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Have you told the creditor your new address?
Yes, ok. But do they have your new address?
In that case, they are entitled to write to the old address. if you don't give them the up to date address they are entitled to presume your last known address is the correct one.
This might be the reissue of the claim form.
You will only be able to find out if the CCJ was set aside if you contact the court or check your credit file although that might not have been updated correctly.
But the setting aside of the CCJ only goes so far. They are still entitled to act upon it.
Can I clarify anything for you?
Obviously I will have no way of knowing why you have been sent this correspondence. There could be many reasons - mistake, new debt, reissue of old etc etc.
There is no realistic chance of monthly repayments now. They will want to secure it with a CCJ. You can try to negotiate but they are not likely to agree given that you didn't give them your new address.
Unless you get it set aside it cannot be removed in full. They may well add a default anyway so there is not much difference.
It may be fresh debt. I will obviously have no way of knowing.
I would imagine they were trying to agree a variation order on the CCJ.
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