If you believe the bailiff has been overly aggressive and threatening and has left you in fear, then he may have committed a criminal act. Make a note of what was said, when it was said and the manner in which it was said and contact your local Police to make a complaint.
Also, If the bailiff’s behaviour has been unduly aggressive or threatening you can make a complaint to the bailiffs themselves and to the organisation that they are acting on behalf of.
If you believe the debt you owe is incorrect, you need to contact the organisation that is claiming the money from you e.g. the Magistrates Court or the creditor. The bailiff is unable to decide whether you owe the money or not. They are simply carrying out the orders of the organisation you supposedly owe money to.
Help and advice on all Debt problems is available at Farleys Solicitors, call us now on 0125 460 6090 or e-mail us.