Offer accepted (judgment in acceptance)
If your offer is accepted you’ll receive a county court judgment from the court telling you to pay by monthly instalments. This form is titled “Judgment for Claimant” (admission).
The amount you'll need to pay each month is the amount that you offered in section 11 on your form.
You should send the payment that you offered to the address shown on the judgment not to the court.
Offer not accepted (judgment by determination)
If the creditor doesn’t accept your offer the court will decide what you should pay each month. You'll be sent a form titled “Judgment for Claimant” (by determination) and this will tell you the amount you need to pay each month.
If your offer hasn’t been accepted and you need advice on what to do next you can call us and one of our advisors will help you.
I didn't return my form
If you didn't return your claim form you'll be sent a 'judgment in default'. If this happens the creditor will set the amount you need to pay, this means they could ask for the full amount straight away or set the payment at an amount you can't afford.
If this happens you need to call us so one of our advisors can help you.