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How Many Fathers Don't Pay Child Support?

By: Chris Nickson - Updated: 8 Aug 2018 | comments*Discuss
 
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In 2007, the Liberal Democrats revealed that the Child Support Agency (CSA) had failed to collect maintenance in 34% of cases where one parent owed money. That figure was 4% higher than it had been in 2006, meaning more parents (and figures aren’t separated for men and women) weren’t paying their child support.

In fact, in 2006, the Agency had a backlog of some 330,000 cases and over £3 billion in unrecovered debt. That’s a lot of unpaid maintenance, and a lot of people walking away scot free. By late 2008, the CSA calculated the figure of those not paying to be 31% – that’s still over 172,000 cases.

How Did It Happen?

Much of the problem actually lies not with the parents – most of whom are men – but with the CSA itself. Since its establishment it had undergone problems, which were worsened by the installation of a new computer system that was supposed to speed up the process, but ended up causing chaos.

That’s not to say the CSA has been completely ineffective. In 2006/7, it prosecuted 485 people for non-payment of maintenance, and took the controversial step of naming and shaming on their website another 40 whom they’d taken to court for providing false information or no information at all. They added details of the proceedings in court and the sentences received by the guilty, all of whom were men.

Who Owes Money?

Among that large backlog of cases – which has been reduced, and the CSA estimates it can recover almost £2 billion of the money owed – are all kinds of people. There are professionals, labourers, those who earn a lot of money and those scraping by on benefits. There are some, like prisoners, who simply can’t pay, some who won’t pay because of disputes with their ex or over paternity, and those who are waiting to have their cases adjudicated. In Northern Ireland, the figure owed by absent parents is £3.6 million, and a stunning £41 million in South Yorkshire.

In other words, there’s no set demographic to those who owe, and they’re actually not all the deadbeat dads the tabloids claim. Many will pay, but there are also those who will have to be taken to court.

What Happens to Those Who Don’t Pay?

If a non-resident parent doesn’t Pay Child Maintenance, and the resident parent uses the CSA’s collection service, the Agency will contact the debtor to try to arrange payment, including arrears. It can access information from HM Revenue & Customs to try to track people down.

Where they can’t reach an agreement with the person who owes money, they can impose late payment penalties (up to 25% of the amount owing) and arrange to have the money garnished from wages as a deduction from earnings.

In some instances, they will take the person to court, although this is generally a last resort. The first thing they’ll do is obtain a liability order, and even then payment arrangements can still be made. In 2007/8, over 19,000 liability orders were obtained in England and Wales.

Where the CSA does obtain a judgement, there are a number of possibilities open to them, including the seizure of goods and disqualification from driving, which could affect employment. The guilty would also owe court costs. In total, 35 people were imprisoned in 2007/8 and another 400 got suspended sentences.

How the CSA is Changing

Although it won’t have any effect on penalties, the CSA was taken over by the Child Maintenance and Enforcement Commission in November 2008. It’s worth noting that the collection of child support is becoming more effective. The CSA collected £1.1 billion in the year ending September 2008, benefiting over 750,000 children.

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john - Your Question:
Please our granddaughters father has never paid to his childrens support. He has recently inherited a large amount of money. We as grand parents have supported our granddaughter and helped her to university using money we could not really afford, but we did it out of love for our granddaughter. Can her father be required to repay his daug daughters upkeep for all those years people have done for his daughter what he should have done. Yours Sincerely Peter

