I have been served with a county court judgement. What happens next?

CCJ – If you have been taken to the county court for failing to pay outstanding charges, and were unsuccessful, you may have been issued with a county court judgement (CCJ). This will stay on your credit rating for a long time and will hinder, or even prevent, you getting any kind of credit. You need to settle this debt with us so we can write to the courts and inform them that the debt has been settled.

In some cases, we will get an order from the High Court to enforce the debt and authorised bailiffs to seize assets, which will be sold to cover the costs of the debt.