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  1. Hi, I've very new to forums so not sure how these work but I'm hoping someone can help me. Ive been using a company called speedcredit for about 6-7 months now. can as much as they have been useful for me at the time, its now become abit frustrating that there website goes down quite often and on occasion I'm being charged an addition £106 ontop of the balance owed. I borrowed £400. To repay £597 on my pay date. Which is always the 25th of every month. To which they ask this of you when you take the loan out. Now with 25th Dec being a no
  2. Hi, Wonder if anyone can help with a bit of advice. I have got myself into a mess through Payday Loans. I cannot pay these back and the interest rates are murdering me and taking the majority of my wages each month. I decided enough was enough and that I had to get rid of these once for all and took steps to try and get repayment plans setup for each of these loans. The problem with Speedcredit is that they are basically ignoring me and taking a £96 extension fee from me every two weeks. The original loan was £400 taken out on the 11th of October. I have paid £96 in extension fees 3 times
  3. Hi all, got £200 from them, but because was in cycle to take one loan and pay back other, was unable to pay this back in time, they passed my account to NDR and now NDR passed this to Marshall Hoares Bailiffs, not sure if they will pass further, but for me it seem stupid that debt recovery passes to next debt recovery and amount from £200 got to £883, is it legal to do that? And is there any way to reduce that cosmic late fee charges? Also got this today: BY LETTER AND EMAIL Online payment ID: ########## Outstanding amount: 883 PRE-VISIT Notice Client: Speed Credit - S
  4. Hi I took a loan out from SpeedCredit. I thought I would get the option for 28 days but it seems I have only got the loan for 14 days. Today I received a letter stating Please note: IF you need to EXTEND this loan to 4 weeks you do not need to contact us I don't understand. Do I have to pay the interest after the 14 days period and the original amount plus interest in 28 days ? Confused! Thanks Matt
  5. I have only just joined this so forgive me if I'm posting in the wrong place or anything. I took out 200 with speedcredit in May, lost my job, rolled the loan over for another month and when it was due, and then i couldn't pay so called up for a repayment plan. They agreed but somehow tricked me into a agreeing to a repayment plan of £50 a month, adding up to 500 all together when i should have only owed 200 + 2 months interest. When it came to paying back the first £50 i was unable to, so they let me start paying the repayment plan a month later- the catch being that i pay a total of 550 all
  6. Hi unfortunately i am having issues with the above lender and inhouse DCA. Back in May i took out a loan for £100 which at the end of the month stood at £148 which i then went ahead and paid £48 to roll over for another 2 weeks. Unfortunatelyt then me and my partner went seperate ways reducing me to a single income for all bills and rent and financially i was unable to pay this back. After multiple attempts at contact it was then forwarded to NDR at the beginning of July who demanded repayment of £200 double the original amount after applying interest charges by the 24th July. I advi
  7. Been posting on here for quite a while now and the majority of my payday loans have gone bu speed credit what a night mare today received the following correspondance Dear , Thank you for your message passed to us from Speed Credit. Your current outstanding debt is £187 Please remember that your original loan was for 14- 28 days ONLY. Your offer to pay £62 per month has been rejected. However any payments made will be added to your file but WILL NOT be known as a payment plan nor will we freeze any interest. On 18.06.12 you will incur the following charg
  8. Basically, took out an original loan of £100 *SpeedCredit*, with interest it got to £196, then it got passed to NDR and the total skyrocketed to £561 [which also doesnt add up with the figures they've put in the letter] We rung them [but I didn't record the call] and agreed that the debt would be cleared if we paid £200 by 26-06-2012, but a week later we got a letter from AMS saying that we've made no effort to make payments, or an 'acceptable arrangement for repayment'. AMS have also said that unless the amount is paid in FULL by the 26th they will issue County Court Proceedings agai
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