Our Response:
Child maintenance is based upon and calculated from taxable earnings only.
SeparatedDads - 9-Aug-18 @ 2:26 PM
Please our granddaughters father has never paid to his childrens support. He has recently inherited a large amount of money. We as grand parents have supported our granddaughter and helped her to university using money we could not really afford, but we did it out of love for our granddaughter. Can her father be required to repay his daug daughters upkeepfor all those years people have done for his daughter what he should have done. Yours Sincerely Peter
john - 8-Aug-18 @ 7:33 PM
The thing that frustrates me is with CMS is you (recieving parent) have to pay an upfront cost of £20 to open a claim, for that claim to take ages. The backpay is allowed in dribs and drabs, if they were forced to pay a lump sum from the date payments started to the date they actually paid then it would be less likely that they ( paying parent) would take months to pay knowing they can pay the bare min when they do! My sons dad was contacted via letter and phone days after me calling to open claim ( they located him whilst i was on the phone with them!), as he messaged me moaning about it! He has missed 6 payments so far, plus arrears with CSA from nov 2016 which i still havent recieved! Even though he works full time plus overtime he only has to pay 30p back a week on top of weekly payments. In other countries like america paying parents are jailed for not paying. CMS seems to be so laid back and not fussed about doing anything other than giving paying parents chance after chance to pay which suprise suprise the majority dont, so they (CMS) should use common sense that obviously they wont be setting up payments anytime soon. A part of the law should be made easier so they have more power & leeway to chase parents who dont pay and give them a hefty fine each time! Maybe then they will comply instead of living their lives and forgetting their children. For the record i have never stopped him seeing his child, that was his choice!
Lou - 1-Jul-18 @ 8:30 PM
I paid £20 for CSA services. I had a letter saying he was in the 0 catagory and didn't have to pay a penny. I never really wanted to claim CS in the past as I thought it was unfair as he was on Jobseekers. Unfortunately, when he did start work he was earning far more than myself as I was working for the same company. This ended up being a DWP error and hadn't closed his claim when he started work almost 3 years ago. I was advised to contact the dwp fraud department to kick-start closing the claim immediately as he saw it as a way out of paying maintenence if he didn't do it himself. The dwp informed me that as soon as it closed the systems at CSA would trigger an alert. CSA also said they couldn't get inland revenue information regarding his income? Really? I was in the same company and he is definitely a tax payer. Now he doesn't seem to realise that because I had to quit work due to a serious attack on our daughter, we are struggling to high heaven with UC. I've almost had to bite the bullet and visit a food bank. Still NO word from CSA. His income is more than mine by 1/3. He keeps saying he can't afford to pay as he has a lot of bills. I've ended up with 5 ccjs and about £17000 debt because I can only afford basic food gas electric and rent. I have informed him we need help. I've recently found out he applied for 2 houses in my street which cost £300 more rent than where he is now. I have battled and I'm still battling narcissism. He has money, it makes him feel superior that he's doing better than his ex wife, whether children are affected or not. And now, this weekend I needed up collecting my daughter from his house due to her being in tears on the phone and describing what is clearly known as emotional abuse that he was doing to her in front of his friends and showing them messages from me asking for money for food and explaining that I have to stretch UC amongst 4 people while he gets way more and spend it on all sorts to keep up with the jones' to show off to friends. We have a total of 3 children in my house. One is already stated that she never wants to go to her dad's again. That's one, when do I get blamed, when does this end? And when the hell are CSA going to move off their backsides and do something about this?
Coffeeisfuel - 24-Jun-18 @ 1:23 PM
Harrod - Your Question:
All these women on here complaining about men not paying but truth reality of it is women are no better there's a lot of men who can't see the children cos the woman likes to play god, which is so wrong in so many ways as men refusing to pay yeh? So why is there not no further help in this country for men in that position? Men can soon be thrown in jail for not paying for there child, so why can't women for refusing to stop being spifeful towards a child, ive not seen mine for 9 years cos of this law yet she's soon willing to take money if csa for that child

