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  1. Hi All, I have a number of payday loans and cannot currently pay the debt (£1000). I am leaving the UK next month and will be living in Canada for a number of years and then in Ireland for four years. If I was to return to the UK to live it would be in six or seven year’s time. Can someone please advise me on what the consequences are of walking away from the loan companies and ignoring the debt? It seems like a desperate option but may be my only one. Any advise welcome. Many thanks.
  2. Hi i took a loan out with wonga.com, for a total of £400, i have made a payment plan with them as i couldnt afford to repay it, they have advised me if i dont stick to this payment plan then there going to take me to the cleaners basically for a total of £1,500 which i just dont have, i have called 5 times and was told they would call me back with no reply from them, i have an 8 month old child which i need to sort out first as she is my main priority and i will pay them £50 to pay off this loan, they are not helpful and refuse to help me out is there any way i can sort this out with out being taken to court.
  3. Is this a record? Via 'Yes Loans' I was offered a Pay Day advance. I did not request this, I just wanted a quote for a car loan. Click to enlarge - the APR is 88,963%.
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