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  1. Received a letter this moring in the post from Dollar UK who trade under Instant Cash Loans, who in turn operate the brands Payday Express, Payday UK and The Money Shop. The letter states that during a review of customer accounts, the company discovered they had left hard searches on my credit file between August and November 2016. As a consquence, they have offered compensation of £75 as they believe the hard searches may have been to my detriment. The offer is in full and final settlement of the issue, which my husband thinks is an attempt to buy me off, and if I were to press hard
  2. Well it appears that Dollar financial is having a rough 2017 - £160 Million in losses
  3. Wow....One for the record books! HERE Source - Credit Today I'm mightily surprised about this! Time to get claiming folks!
  4. Taken from the FCA website. http://www.fca.org.uk/news/payday-firm-dollar-agrees-to-improve-lending-practices-and-refund-700000-to-its-customers Dollar, trading as The Money Shop, will repay interest and default charges to 6,247 customers. Due to a systems error they were given loans which breached Dollar's own lending critieria. Dollar operates in the UK under the trading names of Payday UK, Payday Express, The Money Shop and Ladder Loan
  5. http://www.dnaindia.com/money/1905975/report-jp-morgan-set-for-13-billion-dollar-fine-over-risky-mortgage-backed-securities
  6. Not sure which company is dealing with this as I have 2 letters a statement of account from Lowell but a debt letter from Red - are they the same company ? Dollar finance is the money shop . . I got this debt in 2009 after taking out a £200 loan which I am now asked to pay back £320 I have with this one as I have with the others set up £5 a month (which they have accepted with no problems) Can I request a CCA of these as I done it all in store . . so an agreement was signed at the time of the loan being accepted. Arghh ... Burying my head in the sand seemed so mu
  7. Hello all, I've had to start a new thread about this one as my last post was so long ago. I had a few debts that we successfully swatted away but unfortunately lowells decided to eventually track me down at my new address and have had the cheek to send me a letter! This one should be quite straightforward though and something we can have fun with SOME BACKGROUND I joined up here in July 2011 with some debts being chased that were Statute Barred, one of which is the debt I am referring to here of approx £500 to a company called Dollar Financial (TheMoneyShop).
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