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  1. Please can someone give me some sound advice...... 5 yrs ago i paid for my double glazing with interest free finance from GE Money. About 2 yrs ago I got into difficulty paying my direct debit on time, and although it was always paid it was often late, and GE Money always let me know this with numerous letters/reminders to myself, my wife, and both of us at the same time ! Now my 5 yrs is up and GE Money have informed me that I still owe £600 for late payment charges etc, so my payments will continue, interest free for another 10 months. I have no problems with making these paym
  2. yes, have filed on mcol, but look forward to 2nd claim, getting the hang of it now, many thanks bilbo68:D
  3. i'm claiming £2000+ off Nationwide for 6 years ending last November, but since then have incurred anoither £150 in charges. Is it possible to add this to my claim which is now in court system or should I just forget it and look forward to my 2k ? thanks Bilbo
  4. through money claim online
  5. thanks, will let you know what happens
  6. hi everyone, just sent court claim to Nationwide for £2500, using Martin Lewis's website. Nationwide have replied to summons saying that they will defend the claim. Is this to be expected or am I going to have to go to Northampton Court ? Any reassurance will be greatly appreciated !! thanks Simon
  7. hi everyone, just sent court claim to Nationwide for £2500, using Martin Lewis's website. Nationwide have have replied to summons saying that they will defend the claim. Is this to be expected and am I going to have to go to Northampton Court ? Any reassurance will be greatly appreciated !! thanks Simon
  8. hi everyone, just sent court claim to Nationwide for £2500, using Martin Lewis's website. Nationwide have have replied to summons saying that they will defend the claim. Is this to be expected and am I going to have to go to Northampton Court ? Any reassurance will be greatly appreciated !! thanks Simon
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