Our Response:
Child maintenance and child access have no bearing on each other. All non-resident parents (men and women alike) are deemed financially responsible for their children (if they are earning) whether they see them or not (through choice or otherwise). There is separate recourse for non-resident parents to see their children if the resident parent refuses. This has to be done via mediation or court. The court will always decide what is in the best interests of the children (as you can imagine every case is different and has to be looked at individually). It is not based on whether the non-resident parent pays child maintenance or not.
SeparatedDads - 1-Jun-18 @ 9:59 AM
All these women on here complaining about men not paying but truth reality of it is women are no better there's a lot of men who can't see the children cos the woman likes to play god, which is so wrong in so many ways as men refusing to pay yeh? So why is there not no further help in this country for men in that position? Men can soon be thrown in jail for not paying for there child, so why can't women for refusing to stop being spifeful towards a child, ive not seen mine for 9 years cos of this law yet she's soon willing to take money if csa for that child
Harrod - 31-May-18 @ 11:34 AM
Nice to see how many dads pay for their kids. Meanwhile over here is the mother that pays the father who never sees his kids. He owes me so much and that isn't even including the CSA payments he hasn't paid. I'm in the process of getting divorced, he hasn't seen the kids for 5 years (his choice we've always had an open door policy). We've been separated for 7. I'm paying the courts, I'm paying the solicitor and he's said the only way he will sign the papers was if I paid him. It was either pay him £50 or pay the courts hundreds because he wouldn't sign. I haven't received maintenance since I left and £7 a week just isn't worth the stress to be honest. I've helped him out financially in the past and at the debt he's in with me at £7 a week it'd be 4 years until we even broke even. Luckily I have a good job and an awesome family that pays for holidays for us and clothes my kids. They also help a great deal with caring for them too!TBH I find it shocking when any single father speaks about wanting to see his kids and genuinely means it.I'm just not used to that! I personally would be happy with a father who didn't pay a penny but was a good dad and would contribute to expenses such as trips, clothes etc when needed. I can see why fathers have their back up about this issue though but you have to understand it costs X amount to raise a child so long as your child is not going without your money is going on the child regardless of what the other parent is doing!
Hayley - 23-May-18 @ 9:47 PM
It's really ridiculous I'm also battling the same situation as one lady on here no payment for 6 months of my daughters dadhe's a waste of space law enforcement are on the case but is apparently a lengthy process unfortunately for my child the reason they can't track him is because he's self employed and that's were the problem is I await the calls
Kayl - 23-May-18 @ 12:24 PM
Hi Guys, Just after some advice before I contact the CSA.. I lost touch with my two kids for a number of years, when I finally found them, their mother started a case with the CSA. All good, I had a visit from a guy who took copies of two payslips and a payment scheme was set up. The problem back then was that the payslips were taken over a time when I had the chance to work overtime (probably the one time I had earned a decent wage). They set up a deduction from my wages because of what they said I owed in back payments, again taken from two current wage slips, this was too much and I ended up loosing my job and moving out my flat.. Fast forward to present day and over the last four years I have managed to get myself trained and am now in a resonally well payed job. The kids are both now in their 20’s and I’m still paying an agreed amount with their mother to cover the arrears. Sorry about the long back story, my issue is the original backdated amount was wrong, I don’t mind paying back what I’m due but I’d like it to be fair... Once this is payed I can give the kids the money directly each month so the sooner I can pay this debt the better. My question is if I contact the CSA now and ask for a re-assessment will this be done on my current wage or can this be done on the actual time period when the kids were away. During this time I’d put myself through university and worked mostly part time, so obviously the debt would be minimal, also I had another child who hasn’t been taken into consideration, also if they re-assessed me on now on my current wages it would probably work out I’ll owe more! What do you think my options are?
MarkyH - 24-Apr-18 @ 9:18 AM
Pinkkay26 - Your Question:
HiI need advice at the end of my tether with the CMS. My ex was in the forces has not seen my child since he was 3 (he is now 16) and his choice not mine. I made the switch from CSA in November as we were told was a better service. We have not received a single payment since the switch CSA battled for a long time to get the deductions of earnings order and this was never reviewed I didn't want to rock the boat and was happy with the £300 per month for my child. Since we went to CMS they upped the payments and told me that they had to give my ex a chance to pay which surprise, surprise he didn't just ignored all letters etc. Now the CMS have said nothing they can do because my ex has now left the forces and they can't trace him through HMRC. So now have to go to the enforcement team its been with them over 2 months now still no further forward. I feel I am banging my head against a brick wall and to make matters worse they send me letters constantly about missed payments and that they are looking into it. (its like rubbing my nose in it, that this is what you should have had)Just don't seem in a rush me and my child are struggling just does not seem fair. Has anyone been through the enforcement process and been successful? The arrears are in the 2k area now I just want some light at the end of the tunnel I am sick of battling or do I just try with my wages and doing all the overtime and cutting back to get us through each month and just forget about it. I'm exhausted mentally and physically the stress is it really worth it after 14years since the relationship breakdown still controlling how we live is crazy.

