Executing a warrant

Discussion in 'Chit Chat & Introductions' started by Damo, Jul 24, 2016.

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  1. Damo

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    Well what a shame. My terms & conditions have been broken on an outstanding debt. No payment has been made for a few months now.

    Executing a warrant is next. So the ex customer is going to get a visit from bailiffs. All for the sake of £42.

    Such a waste of everyone's time and money.
     
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  2. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Is that the one you got CCJ on last year??

    Was it £2 per month or something daft she was meant to pay?
     
  3. Chris33

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    What terms/evidence that there was a contract in place do you guys find is enough to proceed with such action?
    I've now four or five that need this approach!

    And after letters sent to them,still no payment but I'd taken these particular jobs over the phone.
     
  4. Damo

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    It was £10 a month for 24 months.

    Evidence = loads
     
  5. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    Chris33 you will find that Damo and myself have taken a few punters to the dock along the way.

    I ahve even had two with zero proof but as they dont bother showing it's automatic in my favor.
     
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  6. Chris Dall

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    I know an old school guy whom prefers to stick their hose pipe through the letter box all day while they're at work
     
  7. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    We been over this many times before Chris Dall. Any such action (even just egging a customer) is criminal damage. End of.
    Anything where the customer will incur expenses to put it right is criminal damage.
    And besides I personally consider anyone that would condone such behavior a total ****** as they are acting like a total t₩at whilst representing our industry. They should go get a job stacking shelves in Tesco if they gonna take it so personally as to do something so childish.
     
  8. Taxlossloz

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    I agree (although mildly offensive to Tesco shelf stackers )
     
  9. Kennygggkent

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    Do you need both a first and second name to carry out the CCJ?
     
  10. Damo

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    Evidence,name and full address.

    This has taken a turn for the worse this problem. Will update when I can.
     
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