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  1. Afternoon everyone...daft as it sounds its true. I have been unemployed for a while and currently in the process of setting up my own business and as things arent too bad at the moment i wanted to start paying back the money i owe them (around 10k). BUT....they have sold my soul to capquest (who i am sucessfully fighting with thanks to the many CAG users and threads on them). So..i ring natwest as i want to deal with them and not capquest and they point blank refuse (over the phone) to accept any payments from me. Is there a letter or anything about for this? Basically i want it in writing from natwest saying they are refusing to allow me to pay off my debt!! Cheers people!
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  4. Hi all and good evening. This is my first ever post so be gentle with me! J AND..apologies if this is the wrong place...wasn’t quite sure where to put it. Ok so here goes...in 2008 I lost my job (it happens, life goes on). My job was very stressful and hard and losing it tipped my over the edge. I suffered with my mental health and was actually really poorly. Luckily I had a wonderful family who supported me and got me through. However, during this time of ‘mental instability’ I thought it was a good idea to get some training and start a new career so I found this company called OLCI (OLCI Construction Training & Building courses 0800 058 2848.) who offered me exactly what I thought I needed. A fresh start and new beginning. I didn’t really understand the implications of what I was getting myself into and basically (in a nutshell) they secure a loan for you from BPF which pays the course fees and then you pay BPF monthly loan repayments. After a few months and not really enjoying what I was signed up for (coupled with my recovery) I realised I’d made a terrible mistake and wanted to quit the course and move on. However, they said this wasn’t possible and as I had the agreement with BPF I had to keep paying the money (which amounted to around £4000!!). Even now I continue to pay for something I don’t access and as my circumstances mean I am currently unemployed they still demand money and have threatened legal and court action against me. My partner believes that they sold me something on an erroneous sale but I cant find any information on this or I don’t know where to turn. If I have shafted myself and I have to keep paying then so be it, its my own fault I guess, but my partner thinks that I didn’t really know what I was agreeing to and by the time I did it was too late. Does anyone have similar experiences or know what to do or even if I can get my money back and stop paying? I would be most grateful for anything you might have to offer!!! Thank you everyone Duane
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