Finance application rejected due to County Court judgment (CCJ)?
If you have had a County Court judgment (CCJ) you’re not alone but as a result, you will be at risk of being declined credit by lenders due to your credit rating. For instance, this could prevent you from buying a car, getting a mortgage or a business loan.
The court has the power to set aside the County Court judgment (CCJ) but it can do so only in certain circumstances. The rules are complicated and the court will consider a number of different factors before reaching a decision.
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Almost daily I receive phone calls from applicants who have had past credit issues, who believe they have been unfairly treated by the judgment, and as a result are unable to get a mortgage; so we have teamed up with a legal firm who are experts in litigation and procedural law, and they will make the application to the court on your behalf which should improve your chances of success.
Once the County Court judgment (CCJ) has been set aside you can ask the credit agencies to update your credit record accordingly.
For a free assessment, we can put you in touch by completing the form below, and if your case has merit they will also run through the charges ahead of you committing to their service: