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#7 Re: Collectica distress warrent

Post by Billywhitley » 20 Apr 2017 15:43

Dear Sir

In response to your email I write to advise the warrant of control is being returned to this office. Please make arrangements to clear this outstanding amount to avoid any further action being taken.

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Rita Todd
Delivery Manager National Compliance & Enforcement Service | HMCTS |

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Post by Schedule 12 » 20 Apr 2017 22:02

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