If these accounts were listed in the IVA they are bound by that IVA. If they were not paid it is most likely a mistake by the IP firm and you should speak directly with your IP to see what is to be done. It is possible that these accounts were merged and there is a clerical error to blame but your own IP should clear this up.
You are fully protected from your creditors and advise Payplan that unless this matter is resolved quickly you will seek advice from a specialist insolvency lawyer and billing them for the costs. In addition if the grievance is not resolved you do have the option of complaining to the regulators although I think it would be hasty at this time. Contact the IP directly who acted for you as they may not be aware of the situation.
If you want to speak to your IP direct as Michael suggests, you can contact him via this link:
The correct and legal answer is to advise you that the creditors ought to have been bound by the terms of the IVA, and therefore you should now pay them the same dividend as the other creditors received - possibly with some small reduction to represent dilution as all creditors would have recieved less if they had been properly included. If your IP has admitted that it is their fault, they ought to do the decent thing and pay up.
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