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About Kellylou32

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  1. Hi all I'm working with Stepchange to get all my finances in order and received some great help from them and also some great help on CAG forums (thanks DX100UK ) I ask MMF for a breakdown of the outstanding debt I have from a PDL and they have come back with this: Loan Date: 17/08/2011 Original Due Date: 31/08/2011 Orig loan value: 200.00 Loan interest: 60.00 Refinance Fee: 1672.00 Late Direct Debit fees: 51.00 Are they able to charge £1672.00 for refinance?!? Thanks in advance as always
  2. So I should do an SAR request on the one we are making payments against?
  3. Obviously as I said my stupidity amazes me also We haven't been receiving statements. The one we are in an agreement with paying I don't fully understand how an £8k/£10k loan becomes £26k but I guess that's WFS interest rates. The one I believe to be fraudulent we have not received any paperwork on for at least 4.5 years and until I contacted WFS on Friday they didn't even have our current address it was a previous address. I spoke to Sharp, Young & Pearce on Friday to find out if they had any information relating to this case as I believed it was the same as the other o
  4. And just to confirm no we never lived at the address given on the loan agreement. This is a housing association property which the loan was apparently secured against.
  5. We have been making payments against the one we know is his and we are in an agreement for that one and that's not in question. The questionable one we have (albeit very stupidly) made a few payments against it when an Attachment of Earnings order was made as we thought it was the other one but no payments have been made on it since January 2011 and no-one has contacted us about it. It is only me contacting WFS that has started it up against. That's what we believe - we think somebody (we think someone who is vaguely known to us) has fraudulently taken ou
  6. One says judgement/registration date: 19-03-2009 and the other says 17-02-2009 Thank you
  7. I originally posted in December when we started this process and I mentioned the 2 CCJs both relating to WFS I believed it to be a clerical errors and that they were both in fact the same debt that had been accidentally duplicated somehow on his file (stupid perhaps yes). I have been truthful thank you although maybe not clear so I apologise for that. Naturally my post is an abridged version not containing a lot of personal information and back story I felt was not relevant however I can elaborate if it helps although I can't see how it would do. In b
  8. I'm after a little advice please. We have been working with StepChange to sort out our financial difficulties and they suggesting using Noddle to check out reports. When we did so I noticed on my husbands, alongside a £20k WFS debt we were aware of, there was another large £45k debt we didn't know about. I have been doing some investigating (I am waiting for copies of the original loan agreement to come through) and it seems to be an agreement for a Secured Loan against a property. Now although we know the property we NEVER lived there and it's not linked by family et
  9. Thank you Fletch70 Apologies RosePetalBeauty I'm not trying to piggyback on your thread I was just genuinely intrigued as to what the attempt charge was
  10. Southern Electric wouldn't tell me if I was an affected customer they said I just had to sit tight and wait for the specialist team who are handling it to get round to me
  11. Apologies for asking a potentially daft question but what on earth is the attempt fee? my breakdown was: Loan Sum : £250 Interest : £394.50 Penalty : £80 Attempt Fee : £640 Debt Expenses : £100 Balance : £1445
  12. Thank you so much for the response - my initial thought is that it is the CCJ has somehow been duplicated (possibly wishful thinking I know) I will send SAR asap
  13. When hubby and I met almost 10 years ago I knew he came with a little baggage which was in the shape of some outstanding debt he had relating to a property he'd had repossessed. This included a £7k shortfall following the sale and an outstanding secured (against the house) loan with WFS (from memory he seems to think it was around £8k) We've had a few letters on and off over the time then a couple of CCJs during what was a very difficult time. I know an attachment of earning order was set up and he was paying direct from his wages for about a year during 2012/
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