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  1. TL;DR Akinika calling and sending letters about DWP debt that has been repaid. Should I ignore, write and tell them to jog on, or contact DWP? In 1999 I was temporarily homeless, and got a crisis loan for b&b, food e.t.c. Was paying £10 a week back, then lost my job and was on jsa for ~6 weeks, they were taking a few quid a week out to repay the loan. When I got another job, I started paying back £10 a week like before. Last payment was sometime in early 2000. In late 2005, got a letter from DWP saying I still owed £82 and a bit of change. I did my sums and it seem
  2. Hello, I am wondering if you can help / provide advice for my brother. He ended up in some financial difficulties following a car accident which meant he was unable to work (self employed) for a while several years ago. As a result he got into some financial difficulties which were finally sorted in 2012 (or so we thought!). The debt was for a credit card at Lloyds TSB, who passed the debt to a company called 1st Credit. A full and final settlement figure was agreed with 1St Credit in May 2012 (we have a letter from them confirming this). However, in August/September 2
  3. Hi, A few years ago I regrettably took out a payday loan with Wonga. Unable to repay the full amount (after interest had been added) I ended up taking a loan out with Quickquid. Things spiralled out of control until I literally had around 6-7 payday loans on the go at once. It got so bad that I had to join a debt management company (Fresh Start). Now I'm reading that companies are having to pay customers back who have a loan currently with them. What about customers who took loans out with these companies when their affordability checks would have still been in disrepute?
  4. Evening I just received a letter asking me to repay all my mortgage. I am in arrears - but only by half last month's mortgage. The current month is due now. I have been slow paying for the last year but have always paid monthly, just not the correct amount - due to having too many recent unexpected financial commitments and juggling. I am panicking. I am just not in the position to repay all the mortgage now. The term is not up yet. And can not let them even begin to instigate legal proceedings. Not for being half a month in arrears. I am not sure what I w
  5. Hi, I took out a £100 loan with Microlend at the start of June, I subsequently left my job and could not afford to repay. At the time, I made a token gesture of £35 reducing my balance to £135.00. This I was told, in text and via the phone would be frozen, no interest or charges to be added, and they would keep in touch with me over the next couple of months. This I agreed to, and subsequently started a new, temporary contract. Paid through an umbrella company, which I explained to them meant my wages could hit my account on payday at any point of the day and they agreed, and
  6. 'Mike' was forced to hand over £8,000 redundancy cheque He took two jobs but lost both as poverty left him 'living on Mars bars' The victim of a loan shark has revealed how he was forced to repay £90,000 on a £250 car loan - and was even forced to hand over a redundancy payoff of £8,000. During the 17-year ordeal, 'Mike' had his home repossessed, suffered a heart attack and tried to commit suicide. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2168295/I-repaid-90-000-250-car-loan--borrower-lost-home-attempted-suicide-debts-racked-up.html#ixzz1ze2PHN7A
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