Our Response:
This is nothing to do with CMS, it is more to do with the fact your children's father has left the forces and is not traceable. CMS relies upon HMRC to give information on tax paid, so it can collect payment. As child maintenance is based upon earnings/income, if your ex is no longer registered to pay tax and is not earning or paying tax via HMRC, then money cannot be collected. CMS can attempt to collect the arrears once your ex has been traced. However, is someone doesn't want to be found, there are many routes they can take i.e leaving the country. CMS will attempt to trace the father, but it's not necessarily easy if the father is doing his best not to be found.
SeparatedDads - 13-Mar-18 @ 2:15 PM
Hi I need advice at the end of my tether with the CMS. My ex was in the forces has not seen my child since he was 3 (he is now 16) and his choice not mine. I made the switch from CSA in November as we were told was a better service. We have not received a single payment since the switch CSA battled for a long time to get the deductions of earnings order and this was never reviewed I didn't want to rock the boat and was happy with the £300 per month for my child. Since we went to CMS they upped the payments and told me that they had to give my ex a chance to pay which surprise, surprise he didn't just ignored all letters etc. Now the CMS have said nothing they can do because my ex has now left the forces and they can't trace him through HMRC. So now have to go to the enforcement team its been with them over 2 months now still no further forward. I feel I am banging my head against a brick wall and to make matters worse they send me letters constantly about missed payments and that they are looking into it. (its like rubbing my nose in it, that this is what you should have had)Just don't seem in a rush me and my child are struggling just does not seem fair. Has anyone been through the enforcement process and been successful? The arrears are in the 2k area now I just want some light at the end of the tunnel I am sick of battling or do I just try with my wages and doing all the overtime and cutting back to get us through each month and just forget about it. I'm exhausted mentally and physically the stress is it really worth it after 14years since the relationship breakdown still controlling how we live is crazy.
Pinkkay26 - 12-Mar-18 @ 12:59 PM
@honey .i don’t have a ex that promotes contract all she wants is my money so her and her lover can (eat expansive dinner go out nice place on my money ).why my daughter staves to death living on rice bubbles for breakfast lunch and tea .mothers like her ought to be ashamed of them selfs .im just battler snugging to make ends meat because I have to pay for her and her lover and never see my child .its a sad world for as men.
Chris - 1-Mar-18 @ 2:49 AM
I have been a single parent to my child for 12 years I left my ex when she was one years old due to domestic violence him being the perpetrator. There is a contact order in place so that he can see my child monthly but he has seen her approximately once or twice a year. I always make my child available for contact but he continually lets our child down. I know it’s a separate issue from maintenance but some men use contact as an excuse for not paying so I’m just making the point that I promote contact despite not being given maintenance. I am educated, I have a degree and masters i work full time and overtime - approximately 45 hours a week just to cover basic living costs. I am forced to spend longer hours working to make up for unpaid maintenance which means that I am less available for my child. I have reported to csa but not had a penny and they have asked me for a fee to reinvestigate circumstances - which although is a small fee it’s ridiculous. I no longer contact ex to ask for maintenance firstly as it clearly makes no difference as he does not pay and secondly I actually think he enjoyed the control of me asking him for something. When I did ask him he would say that I would spend this on myself. Csa have calculated that I would get 40 per week if he paid - how could this not be spent on the child?this would cover school bus pass, dinner money and weekly pocket money only. The ex has a job so why do so many get away with not paying. Csa have not progressed with any action for the last 12 years. What I resent the most is having to work more than full time, being away from my child for longer hours, not being home for my child after school. Parents that don’t pay ought to be ashamed of themselves. Despite all this I feel blessed as I watch my child grow everyday.
Honey - 1-Mar-18 @ 12:06 AM
Hi, isn't it deplorable that so many men think it's their right not to pay for their child and leave the women with the burden of earning their living whilst single handedly raising the kids. Whilst they still have "rights" to play dad once or twice a week, meanwhile slagging off the mum if they dare to make plans. Something needs to be done about this. Why won't anyone act on our behalf? This is sickening. I know there are great guys out there who provide etc and if you are one of them, good on you ! real men are hard to find. The others, hang your heads in shame
HS2 - 24-Feb-18 @ 11:19 AM
My son’s father has completely disappeared and I have no idea where in the world he is. Surely there has to be some better way of tracking these men, such as by their passport (if they have one) and then REMO can contact the country they are in to try and get the money back that way??
Worried Mum - 19-Feb-18 @ 10:54 AM
Herby2017 - Your Question:
Hi,I pay the full amount of child support that is suggested by the CMA, my darling ex wife has recently stopped sending clothes with them when I have them on a fortnightly basis.Should she not be supplying theseI had to battle through court for 18 months because of false allegations she made which all had to be debunked so this seems really petty.I am trying to got through mediation to have more time with the children as I believe making contact as more of a normality will be best for them.Thanks

