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  1. I just thought I would let everyone know who might have had problems with Cash Genie in the past. Lots of adverts on TV now for Sunny payday loans. Beware, this is affiliated with Cash Genie. CCA License Number 0594425 is for Think Finance (Uk) Ltd Doing a search of the CCA register, shows a familiar name: Peter John Tuvey Doing a search on Peter Tuvey, shows he has directorships for the following: Ariste Holdings Limited (Previously known as Cash Genie): Book value: £4.7 million Twyford Developments Limited and 6 others. Interestingly enough, apparently Ariste H
  2. Hi i was hoping someone could help? Yesterday I went to check my balance and could see that there was money missing from my account. I went into hsbc and on their computer there was pending transactions of £194 from cash genie and 140 from ariste holdings a company I have never heard from. I did owe cash genie money but after contacting them I advised them i would be in touch to repay at a later date due to being off work and self employed. They accepted this. I rang hsbc from within the branch and was told nothing could be done until it shows as cleared. I
  3. Hi I took out a small loan of £75 towards the end of December due at the end of the month. I rolled over that month paying £22.50. Every month since then it has rolled over without me asking and without them telling me. In March I made a complaint via their online complaints page. A month later no reply. I called them and asked why it had rolled over so many times to be told "its in the T&C" and "we only take the full payment if you ask us" OK........ So, waiting for the 8 weeks to be up from my initial complaint, I submitted my file to the CCTA and the Ombudsman.
  4. can anyone give advice?i've been struggling with debt and we are going bankrupt. i had put an arrangement in place with cash genie for £20 per month and they took my card details to process these payments. i did this so no further action would be taken until i had a date for court and they were aware of my intentions to pay until i rang with a these details.last month they took an extra payment in error so i rang them on 02/12/11 to complain and they accepted the error and refunded the money. they asked if i could make any other payment, which i said no, so they said i would have t
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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
  6. Just a quick one....If one ( Say my friend, hehe) had a CCJ due to cash genie taking them to court and them accepting they indeed owed initial loan and 1 month interest.This was the amount paid to Carter Forbes.But is it possible to get it set aside? I mean I felt the court action was extreme as the person in question had numerous attempts to pay etc and all was ignored, however when the court papers came you can't lie as the amount is still owed so it was accepted.Now we are thinking whether it is worth looking into questioning whether them going to court and ignoring all correspondance was f
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