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  • Dharmadad
    started a topic Joint Owned. Mortgage in both names.

    Joint Owned. Mortgage in both names.

    Hi,

    I (nor anyone else for that matter) has seen of heard from my ex partner (not married) for nearly 8 years.

    I have since re-married and have a child with my wife - we've been married for 6 years.

    I understand from Landmark that I can do nothing without my...
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  • rockwell
    started a topic Claim Form

    Claim Form

    Hello All,
    Having successfully seen off Barclaycard and Cap One thanks to this forum, I have now received a CC claim form (commencing Tues 5th June) relating to care home fees owed to the local County Council and outstanding since 2013.
    The outstanding fees are for a relative and the original...
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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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  • Strepsi
    started a topic Personal Tax - Ltd Company Dissolved

    Personal Tax - Ltd Company Dissolved

    Quick question, my wife's business has recently dissolved as yet my wife who was the sole director and employee of the business hasn't completed her personal tax return.

    What is the best way to complete her return, she never took payslips, only bank statements... how would HMRC check...
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  • Last stage of Parkinson's and dementia (my dad)

    We've been told my dad is in the last stage of his illness. He's bedridden now and has lost the ability to swallow most of the time , he isn't eating and barley drinks.

    He's in a care home and our doctor spoke to my mum about what care she would like him to receive. She decided to keep...
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  • Strepsi
    started a topic Looking to rent

    Looking to rent

    We live in a mortgaged house, the house next door is a rental. Every 6, 12 or 48 months we get new neighbours more often than not they are a nightmare!

    Anyway we were thinking if it was practical for us to rent our property and rent another property elsewhere.

    I was wondering...
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  • HerefordVet
    started a topic Credit Card Debt

    Credit Card Debt

    Ok,

    Ive decided to stop ignoring my constant chase ups letters phone calls etc etc I am getting from unpaid credit card debt. I have around 5 old debts which i have not done anything with for years and ignored all correspodence firstly from the credit card companies and thereafter DCA....
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  • cardiac arrest
    started a topic identity fraud

    identity fraud

    not sure if this is the right place but....

    my daughter and her partner were declined a mortgage recently after failing a credit check.
    After investigating it seems her partners ex wife has run up dozens of defaulted debts after they split but before they were divorced.
    ...
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  • creditcritter
    started a topic Pra Group

    Pra Group

    requested a cca from Pra group long story , in January I recieved a small box application agreement standard Mbna Abbey card type pretty unreadable with some terms on the back , some application details attached pretty basic print out attached , they said in the letter I would here no more from them...
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  • sebaab
    started a topic Parking Eye Parking Charge Notice

    Parking Eye Parking Charge Notice

    Just received a "Parking Charge Notice" from Parking Eye. My wife waited in a car park sitting in the car waiting for someone for 1 hour. Unfortunately she was caught by CCTV entering and leaving the car park so Parking Eye think she was parked for that length of time. The full details are...
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  • Roscoe
    started a topic Roscoe UE Diary

    Roscoe UE Diary

    Hi everyone, I’m a newcomer but in need of a lot of help. My journey into debt began a long time ago but accelerated with the financial crash. I was self-employed and one of 3 directors of a small limited company from 2003-2007. The business was doing quite well but began to lose customers and contracts...
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  • betty101
    started a topic Barclaycard - nasty letters. What to do?

    Barclaycard - nasty letters. What to do?

    Hi there,

    Really happy to have found this site and hope to get some help.

    We've managed to get into debt with Barclaycard. Got two cards and approx. £12k on each one. (Long story - ill wife etc)

    The cards are in my fathers name (in his 60s).

    Since...
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  • sebaab
    started a topic sebaab's diary

    sebaab's diary

    Short history. Mid 2005 to 2008 overspent on credit cards trying to support family on lowish wages. Wife not working due to disabled son. 2008 wife suffers sudden illness so I have to take 10 months off work on half pay to look after 3 kids. Can't afford credit card repayments so slip into overdraft...
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    Last edited by sebaab; 29th April 2017, 16:55.

  • Parking notice from VCS at Liverpool Airport

    Hi all,

    Received this notice and appealed to VCS, which was obviously rejected. Is it worth appealing to IAS? According to various things that i have read, it's a complete waste of time.

    I was returning a hire car to Hertz and my wife was following to get me back home. She...
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  • Payday firm CFO Lending forced to repay £35m to borrowers

    Payday firm CFO Lending forced to repay £35m to borrowers

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 19th September 2016 12:17
    A payday lending business has been forced to repay £35m to its borrowers for a catalogue of wrongdoings.

    The company took money from its
    ...
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