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  1. I took out a mortgage with the Money Store in 1999 and it was transferred by them to Platform Funding Limited later in 1999. Although I wasnt self employed then the Mortgage ppi was just added to the loan £1,825.80, I was never asked if I wanted it and it was an upfront payment. As a few months later I paid the mortgage off and subsequently the mortgage ppi. Is it too late to request the ppi back. I have the mortgage account number and I understand Platform is now owned by the coop? Who would you contact?
  2. I received a letter in 2016 from Platform homeloans explaining they had found I was charged excessive late fees etc on a mortgage I had with them, I had a total of £427 returned to my mortgage account including interest payment. I recently wrote to them asking for full breakdown of the refund as I wanted to check the correct interest was returned to me, I also asked that any charges added to the mortgage would be addressed. I was sent a statement of account together with a letter telling me they were happy with the fees returned to me, but no breakdown of the fee's as requested.
  3. took out a mortgage with platform in july 2005 to purchase my property.all payments paid to date until oct 14. I was given notice by my employer that due to decline in work i had lost my job. Seeked advice from money advice service they told me to apply for a mortgage holiday. Platform looked at our circumstances decided to allow us to reduce our mortgage by £200 per month for 3 months .we accepted this. Halfway through this 3 month period we began to be bombarded by phone calls messages letters with regard to the arrears on our account. we replied to these lett
  4. Hi guys, Just had a letter today from Amigo loans about "my £500 loan application" that had been passed onto them by "Loan Platform". I have not applied for any sort of loan for a good 6 months now and have no idea who "Loan Platform" are. I have rang Amigo up and they have said they have had other calls about the same broker but the guy on the phone said he knows nothing of them. Has anyone else had this type of letter? Could it simply be Amigo send my letters to tempt me? Thanks
  5. Sorry about the length of this thread but I wanted to get everything in. I am a buy to let landlord, I have recently got into a couple of problems with tenants paying late and have run up small amounts of arrears £100-£150, I have taken steps to reduce the arrears over a 3 month period. I have been making payments to Platform by cheque each month, I have more than one account and make one cheque payment to cover all the mortgages, I enclose the mortgage account numbers in a letter and on the back of the cheque with my request. Two months ago the cheque was cashed and added to only
  6. For a number of years we have had a mortgage with platform, we have never paid late or missed a payment, in 2008 the property became unsuitable for our needs due to other commitments, there was no chance of selling it as the mortgage was way too high and values had gone through the floor, so we asked if we could let the property. Platform agreed to this. They charged a annual £35 "Tenancy Review Fee - As part of us agreeing to let your residential property we have the right to conduct a review. If we choose to do so we will tell you at the time of the review in writing. The non-refundable
  7. Hi - my parents have an interest only platform mortgage and are not in arrears, my Dad is 69 and they have informed him they are cancelling the mortgage when he hits his 70th birthday next year, he has recently had heart trouble and has lived in the property all their married life - can anything be done? can they do this? I have thought about taking over the mortgage - only problem is i separated from my partner last year and have late payments on credit cards until my house is sold in a couple of months - plus i am self employed which doesn't help :/ I want to help them whats the be
  8. Hi I have sent a request to Platform Home Loans and a £10 postal order, but they replied to me saying that the claim is too old and they have no information and returned my postal order. Is that it for me now? Will I just have to leave this?
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