|Anything goes in The Snug, the GD's rebellious little brother. An off-topic den of iniquity for non-football/news related musings.
If you have an email fro Marstons get one sent outlining the current situation. Include in it that twice they have hung up on you - all helps if you want to make a complaint.
I can understand the DP bit as you are not the person they are chasing.
Typical debt collecting agents - bunch of knobs!
I’ve sent five emails to Marston’s office but no reply. All have received and read notifications.
Progress may be being made though as the bailiff has given me his private email address to send the electoral roll documents to.
It seems that he may be a decent bailiff but it is Marsden’s themselves who are not.
And today another letter arrived for my son - £115 owing for a different fine and threats of action.
I will of course be replying by recorded delivery tomorrow.
I think it has been resolved.
Marston Holdings office were completely unhelpful (twice people there put the phone down when I asked too many questions) but the bailiff turned out to be helpful once he realised we were genuine and reasonable.
He gave me his personal email address and I sent the extracts from Electoral Roll, which along with his report of checking our house, gave him the evidence to return the warrant to the court.
I’ve sent letters to the three courts and two collection agencies that my son is currently involved with the same evidence that he doesn’t live here.
Another final warning letter (for another fine) had arrived yesterday.
Many thanks to everyone who gave me advice and good wishes.
just a thought
Would it be possible to get a court injunction against your son
That way if any other 'collector' turns up you will have paperwork to say that he is not allowed with X distance of the property, let alone living there
I have no idea if this would work or if it is even posible
Maybe, but whatever he's done and does do I don't really want to ban my son from coming to his parents' house.