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  1. I wonder if anyone has any ideas regards the following. I have a friend who was repossessed quite a few years ago. There remains a shortfall on two mortgages which are being repaid at £5.00 a month. One will take 380 years, the other 425 years . Approaching 70 years of age and the repayments taken from an already stretched pension, is it not unrealistic of the lenders to continue to insist these token payments are made ? He has already used pretty much everything within the CAG library to persuade the lenders to understand there is no hope of them ever bei
  2. [ATTACH=CONFIG]59556[/ATTACH] April 2014 This guide is for you if you’re relying on an endowment policy to repay your mortgage and you’ve received a shortfall letter.
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