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  1. has anyone else had any dealings with 24/7 Moneybox? i do have a old debt with these and had emails offering; The first 10 people to login to their account at 247Moneybox.com after receiving this message will have their balance wiped to zero, zip, £0 Seems strange they are offering this?
  2. in December i borrowed some money for 247 money box, the loan with interest came to £288 and was due to be re-payed 26.1.16. on the 26.1.16 i received a email from 247 money box saying my payment had been received, so i thought no more about it. in February i took another loan for a much smaller amount, which i paid off in full at the end of the month - now as far as im concerned my account is settled. today i received a email saying they haven’t received payment in January for £288 and i will need to settle this on my next payday (in 4 days time) i have now checked my bank and
  3. Northern Powerhouse department to close office in Sheffield and move 247 jobs to London Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2016/01/29/northern-powerhouse-department-to-close-office-in-sheffield-and-move-247-jobs-to-london-5651943/#ixzz3yiz1scce
  4. Hello I am having some issues with 247 moneybox. They used to have a live chat where you could chat to someone - does anyone know what the address is ? I can't seem to find it. I have tried to contact them by email but no reply. Any ideas as what I can do next. Thanks Gem
  5. hello, way back in November 2012, i took out a loan with 247 money box for £120 this loan was repaid late in January 2013. today( over a year later) i received a letter from 247 moneybox claiming i owed them £241.60. i contacted them and told them that i repaid this loan with late charges in january last year, they have claimed that i didnt because they have no record and to provide proof that i did otherwise i would face legal action. i am no longer with the same bank that i had when i took out the loan so i cant get a statement to prove it and it dosnt show on my experian cred
  6. I have been using 247 moneybox for over a year now and have always paid on time. I have never been late with payment dispite them being rude and agressive, I had no one else to turn too last month my application was taking over a week so if it had been approved I would have paid for 28 days interest when in fact the period would have been 21 days, so I cancelled, or tried to but the person I spoke to said I had to abide by the rules and they have fees and operating costs and that I would have to go through with the loan. I sent an e-mail and got a phone call the next day and the chap c
  7. Hi all, I know this was stupid but 3months ago I took out a payday loan with 247 moneybox / Active Securities. I wasnt able to pay this back due to being ill and not being able to work for 2 weeks. I took out a loan amount of 100.00 plus interest. I have managed to make 2 payments totaling 73-08 They have recently sent me a letter asking me to pay the remaining balance in full of 141.62!!!! I have twice asked them for a breakdown of charges and they have completely ignored me! Surely this cant be right? a loan amount of 100.00 and total debt of 214.70?? Tha
  8. Hi, I am looking for a bit of advice here with regard to 247 Moneybox. I have got myself into a terrible state through Payday Loans and I am taking steps to get back on track by contacting everyone I owe money to and trying to arrange repayment plans. I e-mailed all the payday loan companies I owe money to last week and informed them I would be unable to make payment to them when I got paid on Friday. I am behind on my rent, council tax aswell as charges I owe to my bank and I also have no food in my flat. Life on a day to day basis is just a constant worry. I asked all the companies I ow
  9. Hi, Has anyone ever had any dealings with these? I owe them around £140 and i want to start a repayment plan with them as i cannot afford to repay the interest costs any longer. I went into a live chat with them and they said that i need to make an initial payment first before a repayment plan is set up? Is this correct? Please help!
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