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  1. Hi, I hope that someone out there might have some helpful information for me. In the late 2000's I managed to get myself into a considerable amount of debt and ended up having my house repossessed. As some of you will identify with this was an extremely stressful time and put a large strain on my marriage. My house was repossessed in 2009 and was , I believe sold at auction. I have never been able to establish how much it sold for. In no small part because we 'upped sticks' and left and I never informed Natwest who I had my mortgage with of my new address (frightened, worried , head in the s
  2. Hi All We are facing a horrid time with the Bank of Ireland Litigation team and are in urgent need of some help to set aside a repossession judgment. As time is of the essence I won't go into all the issues we have with how we are being treated by this Bank here (but will return to explain more later) Basically we have a very small portfolio of properties which is instead of a pension. So my wife and I are trying desperately to hold on to them as you can imagine. We have an adopted child with some special needs and financially we are struggling. The Bank of Ireland hold two
  3. Please help. I purchased a vehicle on an HP Arrangement which started in April 2009 and I have made all payments to date except for Sept & October HP payments each of 524.42. In December 2010, I was taken to court for arrears and agreed to repay back the monthly HP plus £100 towards the arrears. I have not missed any payments except for the above two mentioned. I only have 7 payments left on a 48 x monthly payment contract so in theory I have paid more than 1/3 of the entire HP agreement. I am concerned as I am now in default of the court order from Dec 2010. Ca
  4. Help! I have a secured loan with swift advances that I am in arrears with. My income is less than it was when I first took it out as I only have 1 job now. When I took the loan out, Swift didnt ask for any income proof, just how much I was earning. I have now recieved court papers for possession of my property. I am worried sick. I have arrears on council tax and water rates, as well as various credit cards. I do not want to lose my house! I suffer from depression for which I have had periods of long term sick from work and I am still on the medication. Please advise me how to deal with these
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