Covid 19 Status

In line with HM Government requirements to fight the spread of Covid-19 we have measures in place to ensure that we protect our staff, their families and the wider community, but also to ensure that there is minimal disruption to our customers.

Your access to online Multi Agency Credit Reports, Expert Help and Account Management remains unaffected. We take great pride in the support that we provide to our customers and throughout this period will do all we can to minimise the impact on our services. While the country remains in lockdown we will continue to support your queries via a dedicated and experienced team that will be securely working from home, and supported by a Management Team that will continue to be based at our head office and who will be able to provide customer support as required.

The security measures that we have in place to protect your Personal Data, in line with our Privacy Policy, will mean that some elements of our personalised support are affected during this period as our support team will be working with anonymised data when working remotely. Freephone access to our Credit Analysts has been removed during this period while we focus our efforts on continuing to reply to all of your emails and secure messages within one working day.

Thanks for your understanding, and we hope to have full customer support available as soon as possible and wish you well during these challenging times.

Warrant Of Execution

What is a Warrant of Execution?

A Warrant of Execution is a type of Remedy after Judgment which a lender can seek from the County Courts in order to enforce a judgment for any amount between £50 and £5,000. It is an order to Bailiffs to seize and sell your possessions to generate funds to pay the lender the cost of the judgment, court fees and any additional costs the court deems necessary.

Once a Warrant is issued, the debtor has 7 days to pay the full amount, if not, a bailiff will visit the debtor to seize goods. Any goods seized by the bailiff will be auctioned and the proceeds used to pay the judgment. The bailiff is not permitted to take certain goods, such as clothing, bedding or items required by the debtor to carry out business, such as work tools.

For larger amounts, a Writ of Control is needed, which is issued by a High Court.


Q: Can you stop a warrant of execution?

A: You may not be able to stop one entirely, but you can apply to the courts to suspend it, making repayments at a more affordable price for your circumstances.

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