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  1. Hi All I have just joined and looking for some advise please. I am in a lot of dept to the sum of 60k I don't want to go bankrupt as I am self employed and it will cause me a lot of hassle . I talked to a dept company yesterday and they have said I best go bankrupt but as I said to them I don't want to I rather pay some of the money back than walk away paying nothing . I don't have any assets and my earnings are limited but I can afford about £250 per month towards my depts. I have talked to a few people and they say an IVA can run for 5 yrs and then I can be
  2. Hi All. This is my first post, and I not proud to be making this at all, but ten years ago I came to live with my Canadian girlfriend in Canada. I cleared all of my UK credit cards apart from two that were online payment only cards (Egg and an IF card) there was about 1500 pounds on each of then, so a total of 3000. I had a Lloyds bank current account that use to direct debit my payments to both those cards each month, and left 750 to cover that when I left the country, and it was my intention to keep topping up my Lloyds account as soon as I got into the Canadian workforce.
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