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Hi all I had a mortgage with Amber Homeloans for approx. 8 years until 2017 and due to my own poor financial mismanagement, I incurred many fees for arrears, etc. Whilst I accept fault, given the time that has passed, is it still viable to pursue Amber for any excessive fees charged which were greater than the administrative cost to them? I am about to request statements from them in order that I can collate a list of charges, but perhaps it's not worth my while? Thanks.
Looking for advice please I have just been stopped for allegedly going through a red light The officer pulled me over and asked why I went through a red light to which I replied I had not He then said his was green as I went through so that tells him mine was red I once again told him I had not gone through a red light and that it was just turning Amber as I was more or less on top of it He then proceeded to take my details and then hand me just a yellow slip with no details of the offence and hardly any information Can you tell me if it’s worth fighting in court or just accept whatever outcome it is I feel very upset about the whole thing for something I did not do
Hi all once again, have a small problem with an eviction. I am with Amber home loans, have a self build mortgage on another property. Keeping it short I had an accident a few years ago that left me unable to work. In January run out of money and could not pay the mortgage. Struggled to find work again etc as injuries restricted me. Anyway bury head, get repossessed then ring Amber. Told eviction date of July 30th. I owe about 3800, paid them a 1000 up front, told them an interim from my accident was due in a couple of weeks which would clear arrears, they asked for bank statements, proof of work ( I am self employed) proof that the 100 pounds had been paid out of my account (just paid them on my debit card ? ) and then they might be able to do something to stop the eviction. The best bit was that they wanted all this the next day !!!!! What are my options now ? Thank you all
I am helping my Mum deal with her late sisters estate. They lived together all their lives and the property was mortgaged to my aunt alone and was only partially paid off. So it had to be sold . The property is now under offer. Naturally, Amber have been utterly horrendous. My mother is a pensioner and disabled yet they have whacked all kinds of charges on until letters of administration were granted, even though she has paid the interest on the mortgage and was in contact with them from the very beginning. My question - there appears from looking through paperwork endless charges over the years. Arrears, home visits all that kind of stuff. Can my mum make a claim and if yes is it limited by how long the house takes to go through?