Hi, welcome to Just Answer. I will help you with your question.
They are only entitled to the sum the Court has ordered, they cannot ask for more obviously.
However, interest is usually added to a judgment debt at the rate of 8% per annum, although this will not be the case if the court has ordered that interest is not payable. That is rare, and statutory interest at 8% usually applies on the outstanding balance of any judgment debt.
Does this make sense - do you know whether the interest they claim is this post judgment debt 8% amount?
the judgement says fixed does this mean they cant add interest
No, it doesn't mean that. They can still add interest. Fixed costs just means legal costs of the lawyers involved in the case.
can you tell me that this is a one off payment of 33 pound
Yes, it is, unless you choose to subscribe you do not pay monthly payments.
our payments have always been by standing order yet on there statements it says cheque payment received up till 2009 when it says standing order our arrangement was 100 pound on the first of every month and that happened but there dates for receiving payment was all over the place why
Don't know why - their records may not be very accurate.
You may have to prepare your own schedue of payments and compare them to make sure their interest calculations etc. are correct.
I see yoyu've rated the service as poor, why please?
because you have solved nothing
What did you want me to solve for you?
I can only tell you why something is happening - I can't check their payment schedule - I dont have access to that information.
What would you like me to do to help further? If I can, I will?
I'm sorry you simply appear not to like the answer and there is nothing I can do about that.