I addressed mine to LYNN HOMER, they returned my prom note & BGC slip 2 month after sending it off so dont expect a quick reply
Heres the letter:
Dear Blah Blah
Thank you for your correspondance regarding the recent bill for outstanding class 2 National Insurance (NI) contributions.
Yoour NI record shows that you registered as self employed from 25 Feb 2007.
Every self employed person between scool leaving age (16) and state pension age has the legal liability to pay class 2 contributions for every week of gainful self employment.
An individual remains in self employment even if they do not work in a particular week. This means that liability to pay class 2 contributions until a person gives up self employment altogether.
Class 2 contributions have been paid up to October 2009.
The bill for £319.80 dated March 2012 has been issued for class 2 contributions due from October 2009 to 7 April 2012.
Please find returned the Promissory Note and payslip which you request we accept as payment of the bill.
Under the bills of exchange act 1882, part IV, a promissory note is an unconditional promise in writing made by one person to another signed by the maker, engaging to pay, on demand or at a fixed or determinable future time, a sum certain in money, to, or to the order of, a specified person or to bearer.
Since no payment has been recieved, contributions remain due.
I have arranged for a bill to be issued for the above amount.
Please refer to the back of the bill for the accepted methods of payment.
If you are no longer self employed please contact us at the above address or telephone number with the exact date you ceased.
Mr D Wright
they returned the prom note and BGC slip on 3rd July and you can see in the letter they were going to send another bill but so far nothing.
As far as im concerned the bill is paid because i offered payment and they politely declined, so the debt is discharged, i will keep the BGC and prom note as proof payment was offered.