Avoid too much being deducted from your pay

It is important that you ensure that the deduction from your pay is correct before the deductions begin. This is what you do: Once you receive a notice of attachment proceedings, you can still pay what you owe by paying the entire amount. If you cannot pay the amount in full, attachment proceedings will be initiated.

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Attachment proceedings and documentation:

During attachment proceedings, we will consider what we should seek an attachment against to cover the unpaid claim. When we consider attachments of earnings/ National Insurance benefits, we base our calculations on the information registered about you.

However, there could be circumstances that we do not know about and that could lead to the deductions from your pay/ National Insurance benefits being higher than your finances can actually stand. It is therefore important that you document your financial situation so that the deduction is not set too high.

You do this by filling in a form about your financial situation and enclosing documentation.
Read more about how to do this here: Documentation.

Cancel attachment proceedings?

If you pay the total amount of the claim, the attachment proceedings will be cancelled.
This is how you cancel it:

Pay by card
You can pay by card in our online self service "Pay by card". Pay at the latest two working days before the due date. You can use a bank card with Visa or a Visa credit card / Mastercard credit card.


Pay in the bank
If you pay in the bank, pay at the latest one week before the due date to ensure that the attachment proceedings are cancelled.


Note: it may take up to five days before you can see your payment in the overview at "Din side" (your page).

By paying the entire claim (total amount) so the attachment proceedings are canceled - you will not be registered with a negative payment record (credit history). 

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