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  1. In November we applied for a DIP for a mortgage with a "soft" credit history search and surprisingly it was declined. naturally we checked our credit history and found 2 things, firstly Experian could not find my records as Flat 8 is recorded as Flat 5-16 at the Royal Mail and secondly I have a string of missed payment marks with a closed Santander account which was unexpected. I applied for a different more expensive mortgage DIP with a "soft" credit check and got it and started looking for a property. In the meantime I sorted out the address issue with Experian and
  2. Hello, read a few bits of good advice on this site but i require some further clarification. I currently owe wonga £550 due on the 12th april. I will have just enough to pay this on my payday 12th but this would obviously leave me with almost absolutely £0 to survive for a month thus forcing me to get another payday loan (which i dont want to do) because everytime i do it becomes more and more. I have contacted wonga and told them it isnt viable for me to pay it off in one, the man on the phone suggested to me that 3 days before the money was due, set up a payment plan from the my account sect
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