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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post 'Mortgage prisoners' sue over 'unfair' rates

    'Mortgage prisoners' sue over 'unfair' rates

    Mortgage borrowers "unfairly trapped" on high interest rates when their lenders were nationalised are launching legal action against the companies they say are responsible. Some 150,000 homeowners are said to have been overcharged for years, unable to switch to a cheaper deal after their mortgages...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Chancellor plans High Street rates relief

    Chancellor plans High Street rates relief

    Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to announce a £1.5bn boost to small High Street UK retailers in the Budget. The financial package will include £900m in business rates relief for nearly 500,000 small businesses and a pot of £650m to rejuvenate high streets and their transport links. Planning rules...
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  • julian
    started a topic Summons for Magistrates Court

    Summons for Magistrates Court

    A bit unusual and not much info found. Has anybody any pointers?

    A colleague has had some work done on a party wall, with an agreed Party Wall surveyor. Unfortunately, last minute costs have been awarded to a neighbour with additional costs for the surveyor. There is no breakdown of costs,...
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Thousands of firms sued for rate arrears

    Thousands of firms sued for rate arrears

    Thousands of firms sued for rate arrears

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 22nd February 2017 07:06
    Thousands of businesses across England and Wales were taken to magistrates courts last year for non-payment of their business rates.

    The rates advisory firm
    ...
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  • MustGetStraigh
    started a topic Mortgage advice.. changing jobs.

    Mortgage advice.. changing jobs.

    I did post earlier about remortgaging. But we decided to wait as interest rates were looking to drop.

    Dilemma. Can currently get a decent drop in monthly payments though current provider, very easily. No credit check so can sort online and have sorted within days.

    However,...
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  • Balleriana
    started a topic Natwest advantage gold account

    Natwest advantage gold account

    I am trying to find out if anyone does know what were the benefits that Natwest had in their advantage gold account. Also when did they introduce car breakdown to their benefits. Was it included when the bank first had advantage gold account.
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  • Savings bloodbath at NatWest as bank slashes easy-access and Isa rates

    Savings bloodbath at NatWest as bank slashes easy-access and Isa rates

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 27th August 2016 07:32
    • NatWest cutting Isa and easy-access rates to just 0.01%
    • Means £1 of interest on £10,000 savings pot
    • Other banks are also making deep
    ...
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  • Northern Rock home loans stuck at high rates

    Northern Rock home loans stuck at high rates

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 25th August 2016 10:28
    as private equity firm which owns the debts refuses to pass cuts on

    Thousands of Northern Rock mortgage customers are stuck on higher interest rates after
    ...
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  • West Bromwich to refund £27.5m to overcharged landlords

    West Bromwich to refund £27.5m to overcharged landlords

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 8th June 2016 17:12
    The West Bromwich Mortgage Company is to refund £27.5m to thousands of landlords who were overcharged.
    The Appeal Court has ruled that the lender, which
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  • Licence fee dodgers to be fined more if they have Sky Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar

    Licence fee dodgers to be fined more if they have Sky Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 19th May 2016 16:18
    Penalties could be doubled for viewers who have subscriptions channels


    • Fines could double
    ...
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  • Google bans 'deceptive' payday loan adverts from search results

    Google bans 'deceptive' payday loan adverts from search results

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 16th May 2016 16:16
    Google is banning adverts for payday lenders from its search results, adding the short-term loan industry to a blacklist that includes guns, tobacco
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  • AAD News Feed
    started a topic Mental health and debt problems:

    Mental health and debt problems:

    Mental health and debt problems:

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 4th March 2016 13:17
    Much has been written about the easy availability of debt at a time of record low interest rates.
    The latest data showed that consumer credit was growing at the fastest pace
    ...
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  • How long do debts stay on credit file ?

    Our debts were defaulted in 2007 onward we started UE in July 2012 .

    We haven't checked our credit files as we don't want to wake up the creditors, but with things getting harder and harder such as wtc and now council tax help being based on minimum wage for self employed, we are looking...
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  • Deepie
    started a topic Indefinite low rates

    Indefinite low rates

    Lord Turner warns of indefinite low rates

    • Former City regulator Adair Turner has warned that without radical policies, the UK economy could be stuck with low interest rates "almost indefinitely".

    • He told the BBC "interest rates in the UK may not go up
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  • mas66
    started a topic Bad Broker Advice

    Bad Broker Advice

    I took out a secured loan of £23500 on a variable rate via a broker in December 2006.After a few years of the interest rates rising subsequently so did my payments, which is understandable. However after numerous interest rate reductions my payments have never been reduced by as little as 1p.
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