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  1. Hi, we've had a few issues with a local credit union recently. Having gone over paperwork for a loan for a family member, it appears that the credit union refused to off-set savings to allow a defaulted debt to be paid off, and instead insisted on refinancing. If the savings had been used to off-set, the debt outstanding would have been approx. £300 and could have been repaid easily in a couple of months, at the time. The person asked to do this (in writing). The credit union refused. As it is, the person now cannot repay the repayments at all as they have only PIP as income,
  2. Hi All I would be very grateful if anybody can advice me what to do next with my PPI claim. I received a letter from Black Horse some weeks ago saying I could be owed PPI from a loan for a car. I filled the form out and noticed that the term of the loan was incorrect. I checked my own records, which as this was from 2003 was not much, and found a copy of a credit report from 2010 which showed a loan starting in oct 2003 running until apr 2006 and then been replaced with a loan running from apr 2006 running until Nov 2011. I informed Black Horse of this on the claim form. Th
  3. Hi, If you took out a small loan and then refinanced them to make a chain and all had ppi would that mean your ppi claim will definately be upheld? or at least have a good chance of being upheld?
  4. Have loan agrements for all four of these with same lender, statements of rebates when first, second and then third were refinanced - under 1983 regs (we're going back to mid-1990's here) - and have approx date (within 14 days) of final settlement via new loan from a second lender. Due to time etc, we have no actual statements, we don't have statements for bank accounts to show repayments being made (we could try a SAR if really going to be needed, but have not done as yet), but the rebate calcns from the lender and amounts rolled over do broadly tally to estimates made using the loan progres
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