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  • leena
    started a topic Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Hi Guys, hope your all well, I've not been around for a while as all my debts have gone thanks to you guys, but my misses has a court letter as per heading, just after some advice really where to go from here and will they agree paying in instalment's, what we don't want is for them to take the car...
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  • stuffthebanks
    started a topic Think i dropped a clanger

    Think i dropped a clanger

    Huge mistake, very embarrasing if anyone read my original post.
    Teach me to make assumptions...
    Thanks guys.

    All the best...
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    Last edited by stuffthebanks; 21st April 2017, 19:19. Reason: Sorted now.

  • crazybeats
    started a topic Bank of Scotland credit card help

    Bank of Scotland credit card help

    I am going to go and try and speak to them in the branch tomorrow but I wanted some advice first and this seemed like a good site to start with and speak to other people. I should also say I called them tonight to explain the situation but it did not go well at all. I just want advice from others in...
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  • debtnewbie
    started a topic Catalogue default

    Catalogue default

    Sorry another question about a small Next Catalogue debt.

    • The default date has been set at July 2013.
    • At that time, the outstanding balance was around £50.
    • I wrote to the creditor advising of position and offering token monthly payment - this was declined.
    • The default - dated
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  • Carley
    started a topic CCJ - Cabot Financial/Restons Solicitors

    CCJ - Cabot Financial/Restons Solicitors

    Hi

    This morning in the post I received a court judgement dated 27th January 2017 for the sum of £336.63 plus £107.00 costs (£443.63). The claimant is Cabot Financial (UK) Ltd with the payment address being Restons Solicitors. I have checked back and believe this to be an old debt from...
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  • Difficulttimes
    started a topic 22 years old and over my head in debt.

    22 years old and over my head in debt.

    Hi.

    First of all I am new to this forum and would like to say how nice it is to see all the people giving advice and a helping hand to others. I'm sure 99% of us on here have been in debt and financial difficulty at some point in our lives.

    i will start of with a little...
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  • Difficulttimes
    started a topic 22 years old and over my head in debt

    22 years old and over my head in debt

    Hi.

    First of all I am new to this forum and would like to say how nice it is to see all the people giving advice and a helping hand to others. I'm sure 99% of us on here have been in debt and financial difficulty at some point in our lives.

    i will start of with a little bit...
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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  • JudgeDreddy
    started a topic Lowell and Court Papers

    Lowell and Court Papers

    Received paperwork this morning relating to an unpaid credit card amount (£500 ish) with costs and Court papers from Northampton CCBC from Lowell Solicitors.

    Anything I can do to stop this? I asked Lowell for proof of the debt about 2 years ago but received no response and didn't take...
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  • Disastra
    started a topic Link Financial

    Link Financial

    Hi,

    Link Financial have a charge against my house for a debt passed to them by a double glazing company. The double glazing company have disappeared (wound up/gone bust) a long time ago, and the work they did was atrocious and needs re-doing. Anyway, I digress...

    I've been...
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  • nanna58
    started a topic Gob smacked

    Gob smacked

    OK hubby being a builder did a garden wall for someone last year, at the end if the job the customer asked would he replace some slabs out the back ,he took up the old ones and put down the new ones .He did it cheaply as a favour because they couldn't afford much.A almost a year on and they rang again...
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  • Help with notice of issue of warrant of control

    Evening all, I've come home (live with my mum) to my mum giving me a letter which she opened as wasn't addressed to anyone just the address. Obviously I owe some money. Total to pay 172.25 including fees on this warrant
    Balance outstanding 978.97 after payment of this warrant.

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  • TRADE CENTRE WALES THE CAR COMPANY HAVE LOST MY NEW CREDIT AGREEMENT?

    Evening all.

    Well today has been a new one for me I have to say.

    I traded in a 2nd hand car for £500 and paid a £100 deposit to secure a car for my 16 year old son soon to be 17 in July.

    I bought the newer second hand car for my son about 2 months ago on finance
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  • Rent fees are a step closer to being scrapped

    Rent fees are a step closer to being scrapped

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 11th June 2016 11:37
    If you rent in England, Wales or Northern Ireland then you'll know all about those fees you have to pay when you sign a rental contract with a letting agent.
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  • Pension fees can cost 10% of savings, says Citizens Advice

    Pension fees can cost 10% of savings, says Citizens Advice

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 10th June 2016 13:23
    Withdrawing money from a pension fund can cost savers up to 10% of their retirement fund, according to Citizens Advice.
    The regulator, The Financial
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