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  1. Looking for some advice. Been paying CSA through a deducations order set at £30 a week as stated In their letter as of 2007 I assumed that any wage changes would adjust with payroll so forgot about it and carried on. I have also been paying another none CSA related debt that I assumed had started coming off my wage about the same time for £20 a month. On my wage outgoings were down as £20 debt. I called my wages department as had a letter come through the post about 4 weeks ago to say I was changing from CSA to CMS in September and was there anything I needed to do
  2. My sister has been getting DLA at £88 per month, I recently filled in her PIP forms with help from her care home and have been informed her payments will be £110 per week. Nothing has changed in her circumstances just wondering how there can be such a difference.
  3. ’ll try and keep this as brief as possible but I’ll need to explain a bit of background. When I was in university I rented a room in a house with three other students that I didn’t know between July 2012 to June 2013. Npower supplied the electricity and gas. I gave the first meter reading in July and the first bill came in October and we each paid a fourth to the landlord and I thought this arrangement would continue. However, towards June 2013 I contacted the landlord as we hadn’t got any more bills and queried what was going on he said he’d put the bills solely in my name. I was
  4. When hubby and I met almost 10 years ago I knew he came with a little baggage which was in the shape of some outstanding debt he had relating to a property he'd had repossessed. This included a £7k shortfall following the sale and an outstanding secured (against the house) loan with WFS (from memory he seems to think it was around £8k) We've had a few letters on and off over the time then a couple of CCJs during what was a very difficult time. I know an attachment of earning order was set up and he was paying direct from his wages for about a year during 2012/
  5. Hi, Over some time I've crept into debt with british gas despite making what payments I can but they've now passed my account to their in-house DCA (some over-seas call centre) which is expecting me to switch to a pre-payment meter and pay £25/week on top of what I'm using. I've explained that I am totally unable to make this payment, re-explained to them that all I can settle for is £5 a week on top of my usage until my situation is better and they refused. They then told me to contact "StepChange" to see how I can get out of debt. Knowing that I don't need to deal with StepCha
  6. Morning All, I hope this post is in the right place! Here goes . . . I had a company selling cars which I started in 2006 and invested a lot of money in, expanded and took a lease on some premises in 2007, just before recession hit. in 2008 Month after month the company was spending more than it was earning, I did as I thought best at the time and continued to try and battle through. Eventually as could see no way forward I put the company into voluntary liquidation and therefore lost the capital I had invested and was left on a reduced income. After reducing payments on loans &
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