FAQs

Home > FAQs

Credit Report

Once you have paid the outstanding balance on your account, we will notify the Courts. If you have paid the full balance of the County Court Judgment within 30 days of the Judgment being issued, then the Court will be able to completely remove the County Court Judgment from your credit record. If you pay the full balance later than 30 days from the Judgment being issued, the Judgment will be marked on your credit record as paid or satisfied by the Court for the remainder of the 6 years that it is on your credit file.

Category: Credit Report

Your credit file will be impacted due to a County Court Judgment being registered. In the event you repay the debt after you have received the CCJ, the Court will be responsible for updating your credit file.

Category: Credit Report

Load More

Have we contacted you?

If we have contacted you, it may be regarding an outstanding debt. Contact Us

Set up a Payment Plan

There are lots of ways you can make payments to start to reduce your debt. Pick the one most convenient for you. Offer of Payment

Are you in difficulty?

Visit our portal to view your account balance, make a payment, set up an arrangement, complete an Income & Expenditure form and update your contact information. Online Portal