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Government's Money and Pensions Services launches new MoneyHelper website with info for consumers about CCJs

Money and Pensions Service (MaPS), the government's Single Financial Guidance Body, has launched its new MoneyHelper website to provide impartial money and pensions guidance to the public.

The site features a section on County Court Judgment (CCJ) debts and how to deal with them, which provides information about Registry Trust as the organisation that maintains the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines, and our public online portal TrustOnline.org.uk, with support with what to do if you get a CCJ including how to get a CCJ satisfied.

We're working with MaPS to ensure that this information is as accurate, easy to understand, and up to date as possible and we hope this will help boost public education around the CCJ process, helping to support and empower the financially vulnerable.

Read more here.