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Good morning, welcome to just answer. I am a solicitor and reviewing your question now.
If you have the evidence of the payments being made, you should not worry because you can defend the claim. A CCJ is not automatically secured, they must send your a letter of claim which you will reply to attaching the evidence of the transfers. They will then have to file the claim to the court and again you get the opportunity to defend it. They will threaten action but it does not mean they have a valid claim you can defend it. If I can clarify further please do not hesitate to send your follow up question. All the best.