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  1. Hi all, First time post. I've read through all of the posts and the advice is extremely valuable. However, I have a very specific question about how debts are tracked when living abroad. I have the following debts here in the UK: Credit card 1: £2,500 Credit card 2: £5,500 Overdraft: £3,000 Student loan: £8,000 (post 1998) Long story short, I had an overdraft of £500 about 6 years ago. I went to work with a family member who promised much but delivered nothing and also didn't pay me a wage. Ultimately, I fell into debt, which I have managed to maintain and not defa
  2. Hi, I went to uni 1998-2001. In that time I used loans from SLC. In 2002 I moved to Australia ad every year provided SLC with my financial info and contact detail. I moved again in 2011 and emailed SLC with my new contact details. my auntie received a phone call from Transcom looking for me - I have no idea why they contacted her as I have never given my aunties details. SLC must not have got my new address details and passed my debt over to transcom. I have never started paying my debt back as I became a mum and have not worked since I finished uni. I have always intended t
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