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  1. hello all, totally distraught to receive this just before christmas any help advice or moral support gratefully received. Name of the Claimant Hoist portfolio Date of issue – 14 12 2015 defence due by 4pm Friday 15 th jan What is the claim for.. ..the claim is for £11000 in respect of monies owed under the CCA. The debt legally assigned by santander and notice has been served. the defendant failed to make any payments. a default notice was served. the claimant claims 1. the sum of 11300 2. interest at 8% 3 daily intrest 4.costs
  2. I recently checked my Credit Reference File and saw that a default was on my account for a Cahoot flexi loan, the default was incorrect in that the last payment date and default date were some 18 months apart and the original debt was incurring interest, making the amount outstanding an additional £4 K. I approached Santander on 2 occasions and they refused to remove the default, so I then moved on to the ICO, who upheld my complaint and instructed Santander to put things right. The debt would be statute barred and should thus disappear, this happened on my Noddle file but still was
  3. Hi Caggers On the 12th of this month I hired a van online from Flexi hire Burton on Trent, it was to help my brother inlaw move house, so he paid online using his card. On the day I went to collect it and went through the paper work and went over the vehicle to spot all the dents and scratches etc. The weather wasnt to great so some of the smallest chips of paint could of been coverd by rain drops. When I returned it they spotted a chip and said that I must of done it as its not on the paperwork, I know 100% whilst that van was in my possession it did not get hit or
  4. Mrs ICY took out a so called Flexxi loan in 2006, such a horrible system they use, knowing you will never pay the damn thing off, its just another account on your online account credited with £5000 you pay £200 a month back (they take £75 for themselves every month from this) the problem is the moneys always there and its always being used, it is such an expensive loan to use but because of the £200 going out to repay it really leaves us short it a trap. it was taken out in branch, when she went in they just asked if all circumstances were the same (she had been a cust
  5. Hello all, first post prompted by success with my PPI claim with LTSB I took out a Cahoot flexi loan in 2001 which I'm still paying off now, this was an internet application etc, and have discovered I'm paying PPI as part of the monthly payment looking at other posts Ive missed the rate hike opportunity but am looking finally after getting my butt in gear to make a claim for PPI throughout the life of the loan I have had available to me company sick pay, pension, death in service benefits etc I no longer have the original details of the paperwork, but believe I may
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