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Dear All, it's official. I now have judgment entered against my husband and myself for the sum of £60k !!! (£38k debt + costs)all thanks to the halifax ( they may well have made it a million) !!!! we are a couple who were unfortunate, it seems the halifax were prepared to see this one out to the bitter end (maybe to prove a point)..and the end they have...... what have they acheived?????? so far nothing!!!
Now judgment has been entered does anyone know what there next step may be ??????
and if your reading this halifax or employees of halifax you can go $%*& yourselves.
amanda b x
-- amanda b (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 24, 2002
Sorry to hear the news Amanda. My posting is the one below yours. It seems we are in the same boat except this judgement will be against my husband and not me as I was not party to his mortgage ( but his ex- wife was). We have just celebrated our 4th wedding annivesary. The first 9 months were brilliant, we had both had bad marraiges before and we thought this was going to be a fresh start, but we were wrong the last 3 years 3 months have been hell. He has already left once saying I would be better off without him. He has now come to the conclusion that it is no worth fighting anymore. The Halifax made two children homeless (they came to live with us, and are still here), the Halifax have made our lives a misery. I hate the thought of them winning ( and her, as they do not seem to be chasing her). My husband is looking at a judgement of 17-20 thousand pounds, just because they never contacted him and she threw away anything that came through the post. It just seems so unfair.
-- Christine Singleton (Middleforth1@aol.com), November 24, 2002.
I am so sorry. I am not sure what your next step can be other than filing for bankruptcy. Seems as though the Halifax are on a roll...but what they think they will gain from their intransigence I do not know.
-- Too scared to say (email@example.com), November 24, 2002.
I am so sorry. Please see my posting to Christine. I know the pair of you have written to me, and I am grateful.
If you could both send me a run down of how this 'debt' came about, with as much detail as you can manage, I will include your emails in the questions I am writing to my MP.
We will not let the b&*^rds win"!
-- One Angry Mother (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 25, 2002.
Panic Not! Now is the time to offer a full and final settlement. Start your offer around £1500.00 they will probably refuse this, but they may accept 3.5 to 4k. It worked for me, and judgement was declared satisfied.
-- Daren Otsay (email@example.com), November 28, 2002.