How to know if you have protested for free

Preliminary information

How to know if you have protested for free

Before we go into the heart of this guide and see how to know if you have protested for free, my golden seed fornirti alcune preliminary information that will certainly be useful for you to have a clearer idea about what to do.

First of all, I want to broaden what has already been said in the introduction of the article on the concepts of "protest" and "protested". As already mentioned a few lines above, the "protest" is the formal act with which the public official certifies the non-payment of a debt against a creditor. For "Protested", instead, we mean the subject who has not been able to honor the payment of a debt in the form of a credit note.

A person who is protested and who, therefore, has undergone the act of protest by a creditor for non-payment of a debt owed to him, is registered in a register of protests, which anyone can freely consult at the Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Crafts and Agriculture of territorial jurisdiction (and I will soon explain how).

Wondering what is the process that leads to registration in the register of protests? The creditor, once the protest procedure has been completed, asks theBailiff to ascertain non-payment or non-acceptance of payment. Subsequently, there is the publication of the debtor's name in theOfficial List of Protests, which generally occurs within ten days from the transmission of the public deed to President of the Chamber of Commerce.

As I told you, anyone can consult the register containing the names of the protested subjects: just make a request to the local Chamber of Commerce. I would like to tell you, however, that the operation is not free (even if it has very low costs). At the time of writing, to search for protests at the Chamber of Commerce, it is necessary pay a fee of 0,20 euros. Let me tell you in more detail how to get the job done.

Contact the Chamber of Commerce

How to know if you have protested for free

As I told you, to find out if you have protested, you have to contact the Chamber of Commerce, so as to consult the register of protests. You can do this by using the online service Telemachus to which it is possible to register for free (you pay only in case of effective consultation of the public directories), available directly on the website of the Chamber of Commerce.

To make the online request, go to this page on the Chamber of Commerce website, click on the button Access the Telemaco service and, on the page that opens, click on the button Subscribe. Therefore, select the type of profile you are interested in activating: Telemachus - Consultation, to access only the public registry consultation services, or Telemaco - Consultation + Submission of files + Request for Certificates, to access the service which, in addition to allowing the consultation of public registers, also allows you to send files and request certificates.

If you have the Level 2 SPID (I explained how SPID works in this other guide, remember?) or the National Service Card (CNS)click on your button Continue placed in correspondence with the wording Do you have a digital identity (SPID level 2 or CNS)? and, on the page that opens, click on the blue button Sign in with SPID o Log in with CNS and follow the instructions you see on the screen to access directly with one of the tools in question and "bypass" the registration procedure.

Otherwise, fill in the text fields Last name, Your name, Birthday, Country of birth, County of birth, birthplace, Tax code e E-mail address (if you decide to indicate your PEC, make sure you have enabled the address to receive NON PEC e-mails). Then click the button Continue.

How to know if you have protested for free

On the page that opens, then, provide the billing information: put the check mark on the option Private (or one of the other available options, if you are acting as the legal representative of another person), fill in the section Residence Permit of the form, providing all the requested data (Country, Province, Common, Address, POSTAL CODE, Telephone, Fax e Cellphone), and then click on the button again Continue. Verify, therefore, that the information contained in the summary are correct, and if so, click the button Continue (if not, go back to correct them).

How to know if you have protested for free

On the page that opens, read and accept the conditions of use of the service: tick the box Accept and then choose whether to receive promotional messages at the e-mail address indicated by placing a check mark on the boxes Express consent o Does not express consent. Next, check the box I'm not a robot, to pass the security check, and click once again on the red button Continue.

In the box that appears on the screen, you should see a message indicating yours UserID: keep it in a safe place with the Password which will be sent to you within about fifteen minutes via e-mail, to the address you indicated during registration.

At this point, go back to this page, click on the button Access the Telemaco service, click here Login, fill in the text fields Type UserID e Enter password with the login information sent to you by email from the Chamber of Commerce and click on the blue button Log in.

How to know if you have protested for free

Once logged in, you will be asked to customize the password associated with your account: then fill in the text fields Type UserID, Enter Old Password, Enter New Password e Re-enter New Password with the required information and click on the buttons Confirmation e OK, to continue. Then log in again with the new credentials by repeating the procedure described a few lines above.

After logging in again, click on the entry Protests located at the top left and select one of the search criteria from those available. Since you want to see if your name is on the list of protests, you can select the tab Protest data Name and write your name or that of your company in the appropriate text field. You can also use the other search criteria (place of residence e date of birth), by clicking on the appropriate tabs. When you are ready to do so, start the search by clicking on the button Start search (€ 0,20).

How to know if you have protested for free

In the box that appears on the screen, click on the button Proceed, click here Increase credit and fill out the form that is shown on the screen providing the amounts relating to the services you want to use to view the public information on the Business Register (a minimum payment of 6 euros is required).

Then click on the button Proceed e Continue and follow the instructions you see on the screen to provide a valid payment method. At the end of the operation, you will be able to check if your name appears in the protest register or not. If so, you should be able to view the various data that led to the registration on the register in question (repertoire number, date and place of deregistration, the nature of the title, the amount due, the reason for non-payment, etc. .).

How to know if you have protested for free

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