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  1. Just so you are aware the Consumer Action Group was approached to offer advice on the making of this episode. http://www.itv.com/tvguide/ Buy Today, Pay Tomorrow? "Households are currently borrowing more than a billion pounds a month in a spending spree that is fuelling a dangerous debt crisis, which could leave many people teetering on the edge of serious money troubles. Adam Shaw investigates whether Britain is heading for a new credit crunch. News " Initially I was invited to advise on debts of a debtor that will feature in this episode. Prioritising all his d
  2. Foreign Office advises against all but essential travel to Tunisia The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has today changed its travel advice to Tunisia to advise against all but essential travel for the time being. FCO travel advice has highlighted for some time the high threat from terrorism in Tunisia, but the evolving security situation since the attack almost two weeks ago means the decision has been taken to advise against all but essential travel to Tunisia. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/foreign-office-advises-against-all-but-essential-travel-to-tunisia
  3. Hi little advice needed as slightly complicated matter and having difficulty seeking advice as no one seems to know what I'm talking about (eg CAB and Shelter) I have a 50% shared property mortgage and housing association leasehold. I have received an eviction notice due to rent arrears. There a suspended possession order in place that included both the mortgage and rent aspects. Due to large legal fees on both accounts I was in discussions with the housing association and they have now obtained an eviction warrant for 9th July. I have already made an appointment to file the N2
  4. Latest WCA Handbook for Health Professionals, Version 7, 9th Feb 2015 This guidance is for healthcare professionals who undertake Work Capability Assessments on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. This document tells you how health professionals are supposed to assess you. It can be downloaded at this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/work-capability-assessment-handbook-for-healthcare-professionals
  5. To celebrate 40 years of the 16-25 Railcard. National Rail are giving you a whopping 40% discount when you buy a 1 year 16-25 Railcard online. That means you'll pay just £18 instead of the usual cost of £30. More info on this link: http://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/40years/
  6. Hi we were served eviction back in Juy and paid a company £500 to stop this, it worked we have since been paying NRAM part payments every week and that covered our monthy payments, we paid over the phone due both been self employed and NRAM been dirty and taking twice a month . however on 2 occasions they have processed it later and it not leavng our account on time. they stated we had had not kept condtions.and insisted we done additional income and expentedtures.and increased our payments. we kept obliging and everyime my husband rang to make a payemnt new I&E where compleat
  7. I have spent the day reading all of these threads about MiniCredit and how they have treated people when they've defaulted on their loan. I will owe £589.90 (incl interest) next Sat and do not wish to attempt to roll over the loan again. I have already sent them three emails in the past two days to ask how their partial repayment works and was shocked to discover all of those additional charges they add on a daily basis. I got their usual standard uncohearant reply: Dear xx On the 1st day overdue £25 penalty will be added and on the 3rd day overdue a second penalty of £55 will be ad
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