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  1. Hi Guys, Sorry I got a letter from aqua a week ago saying they are going to increase my credit limit to £1750 from £1000. As my car has just badly failed the MOT i thought this was ideal. The letter stated contact them if I do not wish to increase my limit. So I looked at the beginning of the week, and sure enough my limit was £1750 I then paid off a bill onto it. Today, i came to pay for some car repairs and it got declined twice. On checking my balance, not only has my limit miraculously been put back to £1000, I have been charged an over limit fee!!! Before I call them, what rights do I have? Surely I needed some notice before a decrease? I haven't spent on the card since I got the letter until I checked my balance was increased at which point I paid the debt (put me £20 or so over £1000). Any help would be much appreciated.
  2. Hi Decrease in individual insolvencies (10.2% decline) driven by fees...Insolvency News article http://www.insolvencynews.com/article/14241/personal/decrease-in-individual-insolvencies-driven-by-fees More people with debt problems struggling to make that fresh start? People in current debt solutions on unmanagable budgets and getting worse Not helping anything this and cant go on
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