Jump to content


BankFodder BankFodder


Registered Users

Change your profile picture
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About teddypullen

  • Rank
    Basic Account Holder
  1. I'm aware of this which is why we're saving now read to put our application in during 2018 when my credit would have cleared, including this being removed from my CRA files!
  2. I ignored them for three years and they keep coming back. It is still on my credit file, but will have hopefully dropped off by the time we go for a mortgage. I don't just want to ignore them because I do want to pay what I owe, but I don't owe £1056! Haha
  3. We've been told that one of the questions in our mortgage interview would be whether we had any outstanding debt and that we'd be committing fraud if we didn't declare it, hence the motivation to pay what we owe. Why would taking them to court be pointless?
  4. Thanks for the replies guys and this is a position I would love to take. I wouldn't give them the option of doing court or not because I'd be filing against them. I'm keen to get it sorted because we're saving for a mortgage now and our mortgage advisor is a family friend and says we'll have to declare any unpaid debt whether it's on our credit report or not so any advice on forcing their hand to do this properly would be appreciated!
  5. Hi Everyone! First time poster here looking for some help dealing with Kapama in regards to a micro credit loan, from some general reading I see there is plenty familiarity with them here so I'll get straight to it. I took out a loan with mini credit in 2012 for £100 and they're now trying to play their old trick of adding many charges on so I apparently owe them £1056.00. I don't believe that these charges are enforceable and I point blank refuse to pay them but they're charming debt manager refuses to back down on the issue. I've offered them the original loan sum, one months interest and the default charge (which from reading around the forums is all I have to pay them). After them messing me around for a couple of months they've finally agreed to post me a copy of their companies complaints policy so I can lodge an official complaint with them which I can then take to the FOS when they still refuse to take the charges off. What I would like some help with is what I can write in my initial complaint letter to Kapama in order to have the charges removed. What are the grounds I can do this under? If anyone could help me I'd be really grateful as I would love to stick two fingers up to them. I should say I am prepared to go to court if necessary, and I've seen a few comments on this forum about the judge removing the charges in the court, but will a judge actually do this? Or would a judge force me to pay the whole amount?
  • Create New...