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  1. Hi as per my title, caught up in a multiple payday mess. One of which, Wonga, have refused to acknowledge the letter (they have signed for) explaining my financial difficulties and offering token repayments (£20 pm) on the debt (c. £540 inc. interest). Yet they CONSTANTLY pester me, 3 letters, countless phonecalls and multiple emails, claiming to have added over £100 to my debt in interest and fees. Can I 'force' a payment to them via standing order and then claim de facto acceptance of my repayment plan offer in lieu of a response or would I better formally complaining at their failure to
  2. Hi Guys, Foolishly I have a flexcredit account with QQ, after running into difficulties, I rang them to setup a plan with a DD thinking it was to clear the balance. They took two DDs one for 40.14 and one for 1.89 and then much to my surprise started chasing me for past due payments again. After many arguments with the collections team I finally complained only to receive this reply. -- This email is to confirm that your complaint has been received We apologise for any inconvenience this misunderstanding may have caused. If you have any additional concerns, please cont
  3. Hello, read a few bits of good advice on this site but i require some further clarification. I currently owe wonga £550 due on the 12th april. I will have just enough to pay this on my payday 12th but this would obviously leave me with almost absolutely £0 to survive for a month thus forcing me to get another payday loan (which i dont want to do) because everytime i do it becomes more and more. I have contacted wonga and told them it isnt viable for me to pay it off in one, the man on the phone suggested to me that 3 days before the money was due, set up a payment plan from the my account sect
  4. Hi there We recently completed a Voluntary Repossession on our old house. We have not been living there for 4 years and were renting it out, which was not covering the mortgage cost anyways, we were adding more ourselves on top of it so we did not default. The tenant stopped paying so we evicted him and gave the house to the bank. Within 2 months they had sold it for way under the value rate, obviously selling it at auction for as fast as they can, rather than as much as they can. First of all, is there any way I can dispute the amount they sold it for? As it has left me with a
  5. Good morning everyone, This is my first post on here although I have been reading various threads from people relating to pay day loans etc. I currently have two pay day loans, a credit card and a grad overdraft: Quickquid - 875 Wonga - 581 Credit card – 4600 (£200 per month payment plan arranged) Grad OD – 1650 My main priority at the moment is to deal with the PDL’s. I have spoken to national debt helpline who advised me to cancel my debit card, write letters to my bank and pay day companies to cancel the continuous payment authority etc which I h
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