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Discharged bankrupt and dept payment plan, scotland

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  • Discharged bankrupt and dept payment plan, scotland

    Im looking for some advice if possible. I am in scotland

    My husband and myself have gone thru bankruptcy, trust deeds and debt payments plans since 2012.
    All debts were included, and hmrc were one of them.
    Now after 2017 wen trust deeds and plans were cleared and we were discharged, hmrc have come along after not hearing from them since 2016, they have arrested husbands wage and despite letters and proof i sent them, they just ignoring me and also the company who sent them a letter confirming that debt was in trust deed and they acting unlawfully, they are just not responding.
    the wage arrestment for 517 each month means we end up in anauthorised overdraft.

    Can any help on how we can get hmrc to stop arrestment and accept the debt was in our trust deed please
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  • #2
    Hi POOCHIE

    You are basically saying that your debt to HMRC has been paid and cleared in 2017. No monies is owed to them, but they have started taking 517 from your husband's salary. You need put everything in writing, write a Letter of Complaint, Explain the background, explain recent events, tell them if they need proof you have it and tell them what they need to do to put matters right.

    Complain online, you'll have to register -

    https://www.gov.uk/government/organi...ain-about-hmrc

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    • #3
      Yes that is correct and i have already sent them proof and so has trust deed advisor ... but i will do as you suggest. Thankyou

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      • #4
        Let us know how you get on.

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        • #5
          Will do ... thankyou

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