I have just received the paperwork form Payplan and they are signed on behalf of a J N Harrison (Supervisor).
Broke of London, your Dad and my ex sound remarkably similar. My ex owns property and has £1000's in the bank but because he is self employed and his accounts show a reduction in income, he gets away with it. My mother knows the score and the past history (I've had to involve the police before now due to his verbal and physical violence)and she has said she will pay off the debt for him just to get him off my back....and do you know what....he actually said yes to that! He'd rather take the money from a 70 year old, registered disabled pensioner than meet his own debt and responsibilities.
I do agree that he sounds like low life scum - your ex that is!
As to Mr Harrison, perhaps he has his fingers in many pies!
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The greatness of a man is not in how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.
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Thanks Broke of London, I've definately toughened up over recent years and my Mother has always been a tough old boot [:)]
Do feel as if I'm stuck between a rock and a hard place at the moment though. I really need to speak to a solicitor about my ex's actions and do my best to stop anything like this happening again but the cost is mind blowing - £160 plus VAT per hour and I'm told as a 'home owner' I'm not entitled to legal aid.