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  1. Hi all I thought I would share this, I moved into my property 2 1/2 years ago, The property had storage heaters originally, so was on a Dual meter (night and Day) Now by I have had gas central heating since I have been here, Dual meters are only good for your pocket if 60% of the electric is used on the night side of the meter, I queried this and asked it to be changed as there was just over 5p per KW difference. Look's like I have just save about £400, as the company are now back dating the account with the lower rate, Worth looking into. Leakie
  2. Serious money problems remain one of the key reasons why people drop out of higher education each year. Debt is a fact of life for many students, so it makes sense to get to grips with the basics before Freshers' Week, reading lists and essays take their toll. Being in debt isn't necessarily a problem, but letting debt spiral out of control is, particularly if you face higher interest charges and penalties. Serious money problems remain one of the key reasons why people drop out of higher education each year. The tips below should help students keep on top of their finances. More:
  3. Hi, I wonder if someone could possibly help me with a couple of queries I have. Hi, My husband and I currently have a DMP with CCCS which we have had since May 2010. When we first started the DMP, I also had a Littlewoods account but I didn't include it with the rest of my creditors as it didn't have much on it and I thought I would pay if off before the DMP started. Unfortunately we needed to use it for some household appliances which broke and we hoped to pay if off with my husband's commission, however, he hasn't received as much as we expected. The account has now increased to th
  4. Upon subscribing to Experian I was dismayed to find NatWest had recorded a default notice for £3,533 on 28 Feb 2011 in respect of a former overdraft arrangement (I had been unemployed for two years, hence this and other problems). I also owe NatWest money on a former loan. At the same time I have been in a repayment agreement for the past few years: first with NatWest directly, then Triton, now Shoosmiths. I have letters confirming I am up to date. The two account numbers - overdraft and loan - are highlighted on the chase-up letters I have received from each
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