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  1. My 97 year-old mother has just been discharged from hospital (after a fall) to a care home. She now wishes to return to her own home which is unsanitary, unsafe, structurally unsound (part of the roof has collapsed) and is in a state of terrible neglect. She is in full command of her faculties. She is self-paying at the care home. I have a power of attorney but it is not activated (or whatever the legal term is). If she returns home she will surely fall again or some other disaster will befall her. She has begun to twist the arm of a family friend to take her home (against all he
  2. Hello there. I just received a letter from IND regarding a debt I had with Arrow Global from a few years ago and IND was involved as well. The debt was for 4900 pounds and was subject to a ccj. It was placed under a DRO in December 2013 and the debt was discharged in December 2014 when the DRO was over. Both IND and Arrow were informed of the DRO and were sent letters telling them to go away. I have not heard a thing from either since early 2014. Now all of a sudden I get a letter dated this week asking me for payment and that they will kn
  3. I have read several similar cases on the forum, such as speranza's in April 15; but it is sometimes down to how the question is asked and by who, so any valuable comments are much appreciated. In short, I was caught by TFL inspector at tube station attempting to travel on London Underground without having a previously paid fare of £4 in Aug 2012, which was a silly mistake really. I plead guilty and apologised sincerely for it in court and was given a conditional discharge for the offence, stating that as long as i do not commit an offence during the next 12 months from the date of the ord
  4. Hi all, not sure this is the right place. (site team - please move to appropriate place if you feel it is better suited!) Anyway. a friend of mine has a 15 year mortgage with NRAM. She has only 15 months left, owing in the region of £4385.00. She recently had a small windfall and decided to pay off the mortgage. She has no early payment penalties to pay so figured this was a smart move. So she calls NRAM, explains she is in a position to pay off the outstanding balance and wanted confirmation of the numbers, and then they told her there was £250 discharge fee to pay! So she told
  5. Hi I am not sure if this has been put up already, so worth a mention anyway Changes in bankruptcy discharge from the I/S site http://www.bis.gov.uk/insolvency/personal-insolvency/discharge#likelytobegivenearlydischarge Some good clear info below also from what in my opinion is a decent site on debt advice & information http://debtcamel.co.uk/early-discharge-from-bankruptcy-ended/ W
  6. Hi I would like some advice please, on what to do next. My partner was discharged from bankruptcy 4 months ago and is going about clearing his credit file. There were several accounts still showing as OPEN and DEFAULTED including bank accounts and credit cards. He had no problem calling these companies up and getting them to CLOSE the accounts over the phone. However, Pounds2Pocket refuse to do anything to the account. The debt was sold on to a debt collection agency who have since CLOSED the debt on the credit file, yet P2P say it has nothing to do with them and Equifax should clos
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