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  1. Hi New to the forum but have reading through a lot of related threads and now i'm a little confused as what action to take (if any next). I have spend the last couple of years fixing my shambolic credit history, got myself into a right state back in 2010/2011 with debt totalling around £12k with various creditors, defaulted on everything and avoided by ignoring letters/moving, etc. Over the last 2 years I have been tackling them one by one arranging settlements and have a single creditor left totalling just over £4k. This debt is related to a Bill of Sale Agr
  2. The personal current account review will seek to establish how the market has evolved since the OFT's market study in 2008. It will look at whether initiatives agreed by the OFT with banks have been successful at improving the switching process, increasing the transparency of personal current account charges and allowing people to manage their accounts more effectively. http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2012/62-12
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