Our Response:
Your ex is under no obligation to supply clothes for your children when they come to stay with you. Most non-resident parents have a separate clothes and belongings that cross both houses. Child maintenance is paid to help support your child's day-to-day needs.
SeparatedDads - 16-Feb-18 @ 10:48 AM
Hi, I pay the full amount of child support that is suggested by the CMA, my darling ex wife has recently stopped sending clothes with them when I have them on a fortnightly basis. Should she not be supplying these I had to battle through court for 18 months because of false allegations she made which all had to be debunked so this seems really petty. I am trying to got through mediation to have more time with the children as I believe making contact as more of a normality will be best for them. Thanks
Herby2017 - 15-Feb-18 @ 12:55 PM
Suzi - Your Question:
Do I have any chance of getting a child support from ex-husband who is basically homeless? He lives in a caravan and has no regular job. No big assets. At the time of working he paid only £80/month for a few months. Can he be in trouble for that in future?

Our Response:
Child maintenance is based upon earnings and tax paid via HMRC. If your ex is not earning, then he will not be deemed to be responsible for paying child maintenance.
SeparatedDads - 2-Feb-18 @ 2:48 PM
Do I have any chance of getting a child support from ex-husband who is basically homeless? He lives in a caravan and has no regular job. No big assets. At the time of working he paid only £80/month for a few months. Can he be in trouble for that in future?
Suzi - 31-Jan-18 @ 11:45 AM
My ex hasn’t paid a penny in child maintenance since 2011. Our child is 9 years old - so the majority of the child’s life. We went to Court in 2010 and agreed an order of £500/month. But he has defaulted since 2011. He then took the matter to the CSA who wrote to me to say they were reducing the court agreed sum to Nil. I left the matter alone for some years because I knew they battle was going to be extremely difficult. I then returned to the CSA around 2015 and never got anything. Now the case is transferred to the CMS and they have ordered £1/day maintenance and have not been able to collect anything. The ex opens companies regularly and then shuts them down soon after. 10 companies in the last 5 years. His self assessments are 3 years late so the CSA and HMRC have no figures to work with. His assets, I believe, even the tenancy to his home, are all put through his companies. Is this a complete dead end? The level of sacrifice I make (Willingly) is still unfair and hurts. He is happy to see the child anytime but never to put his hand in his pocket. I never received anything through our divorce settlement and turned down the judges offer of his pension and spousal maintenance. I say this so that no one cynical feels I’m not giving the bigger picture or taking facts out of context. Any advice would be greatfully received.
Pineapple - 30-Jan-18 @ 10:54 PM
Hi looking for advice my partner has a 19 year old son who has autism and is at college learning life skills, his ex went to the csa at the start of this year of course my partner refused to pay. The consequences was he had his savings account frozen and the csa took what was owed, he received a letter from the Sheriff court today I’m worried about what happens next. I have tried to tell him that our belongings can get took he could lose his van or worse case prison. He’s listened to others who told him not to have any contact with the csa, then there won’t be a case to answer. His son is receiving adult disability money from the social so why do he have to pay maintenance
Kez - 18-Dec-17 @ 7:32 PM
@Mud - I can't quite see your logic here. I'm not sure why your ex's threat to quit work is an issue if you are not receiving anything from him anyway. This is effectively bribery, which you should ignore. If he is earning and paying tax through HMRC, then you are entitled to make a claim through CMS. If your ex gives up work, then you have lost nothing (as you had nothing in the first place). If your ex gives up work, he will not receive benefits, so unless he has plenty of capital to live on he too has to manage somehow. It sounds more of an idle threat. I would be tempted to call his bluff.
OllieVG - 12-Dec-17 @ 12:11 PM
It's a fab system isn't it? One where it does nothing but make make parents aware it takes 2 to make kids. I'm actually facing a battle. My income working and tax credits are around £1,300 per month. I pay everything for 3 children and that's after £650 rent so we have £650 to get by on. However, my ex has £1600 coming in, after £450 rent is £1150. Refuses to pay any maintenence and says he can't afford £200 per month. He says he has bills to pay. He invites friends to his home showing off fancy items, ornaments, household goods. We can barely afford wallpaper because the financial responsibility is thrown at myself. He has now threatened to quit work if he has to pay maintenence. I go without to feed and clothe my children and have done so for 9 years. What can be done about this threat? Nothing! I just hope to god one day my children will see who their father really is. Another one who avoids the living costs of the children he helped make.
Mud - 11-Dec-17 @ 4:36 AM
Working dad - Your Question:
Agreed. I paid £500 per month for my child and was constantly told it was insufficient whilst she went out drinking every night. Then my ex loses custody and access to child and I take my child in and look after them properly. Now she hasn’t made a single payment in 11 months and csa are doing nothing other than sending me letters saying that they cannot collect and will keep me updated.

