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    The bailiff forced entry at 6.30 on the morning yesterday and I wrote to the fines manager yesterfay aswell, i explained my whole situation but she told me to deal with them.

    I didn't send my income details or make a payment offer. I just said I cant afford to pay marstons that amount and if she can take the fine back and I will pay weekly

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    They just rung my husband saying they're coming at 2.00 but i have to leave for an appointment

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    Update sweet chillie is i have been absoloute wreck for 2 weeks wondering why a bailiff wud break in for such a small amount when the whole world told me they wouldnt!! Hmmm well its because i went on another forum before this to get advice and the bailiff somehow found out about it and targeted me for it. Now things get very interesting, he threatens me on the 6th visit, yes he cane back twice AFTER breaking in, i go to a legal solicitor and guess what? This guy gave me wrong id details!!!!! Not even registered, Now police involved, investigating everything, solicitor involved, hmmmmmmm.

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    i did contact marstons not once bt twice to try and set up an arrangement, the office and the officer on the letter but they still broke in? Hmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namsey78 View Post
    its because i went on another forum before this to get advice and the bailiff somehow found out about it and targeted me for it.
    Hi Namsey have you anything from the bailiff that proves this at all? The bailiff could lose his license for that!!

    Are you finally sorted re the fine? Is there a payment plan in place or have the courts taken it back from Marstons as a result?

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    Making genuine vunerable people like me an example??? Ive been through 18years of hell and i left a really bad personal situation, was homeless with kids due to leaving that this is what i get for standing up for my self? I was genuinely bullied and all sorts for years but that made me really strong, my kids gave me the strength. I ask for help and then get targeted for asking for help? This is what bailifgs are doing now? They have nothing better to di than tosit there on the internet and look for vunerable people who don't know the law and pray and bully them, break into their houses to make an example of you so others can be bullied? Just because we don't know the law? Well thankfully people like me can find people who do know and can help.

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    Its being investigated by the police as to who he is, yes i did contact the fines manager, marstons have been made aware of the whole situation. Who the guy is, is yet to be identified. So why would he lie about his name? What was the purpose of that?

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    Busy body i did contact him, i rung him and he hung up on me!!! I didnt ignore the situation.

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    Expect the Bailiffs name to be on the paperwork the police should be able to view the video if it was used and kept maybe they will find he is registered maybe not.

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    I'm not believe me. What i want to know is why would he see a forum and target me and break in? He actually admitted that! On his 6th visit by the way. Why threaten me and thats after breaking in? Doesnt make sense? I guess thats up to the solicitor to deal with now i just thought someone else on here would know.

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    Hes not on any paperwork, the registered guy is, its just his phone number and name.

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    The worst they could do was to break in take my stuff, its all crap i dont have anything worth taking, Why keep coming back then?

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    I've got him on video!

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    I recorded him on my phone i mean

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    Well lets see what happens. I'm seeing the solicitor tomorrow, i'll see what he says.

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    Yes he did refer to it, he showed my husband the forum. This was after the break in. I will keep you posted after i spoke to the solicitor and lets see what happens. I need to deal with my kids, poor things have been ignored with all the stress of this for days, im just getting the solicitor to look into this The police have been told and he said its all been logged, if he comes back to ring them. Thats what im going to do. I just wanted to know if anyone else had had the same expereince? And if its normal for them to keep threatening you after a break in. The police and solicitor have said it's not but we shall see.

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    And no i only have the certified bailiffs name. The other guy didnt show any id, no name nothing, he said and i quote Mr ******** to you. Charming!

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    Thats what i want to know!!!! EXACTLY!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Chilli View Post
    This is very disturbing. Did the bailiff actually refer to a forum or a name on a forum? I'm concerned that no-one on this forum advised you about doing a stat dec using section 14 the Magistrates Court Act until I advised it and I hope this wasn't the trigger.
    I wouldn't have known that there was an option to do that before now

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Chilli View Post
    It's so odd. I think I've located your posts on another forum and again there doesn't seem to be anything that identifies you. You were advised on there to send in a stat dec saying you were unaware of the original proceedings. Did you do that?

    I don't understand how he has identified you by your posts. When exactly did he make you aware that he knew you had posted on a forum? What date exactly?
    I'd be interested to know this as well, although if it's the thread on a different forum that I have spotted (the OP's usernames are similar?) then at least they had been told this on there
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    I dont know that, thats what i want to know sweet chillie. Someone tell me? Even the police and solicitor were like why would he do that and how? If he hadnt bragged about it even i wouldnt know

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    I posted on this forum after the break in sweet chillie, i lost faith in the other one because the advice i got on there, the exact opposite was happening, hence the reason i came on here. He bragged about it when he clamped the car that inwas borrowing and threatened me before he went driving around to find the car. Found it n clamped it when he knew full well it doesnt belong to me, its used for a disabked person the badge is on the dash board n its used for work. Nice. Only reason i hid it is because i didnt want my freind to find out, its embarrassing but i came clean with her because she needed the car over the weekend. So she goes if he takes it she'll deal with it via courts as i have a video telling him who it belongs to.

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    If you are referring to the site I think, where you were told to do a statutory declaration saying you knew nothing about the fine when , by your own admission you did- then not only was it wrong but it was dangerously wrong

    If the car does not belong to you and was not near your property , how did he know about it.

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    Yes sweet chillie the dec has been done and sent recorded delivery because i genuinely wasnt aware of the orignal court case when they fined me. If i knew i would have gone to court and pleaded my case. I dont even know what date that was.

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    I want to know how the bailiff for my details and linked them to me from a forum, thats my main question and concern because this could affect others

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweet Chilli View Post
    Having given this thread plus the one on another forum several re-reads I can only assume that someone has alerted the bailiff to it - the thread on here isn't even in the bailiff section! I have to ask, did anyone approach you via a private message anywhere? It's not unheard of for bailiff's or those acting for them to send such messages.
    not via here to my knowledge ... although if @Namsey78 believed otherwise I would ensure it was looked into x
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    Yes i was

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    But whats that got to do with nething, that person was trying to help me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namsey78 View Post
    Yes i was

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    But whats that got to do with nething, that person was trying to help me
    Namsey ... was that person on here/from LB? Or from the other forum?? Could you send me the details please?? either by PM or email is fine by me xx
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    I dont know how to pm lol

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    He told me after on his 6th visit at 6.00am and drive around looking for the car and clamped it and then informed my husband there is £170 charge for removing the clamp as they can't do it someone else has to come and remove it.

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    I can reply to a pm not sure how to pm someone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Namsey78 View Post
    I dont know how to pm lol
    I'll PM you xx
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    Emailed you katie

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