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  1. Hi all. It's my first time to post a thread and I am hoping that you can help me out with my problem. In January 2008, I took out a £3361 loan from Welcome finance, that included the fess and interests. And in June 2008, I lost my job and I was unable to pay the repayments. Recently, I checked my experian report and the balance now is £8500 and it is still not in default. All I can see are the red 6666666666666 from 2008. I know that when a credit agreement is defaulted or settled, it will drop off from the credit file after 6 years. But now I'm confused because my loan wasn't settled or
  2. have had a pre enforecement letter pushed through for 800 council tax. have cancelled a savings policy which will credit my acc.on 3rd dec.when can be paid in full. are they likely to accept this or will i get grief until that date.....or should i give post dated to the council. many thanks:?:
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