debt ccjs please help

#1
in on my way in soon have passed selection and going for my selection for my trade
selection soon. does it matter that i might have a couple of ccjs .
 
#2
ring recruitment officer and ask, if it is and you didn't tell them it won't look too good on your part.
 
#3
You must tell them, if they find out after you have joined, it will be "interview without coffee time" and you may find yourself as a civvie again!
 
#4
I was asked in selection interview if I had any debts, I do so told them, he asked if I could make the payments while on training wage, I can so its not a problem.
If you don't tell them and they find out (which they will) its goodbye and don't come back....ever.
 
#6
If you dont pay its a debt!!! Simple........
 

T.F.R

War Hero
#8
You will need to check up, in some parts of the country, if you pay within 28 days you will not have a CCJ on your record.

make some proper enquieries, financial mismanagement is frowned upon but i did serve with a discharged bankrupt once.
 
T

Tremaine

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#9
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#11
if there is no court order attached to it then a grand is nothing.

If there is, then you will need to enquire seriously ref debt discharge time etc. (if there is any for a CCJ)
 
#12
the thing is it is like a 600 pound phone contact. that i never used. they send it to an old address and all they got is my name and old address but the did say about balifs. i dont know whether that counts .
 
#13
Most of the population are in debt one way or another so as long as you can manage them on your wage without hardship it should be ok i hear. Situations change, people get into debt, thats life. Its a steady job and a regular wage, just the thing you need to pay off those debts so why not.
 

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