High Court Enforcement threatening more costs and action after saying they had closed their file!
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In 2014 (over six years ago) I got a CCJ against me. I missed a payment and they instantly instructed HCE Group to serve a writ of control against me. They did so, but I did not grant them access, did not agree in writing to any payment plan, but did continue to pay the month CCJ direct to HCE. So as far as I am concerned they did not manage to execute the writ fully. Due to a change of banking, this payment stopped recently and HCE got in contact again after a couple of years of no correspondence. After a couple of email exchanges, they said they had closed their file. Now they are saying that they have been instructed to collect any outstanding monies due on their behalf. I asked for a statement, and they want to collect all their own fees as well. Currently I have refused. The question is, what position am I in? Can they continue to try to execute the writ? Shall I just pay the creditor directly? I’m thinking of asking a solicitor, but thought this forum might have some pointers that could start my investigation. I certainly don’t want them hitting my credit file again, or visiting my house again. Any advice or comments?
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