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Alternatively, you can pursue the following options to recover your funds:
Use a mediation service, go to court, send a statutory demand or make someone bankrupt if a person or business owes you money.
Mediation is when an impartial person - trained in dealing with difficult discussions between 2 opposing sides - acts like a referee in a dispute.
There can be a fee for mediation but it is cheaper than hiring a solicitor and taking court action. The fee is based on how much is owed.
You can find a mediation service to start the process. Use the Scottish Mediation Network if you’re in Scotland.
You can make a court claim for your money if mediation does not work.
You can make a claim online if the money owed is less than £100,000 and owed by no more than 2 people or 2 organisations.
The court can order the money to be paid.
You can use a statutory demand to ask for money you’re owed from a person or business.
If they ignore the statutory demand or cannot repay the money, you can apply to a court to:
However, the costs are high and you may not get any of your money back. Get legal advice before doing this if you’re unsure.