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  1. There's no point in whining about them. We know they're ripping the public for all they can, any way they can. 58% rates, 28 day account periods when almost everyone gets paid monthly nowadays. My wife has a debt of £2096 with Marisota and I don't know how much with Very. (She says she doesn't know the password! I'm resetting it.) And a credit card, and who knows what else hidden. She doesn't work, I have to pay everything. I want to work out a prediction of where this will all go unless dealt with now. I can use spreadsheets but I'm not sure how they calculate the min
  2. Here’s a bizarre situation! I received a ‘Marisota’ catalogue which included an order form. There were two offers printed on the form ... “a free weekend bag” and, more importantly, “20% off your first order”. I decided to order two pairs of jeans @ £16 each. Because I had no intention of entering into a credit agreement with this mail order company, I enclosed a cheque (payment in full) with my order form, and sent them off in the envelope provided ... this was on the 3rd June 2013. The cheque amount was for £29.59. This sum was calculated as follows: Price of jeans = £32, bu
  3. ********* POSTING FOR A FRIEND******** Hi just some general advice really. I have had these accounts for many many years and never failed with them until recently when i was taken ill at work. I have spent some time in hospital and as a result lost my job so on discharge i come home to find several letters including one threatening one from reliable lol ignored and filed under bin! So I faxed JD Williams direct and asked them to put my account on hold for 28 days while seeking advice. They have refused point blank but offered me a few low payments on 3 then a
  4. Im a single mum of 4 and i've fallen into debt with several creditors, of which Marisota is one of them. I have a DMP in place, but have agreed to pay 5.00 pm until im in a better position to clear the debt. I received a letter from Marisota saying that my account insurance has been cancelled. I didn't even know i had insurance! I also thought the point of having insurance on the account was to cover situations such as mine - struggling to clear the balance? Does anyone know anything about this? I'll appreciate any input. Ps: I haven't contacted Marisota about this as yet, bec
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