The Mortgage Warehouse principal Tim Lee has had a CCJ granted by a Northampton court which he says is for £2,593 and is owed to him for three cases packaged by Mortgage Times last year. The judgment against Mortgage Times was made on April 22.
Lee says he has yet to get his money and he will take further legal action if necessary. According to HM Courts Service, if a CCJ is not paid, a creditor can call the director of the company owing money to a hearing with a district judge.
Lee says: “I have been waiting for my money for months. I chased and chased Mortgage Times, even writing to the chief executive, but to no avail. I am still chasing with a CCJ and they still have not come back to me.”
The Mortgage Times head of marketing Payam Azadi says: “We are aware of this case and it will be paid in full by next week. We have a payment backlog but it is getting much better.”