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  1. Here is a brief overview of the situation: A few years ago my mother, who was suffering with just severe anxiety/depression, took out a loan with Provident Personal Credit Limited. She was in receipt of just ESA (WRAG component). Just over a year ago she was at our house and burst into tears. I asked her what was wrong and discovered to my horror that Provident had been taking over £172 per month from her in repayment of a now £3000+ loan. It meant that she was paying over 50% of her fornightly income, before the deduction of gas, electric, food etcetera. This ca
  2. I'm new here and I'm just looking for a piece of advice, long story to understand but here goes nothing when I was 18 3 years ago I let my mother who had just been made redundant take out one of these loans in my name the amount was 600 I'm sure but not 100%, as far as I was concerned she made every payment on time and the loan was paid off during the agreed time but it turns out she lied and I only discovered this when a letter dropped through the door from C.K Edrupt & Co solicitors asking me to pay the remaining balance of £413 and I confronted my mother
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