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  1. Hi gauys, you helped me a few years ago with a bailiff problem. Now a friend of mine has a problem so I thought of here. Back in 2009 my friend ofered his house for vountary repo and went to court. The Mortage company have now sent the debt for the negative equity to a solictors for collection. As he owes in the region of £40,000 he is considering bankruptcy. Any help and adivice would be gratfully recieved. Thanks in advance, UKP>
  2. Hi there, wonder if anyone is able to advise me. I bought a car in April 2010 on a 3 year credit agreement financed by first response. I am almost now in the last year of the agreement. the problem is that the catalytic converter and the auto gearbox is on it's last legs and is going to cost more to replace than the actual value of the car. I put the car through an MOT one month before it is due and there are numerous faults. I am wondering whether to get rid of the car before the MOT is finally up and put it in PX for another. My problem is this, will First Response finance
  3. Hi I too have just very recently had the notorious Letter from Link saying that they have been assigned the debt we previously had with Volvo (previously Mazda) finance. And by some uncanny coincidence, had the exact same letter you recd from Landrover (we recd from Volvo) stating they had assigned our account to FCE who had reassigned to Link. I too had a man on the phone from link who blatantly refused an offer of instalments and asked me to go an apply for some finance to pay them off. SHOCKING!!!!! This lovely man has stated he will give me until the end
  4. Hi all, Some advice please. Here is my story. I had a joint Halifax mortgage with a previous partner some 20 years ago. We split up and I could not meet the payments and the house was consequently reposssed. We purchased the property for 40K and it was sold at auction for 16K, leaving a shortfall of 24K As the Ex was still liable for half she made an agreement too pay Halifax a lump sum of 7-8K as a deal to cover her half of the outstanding balance of 12K. I was left with the other half (12K) unlike the ex I was not in any position to make a lump su
  5. Hi All Is there a difference between a court hearing for Possession and / or Repossession its probs a silly question and I know the answer but I ask because I have just recieved some paperwork re my court appearence on Monday 6th Dec, hence the title O M G. Mr Very Worried at the momment however I am sure that will change in the next few hrs.
  6. I have today received a letter from my mortgage company (Capstone's) solicitors saying that we they have written to the court bailiff asking them to arrange a date and time for us to be evicted. We are £1,400 behind on our court arrangement £1000 of which can be paid by Monday 28th Sept. I have spoken to Capstone and they have said that the arrangement has been cancelled and unless I pay £5300 by the eviction date - yet to be set we will lose our home. I am so scared can anyone give me any advice/help.
  7. Hi, To cut a long story short we had our first possession hearing today (20th) with regards to arrears on our Kensington Mortgage. I had initially asked for a "holiday period" from Kensington and they declined "its not their policy". I asked if I could rent our property back in February, they didn't answer. I have asked if the arrears could be added to the end of the mortgage, they didn't answer. I was eventually sent a court hearing date and we attended, giving the judge all the above information................and told her we are waiting for the return of an MI12 form from the benefits
  8. Hi Guys Long story short, in January we got a repo order suspended on our house for arrears including fees of £9,500. I have just received notice that my lender has asked for this to be actioned again and I am awaiting a date for eviction from the court. The original agreement was CMP + £200 which totalled £1156.07pm. Last month I could only pay £530 towards my mortgage (May) and have informed them that I shall be paying this months (June) plus the balance by the 16th but this appears to have fallen on deaf ears. The mortgage details are; Lender: Mortgage Resolut
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