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  1. Hi guys, I'm wondering if anyone can help me with a toothfairy problem. I've had a number of payday loans that have become a problem in the last month or two. I've contacted all of them and come to a reasonable conclusion with all of them excluding Toothfairy. I've contacted toothfairy a lot of times both before and after the default. The outstanding balance on my due date was £544. I offered a repayment of £50 a month and on the due date I made the first payment of £50.00. Since then I have received a number of texts and emails from toothfairy, NDR and now Marshall Hoare debt collection all of which seem to be a part of Toothfairy. Up until today each time I contact any of these people I have had an automatic system response saying that payment plans are not acceptable and they want payment in full. This morning however I have received an email from Marshall Hoare saying that they will accept a payment plan of £150 a month. The problem is however that instead of it being for the £544 I originally owed them it is now for £1,090 which if you include the payment of £50 I have already made them is now over double what I owe already. I've made a complaint to NDR which they have said they will respond to within a month however in the mean time I'd like some advice as to what happens next from anyone who has had dealings in the past. I assume if this goes to court then I can argue about the unfair fees however I'd rather it didn't get that far, but also I have no intention of paying back over double the amount I am due. It hasn't even been a month since my due date currently! Any advide would be amazing. Thanks Lucy
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