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    Cash Genie CCJ

    Hello I am in a very similar situation as previously detailed by others. I have followed instructions to go online and defend the claim in full, which I have just done today. How ever I am just going through some literature that I received and a guy from Carter Forbes kindly highlighted in red some concerning particulars: OTHER FINANCIAL INFORMATION Total Charge of Credit: 30 pence for every 100 pence borrowed, per part or full month that a balance remains outstanding. Interest is charged at the rate of 30% per month or part thereof [fixed], and applied to the balance ou
  2. My circumstances have changed and i can not afford to pay these and continue rolling them over. I really need quite a lot of help and advice please, any will be greatly appreciated. I owe lending stream £415, but seem to be paying them back about £600 a month. I owe quick quid about £400, but pay back £250-£300 a month in interest and fees. I owe cash genie £100, and pay back £30 a month, every month. My main worries are them contacting my work, even if i have already contacted them first. Is there a standard notice that i can send them that means they cannot contact my work plac
  3. Hi, I am new here...but really love this site...thanks! Now my problem...I have taken a loan with cash genie amongst many other payday loans...now I can't pay it back but want to pay back in installments. So after reading advice on this forum I realised that cancelling the cycle of payday loans and paying off in installments is the best thing. Anyway I contacted Cash Genie is writng via email to explain and offer £50 a month on a £200 loan to repay it etc. This was ignored and they sent numerous other letters etc and now have sent me a court form taking me to court. Had the
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