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  1. Hello all, This is probably going to be quite a long post, so I hope some of you will bear with me to the end, as I could really do with some advice as to what I need to do regarding a large amount of debt, Firstly, I should point out that everything I tell you in this post refers to both myself and my wife. We have outstanding debt worth approximately £55,000. It has slowly built up over the past few years and unfortunately neither of us has tried to take control of the debt, but now, we know we have to as the debt is becoming less manageable. All of the debt is in unsecu
  2. This dwarfs one sold previously for £24k http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-19384548
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