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  1. I had a suspended repossession order from a lender with regards to a secured loan. I have been making the payment plus extra towards the arrears but had some issues in 2011 and 2012 and missed some payments but since 2013 I have had a good job and have progressively been trying to clear out al my debts . I had even increased the amount I had agreed to pay towards the arrears. For some weird reasons I never got any statement from the lender to let me know the balance on my arrears. Around about May this year I got a letter from the lender saying that I had arrears of about £4000,
  2. Good evening all Just looking for a little advice. Husbands car was repossessed last October. He had only made 14 payments towards the car and due to personal circumstances could not afford to continue making payments. He hadn't paid 1/3 of the car off so wasn't able to hand it back to them and terminate the agreement. The car was removed from a street away from our home. No paperwork regarding this. They never had the keys, didn't discuss it us, we had the log book etc. We managed to trace the car and were able to remove personal items before it was sold at auction.
  3. long protracted divorce; violence and threats - no faith in the court system - long term health issues blah blah blah.... now ex husband sold shares [even though advised he wasnt allowed to]. court order/judgement for him to return the money £3500 via monthly payments. payments originally set at £100pm which was not honoured. back to court to chase for arrears once reached £1000. judge then ordered reduced payment of £40pm for the £1k ; the remaining balance to be discussed once arrears paid ! suffice to say no funds ever received. i havent chased due to
  4. A claim is being brought against me by a subsidiary of a large corporate group. The Claimant, a corporate entity with limited liability, ceased doing business 4 years ago, it has no assets and has no bank accounts (it has no capital to put in a bank account and neither does it have any cash flow since it is no longer doing business). The legal action of the Claimant is being funded by the parent of the group and/or another part of the group. My concern is that if judgement is given in my favour and the Court orders that the Claimant pay my legal costs then I will be unable to enforce that
  5. Hi CAG. Over a month ago, I got caught in a supermarket for stupidly using the self-checkouts making some pricing errors. I got stopped by these security guards who took me to the back room. They asked me my address and in the panic of it all, I gave them it. I apologised and apologised but they would not have any of it. They ended up calling the police, who told me to accept a FPN or I would be brought to the station. The police said the FPN would be the end of the matter so of course, I accepted it. I paid up the FPN and was told by the security I was banned from the store. I have s
  6. Please could someone advise me please. I owe £10,200 to Barclays. I was made redundant and as a result, could not afford the full repayments on my credit card. Barclays applied for a Court Order and it meant that because of my work background, any Court Order would make it impossible to get a job within my specialist field. My brother paid my arrears, as I had the offer of a job which would have got me back on track. I paid and the bank agreed to drop the application for a Court Order. Two months later, I got a phone call from the job vetting agency telling me there had been a problem in clear
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