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  • MellyJ
    started a topic Restons - Charging Order

    Restons - Charging Order

    Hi, I have been paying Restons £25 a month for ages against a credit card debt of about £5,000. I have now received a letter saying that they are applying for a charging order, what should I do next, I had returned and I & E form to them and offered to increase my payments to £30. I have a joint...
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  • Losttheplot
    started a topic Big ESA problem

    Big ESA problem

    Hello - my first post,
    i claimed ESA contributory in December 2012. I was on long term sick from work and coming to the end of my statutory sick pay and so was advised to claim ESA. I made the telephone application and was awarded it (ESA C ) without any problem - I had long term health issues,...
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  • Talk-Talk and claims for payment

    Hi all, if this isin the wrong section can a mod move it?


    One of my friendshas some issues with Talk-Talk that he’s at his wits end with. He’s retired andliving in social housing and likely isn’t bothered by his credit rating etc butwould like a resolution.

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  • tinkerbelle
    started a topic Tinkerbelle UE Diary

    Tinkerbelle UE Diary

    Posted in the General Debt Forum previously and am now starting my diary. Have recently retired and am unable to pay the minimum payment for a Barclaycard and Mbna credit card. Have sent out two CCA requests and have received a reply from Barclaycard
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  • Pension mis-selling: 600,000 retired workers owed compensation

    Pension mis-selling: 600,000 retired workers owed compensation

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 14th March 2015 11:15.

    *As the watchdog considers formal compensation arrangements for savers sold inappropriate deals, Katie Morley looks at how much they could be...
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  • tinkerbelle
    started a topic new poster seeking advice

    new poster seeking advice

    Hi, this is my first post. Recently retired on a modest income and am unable to meet the minimum payments on two credit cards.
    I am frightened at the situation I find myself in and would welcome any advice.
    I will make 2 new posts with details of each card.
    thanks
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  • Minister: Retired 'could be given right to sell pension'

    Minister: Retired 'could be given right to sell pension'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 5th January 2015 12:50.

    Retired workers could be given the right to sell their pensions under plans floated by the pensions minister. From April, working people will be......
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  • Deepie
    started a topic Prescription Cost

    Prescription Cost

    The charge for a prescription is it per item ?

    If you get more than one packet of the same item should you be charged more then once. ?

    Mrs Deepie just got back form Boots ...they wanted to charge her 4 x prescription cost ....over £30 ...

    All items where the
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    Last edited by Deepie; 21 October 2014, 12:17.

  • moonie
    started a topic help please

    help please

    Today I received an email from "contact from ruthbridge.com " saying they are acting on behalf of their client 'Cabot Financial' and asking me to confirm an old address in UK. I did a search on ruthbridge.com and they are a debt recovery business.
    I recently informed Cabot Financial...
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  • cookie2112
    started a topic Is it me??!

    Is it me??!

    I am at the end of my tether and seriously thinking about whether to carry on with this charade, 24 years down the line and I feel like the hired f-ing help, get moaned at when things aren't done or tidy or whatever and I think (and often say), I work full time and do everything. What I also want to...
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  • Man, 102, Breaks Cycling Record For Second Time

    Robert Marchand sets a new record in the over-100s category, beating his previous best distance in a race against the clock.

    A 102-year-old man has broken his own world record after cycling 16.7 miles in one hour. Robert Marchand set a new record in the over-100s category on Friday, beating his...
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  • FOS ruling against Black Horse could help other retired people struggling with pre retirement debts

    A recent ruling by the Financial Ombudsman in favour of a retired couple held that Black Horse should have taken their future retirement income into account when granting a loan.

    The secured loan was granted 2 years before retirement, and the Glasgow couple were facing repossession after...
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    Last edited by Undercover Elsa; 20 November 2013, 12:40.

  • Maggie
    started a topic SAR?

    SAR?

    Does anyone know if HMRC have a specific form for requesting Subject Accessing Request?
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  • Pensioners being 'ripped off’ by profit margins on annuities

    Pensioners being 'ripped off’ by profit margins on annuities

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 9th March 2013 19:35.

    *Retiring workers are being “ripped off” by financial companies making huge profit margins on annuities, campaigners have warned. * ...
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  • Pensioners face a lifetime of paying off debts

    One in five are in the red on the day they retire, with debts averaging £31,000. Many still owe hundreds of thousands of pounds on interest-only mortgages, caught between endowments that failed to deliver and lenders demanding repayment.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfi...
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