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  1. & as an aside...im not leaving till i get my 6th blob lol (thanks FL btw)
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  2. Thats about the best I can come up with.
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  3. Wouldn't the sensible thing to do now, would be to write a letter saying that you consider the account to be in dispute, complaining about the interest being added. Ask them to review the account and respond within 14 days with a legible CCA. Advise them that if they don't respond, you will suspend payments and only recommence any payments, if they stop adding interest and forward a legible copy of the original CCA.
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  4. Mortgage Fact Finding is not a Regulated Activity and can be done by a non-authorised introducer. You need to prove that he made the specific recommendation. Did he also help you fill up the application form? There is no comeback against him if he was unauthorised. Your comeback is against Broker B as he accepted a recommendation from someone who wasn't authorised and made an application on the strength of that recommendation, which is why you need proof from the lender that it was Broker B who completed and submitted the application form. Broker B's Principle, the fully authorised network, i
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  6. Yep agree with all that Elsa and BRW have said. The Co-op does a simple basic current account which allows you to set up standing orders etc. No idea if it's online but worth investigating. The 3 month mortgage payment holiday could be just the "breather" you need and may not solve everything but might allow you to set a few things straight or pay off some of the smaller debts allowing you to tackle the bigger ones. Direct debits are the bane of my life. They just allow the bank or whoever to take what they want, when they want it and you have no control. Either the Standing Order or
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  7. Hello Wilchil64! Get an Account that allows you on-line Access. Then you can log-in at any time, and see where the bank thinks you are. Likewise, you can pay Bills via BACS, when you are ready to pay. Most BACS Transfers these days only take 2 hours, so it's getting pretty good, at long last. Forget Cheques, because they take forever, and you tend to lose track of the damned things. All banks are not to be trusted, but the lesser of many evils seems to be the Co-Op, or perhaps one of the Building Societies. The key is on-line Access, and a bank that is not pa
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