Our Response:
Much depends upon your ex's circumstances, whether she working or whether she is self-employed (which is always tricky as much depends upon how much your ex declares to HMRC). If you feel you are being treated unfairly, then you can complain, please see link here .
SeparatedDads - 21-Nov-17 @ 11:03 AM
Agreed. I paid £500 per month for my child and was constantly told it was insufficient whilst she went out drinking every night. Then my ex loses custody and access to child and I take my child in and look after them properly. Now she hasn’t made a single payment in 11 months and csa are doing nothing other than sending me letters saying that they cannot collect and will keep me updated.
Working dad - 20-Nov-17 @ 4:06 PM
Hahha amazing reading all these women squirming over payments, clearly in need of extra cash for there own benefits while the child gets a small proportion of it.... if the situation was on the other foot and they were the NONE payer they would do exactly the same!!! We are human and that’s how we work, it’s not a fair system for men, and women always get the good end of the stick, crap system and should be scrapped
Ms Con Artist - 10-Nov-17 @ 9:46 PM
I suggest we start a name and shame showing the names of fathers who don't pay (or are lying about income) ......and show what they pay/how many childrenthey dot pay for/their personal lifestyle
Bethy - 8-Nov-17 @ 7:27 PM
Char91 - Your Question:
I have a 6 year old son, but am no longer with the father. He is obviously supposed to be paying me maintenance. Only today he has decided he isnt going to pay me the money anymore but start sending £200's worth of clothes to my house every month!!! This quite clearly isnt practical nor sensible, seen as its to cover things like gas, electric, everyday living costs. He thinks that he should have a say in how I spend the maintenance, although he knows that I spend it solely on him and anything left over in a month goes into an account for him. My question is can he do this? I thought the maintenance was to be paid in money?

Our Response:
Child maintenance is for the day-to-day care of your child/children, as you say to help towards the likes of; utility bills and everyday living costs. If you are involved in a family-based child maintenance arrangement and your ex is not complying with the rules, then CMS can arrange your child maintenance on your behalf, please see link here.
SeparatedDads - 7-Nov-17 @ 10:00 AM
I have a 6 year old son, but am no longer with the father. He is obviously supposed to be paying me maintenance. Only today he has decided he isnt going to pay me the money anymore but start sending £200's worth of clothes to my house every month!!! This quite clearly isnt practical nor sensible, seen as its to cover things like gas, electric, everyday living costs. He thinks that he should have a say in how i spend the maintenance, although he knows that i spend it solely on him and anything left over in a month goes into an account for him. My question is can he do this? I thought the maintenance was to be paid in money?
Char91 - 6-Nov-17 @ 4:34 PM
Going back twenty plus years I paid child support for two children for five years and never missed a payment, this was arranged through the courts . A couple of years later I had another child and the mother left with the child when he was two , now the CSA got involved and demanded payments for the child that I could not make , the CSA also refused to acknowledge my payments for my other children because that was made through the courts . To cut a long story short I went to the USA and drifted for two years before I settled down , I never heard from the court or CSA again . The youngest child is now 22and I have regular contact with my two oldest children and I want to come to the U.K to see them while I still can because my health is going downhill fast . Will I be in any trouble when I get to the U.K. or will I be arrested?
Jack - 13-Sep-17 @ 12:38 PM
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