In Thailand I had a house and a car stolen and have been swindled out of a considerable amount of money by my Thai wife, which was going to service my debts. All the papers including the details of my CCJ have been destroyed.
I am living with friends and living a hand to mouth existence, whilst I try to regain my assets via the, long winded, Thai legal system.
I have written to what creditors I can explaining my position, and whilst some are being sympathetic to my plight, others are playing hard ball. The Co-Op bank have ignored all my letters and are blindly sending letters to my old address in the UK as well as piling up the charges, this week I had a letter from a debt collection agency forwarded to me. Amex started of sympathetically but changed their attitude overnight adding draconian charges and demanding immediate payment.
I have written to the County Court explaining the position asking that they notify the creditors, but I don't know if they have.
I cannot write to all creditors as all my papers, and laptop, have gone missing.
I am not trying to run away from my debts, as tempting as it seems, but feel I am being pushed into a corner.
Not really sure what my options are or indeed what are the options of my creditors.
Would be really grateful for any advice.