FEES AND CHARGES
All fees and charges applied by CDER Group adhere strictly with the Taking Control of Goods (Fees) Regulations 2014 and related legislative requirements. These regulations describe 3 stages of enforcement action that must be followed by all Enforcement Agents, with set fees to be charged at each stage.
Once a debt has been passed to an enforcement company, the fees apply even if you pay the the person or organisation you owe money to directly. Until the total amount is paid, including our fees, the warrant or liability order that we are acting on still has effect.
The Compliance Stage Fee is charged when we first receive your case and send you a Notice of Enforcement. The Compliance Stage provides you with the opportunity to make contact with us to make full payment, or to discuss a payment arrangement, before we send an Enforcement Agent to visit your property. The Compliance Fee is charged for every debt sent to us to collect, even if there is more than one being collected at the same time.
£235 + 7.5% of the debt value over £1,500
The Enforcement Stage Fee is charged when an Enforcement Agent first visits your property. Your case will have moved to the Enforcement Stage either because you have failed to contact us within the specified timescale, or because you have defaulted on any arrangements you have made with us. We will only charge this fee once across multiple cases if we can reasonably take action on these cases at the same time.
£110 + 7.5% of the debt value over £1,500
The Sale or Disposal Stage Fee is raised when we have taken control of your goods and attend to arrange for those goods to be removed for sale. We will only charge this fee once across multiple cases if we can reasonably take action on these cases at the same time.
In some cases other charges will apply, such as the cost of hiring a locksmith, or storage and sale of goods. The actual costs of these expenses will be charged as fees.