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  1. Update - managed to get full payment details of payments made after the court order and that balance is now suddenly over £400 less than it was in the first letter. Aberdein Considine have said that their client is not obliged to send the copy of the signed credit agreement for the overdraft as the overdraft facility is not covered by the Consumer Credit Act 1974.
  2. The letter that came said it would only consider in case of hardship
  3. Received in post a letter from Nationwide and an income and expenditure form to fill in and also want further information on how I am in financial difficulty so they can consider request to waive fees and charges. Says that once returned they should have a reply by 13th April.
  4. I have sent of a CCA request (to Aberdein Considine) asking for a full breakdown of the account and also put in a complaint via the Nationwide website so far just had an automated response that they will get back to me within 8 days.
  5. Is there a way of stopping or challenging this from being renewed at the end of its 5 years (before the actual debt is cleared)? Original debt: Nationwide Overdraft back in 2004 of £3500 Nationwide refused to deal with Christians Against Poverty who were sorting out a repayment schedule at the time and as soon as they were involved took me to court. They had been phoning me in the evenings to try and get me to repay the overdraft and had offered if I could pay the overdraft of £2000 - they would waive the £1500 over that but I was pregnant at the time and about to co
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