CMS took money for someone else’s child after mother randomly listed me as the father

February 16, 2018

In March 2015 a child maintenance claim was made against me. A woman I don’t know named me on her application as the parent of a their child. I disputed parentage straight away but the Child Maintenance Service (CMS formerly CSA) ignored my letters and refused to help me carry out a DNA test. They continued pursuing me and have since taken £4000 of my money and forced me to pay maintenance for some elses child with a detachment of earnings order (DEO).

• The CMS assumed parentage despite me telling them there is no way I could be the father • I was never named on birth certificate, never been married and have never had any children • My case could have been resolved within weeks but has now lasted over two and half years • Without permission, the CMS took my personal details from my employer and HMRC • CMS sent me threatening letters to take me to prison and remove my driving licence • They enforced an order to collect £212 per month which I could not challenge or contest • During this time I was unable to afford their payments and have since suffered ill health • A DNA test in May 2017 finally proved 100% that I am not the father • However – the CMS have continued ignoring me and my demands for a full explanation • They have also refused to return any of the charges they took from me even with my MPs help.

I have recently setup a crowdfunding campaign against unfair treatment by public organisations such as the Child Maintenance Service.


One Response to “CMS took money for someone else’s child after mother randomly listed me as the father”

  1. Derek Miller on February 20th, 2018 11:26 am

    They are complete scum, keep at them. email [email protected] who’s the big fish and demand he resolve your issue’s,

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