- Wed Jan 21, 2009 9:13 pm
He also forgot to mention to you, that interviews like this are very often conducted, when there is borderline evidence that a BRU could be issued.
Yes there will be tough questions, and he will want honest answers for you, he may well also be concerned that someone representing you may have been economical with certain facts.
For example if you had stopped gambling a few month before bankruptcy, but voluntarily entered into some form of support, he may want to know more about that support, and IF it is strong enough may waive a BRU ...... It does happen.
90% of these follow up interviews take place simply because there are things that do not make sense to the OR, and 99% of those are because someone else represented you ...... the OR want to hear the facts from YOU.
Do not loose sleep over this, I would strongly suspect it is the OR fact finding directly from you, rather than following up a complaint (Which is extremely rare in personal bankruptcies).