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  1. If the picture will attach, this was taken at the Cobham Services yesterday, now that'll be interesting in Court :jaw:Comments please, I was gonna stay long enough to get one but work dictated otherwise grrrrrr
  2. Comment: Martin Lewis, founder of moneysavingexpert, opposes Archbishop Justin Welby and outlines the exact changes that he'd like to see made. I pray the Archbishop’s laudable but blundering entrance into the payday loan debate doesn’t hurt more than it helps. The trip-up of the Church’s own investments is a side show – my concern is far more about his original soundbite: "We’re not in the business of trying to legislate you (Wonga) out of existence, we’re trying to compete you out." Wonga and other 6,000pc APR loans are the crack-cocaine of the money-lending world – recent
  3. A friend of mine took out two payday loans with this compayn and now she cannot pay the loans back. Each loan is due tom she took them out over a six month instalment period. The total loa amount for both is 500.00 I have told her to offer instalment plan but I am now worried that they may try to collect payment. She works part time and earns less than 600.00 a month so not sure how she qualified for the two loans. Please can you advise next steps.. IVe told her to cancel her debit card account will this help?? and I am looking for template letters for emailing. She is also worried th
  4. Come here for some off-topic chat. That's what this forum is for. There was a time when we could come to the Bear Garden, have a laugh and a bit of banter, but these days I find that if I've had a bad day and come to here, I can end up more depressed than I was in the first place! I I know it's good to have a rant sometimes (as I am now) and get things off your chest, and I'm not pointing the finger at anyone in particular - it just seems to have become a bit of a culture somehow. Can't we leave some of the negativity at the BG gate, and make it a place where we can forget our
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