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Post by mitch Yesterday at 9:21 am

I read a while ago that people that "unpaid debts" will be stopped from boarding a plane going abroad. I want to take wife and daughter abroad for a summer holiday but my credit score is very poor, there's a CJJ, and the ~8k hsbc debt that i haven't heard anymore about for three years now after having dealt with it using the three letter process although there's an uncollected debt collector entry for every month on the credit file. So I dont want to have waste hundreds for a holiday only to be turned away at the airport. Anyone have any info? Can they really stop you, is it a certain threshold of debt that triggers a ban? Is there a lawful workaround?

http://akashictimes.co.uk/brits-with-unpaid-bills-to-be-banned-from-going-on-holiday/
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Re: Debt ban from travelling abroad?

Post by Kestrel Yesterday at 10:42 am

I heard about this before, i think the news article when it came out, which i saw elsewhere is yet more fear porn - just like the "we can use our TV Detector vans to see if you are using a TV" bull...

The link you put does state 'fines & warrants', now debts are civil matters (yes i know the Council Tax is also a civil matter but criminality of the councils/courts would have you think otherwise).

What 'authourity' do the border agencies (or whatever you want to call these useful idiots) have in civil matters - none!

I believe the real & only exception is if a warrant was issued for a criminal offence & likewise a 'fine' issued by a court, council tax i would have an open mind on.

So if the CCJ you have is debt related i.e. alleged bank / c.c. loan or any other debt related issue i would not worry about it.

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Re: Debt ban from travelling abroad?

Post by daveiron Yesterday at 10:58 am

I see your point about laying out money on the off chance,However sometimes the easiest solution is to just ask .
Try a call to the border agency.

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Re: Debt ban from travelling abroad?

Post by assassin Yesterday at 11:51 am

This is interesting as most people travelling abroad will be in debt, most will have used their credit cards to book the holiday and most will use their credit cards to spend while on holiday.
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Re: Debt ban from travelling abroad?

Post by LionsShare Yesterday at 12:25 pm

@Kestrel wrote:What 'authourity' do the border agencies (or whatever you want to call these useful idiots) have in civil matters - none!

Totally agree!

Here is something I think the readers may like!

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“1. Institutionalized and legal power inherent in a particular job, function, or position that is meant to enable its holder to successfully carry out his or her responsibilities.”

http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/authority.html

Surely “Authority” would be a group of people that come together to form & look after certain public entities in a geographical area (county), eg public gardens, toilets, libraries, local roads etc., NOT the RIGHT to dictate “YOU CAN’T TRAVEL ON THIS PLANE”!
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