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  1. Hi all, I'm really hoping someone would see this and help me out I'm a 20 year old student and I stupidly took out a £300 loan with TOOTHFAIRY and I signed onto a DMP shortly after, agreeing to take £40 a month. At this point, I apparently had to pay £800. I paid them month by month and to this day I've paid them £310 and I am currently in the process of switching DMP's from Debt Advisory to Stepchange (because they're free) and I received an email from Toothfairy saying that I now needed to repay £1711!!!!!!!!!!!! Bear in mind I have kept up with payments consistently! The £40
  2. Hey guys i don't know if anyone can help. I haven't a clue about debt collectors, agencies etc and i am finding it a little over whelming ! I did something very stupid back in November and took out at loan with tooth-fairy finance for 450 pounds. I missed the repayment date as i was a way my own fault really. There was no contact on their part bar one email when i got back home stating that they have emailed me and phone me etc which they hadn't and because i haven't contacted them my case has been passed to NDR, i rang up tooth fairy finance who then stated my debt had been passed on to NDR
  3. I took out £200 with TFT end of October I think and deffered it a few times then it was due end of December and I contacted them 2 weeks and a week before saying I was struggling due to other bills and my work hours going to 10 hours a week which meant I was only getting £50 or something a week.. They weren't interested now it's been passed on to MHB and NDR, getting the same threats as everyone else and apparently now owe nearly £700.. I sent a letter but don't think they got it.. I spoke to them once on the phone and were not helpful and said to pay £400 and I only want to pay £272 (what I o
  4. I posted sometime last week, basically like everyone else, I had a £200 loan which escalated to nearly £700 in a few days.. I called even before to say I was struggling to pay the £200 and they refused a payment plan. I have been getting non-stop calls from TFF, NDR and MHB, who are apparently going to come to my house, I ignored most of the calls and sent a letter to them. Today I got a call from this number - 01224 931013. They have called me the most, and in their voicemails they say "from nothern debt recovery" then I got another two voicemails a couple of days ago "from MHB.." and only
  5. Dear All, I'm looking for advice on how to contact NDR so that I can pay my son's account, which was originally with Tooth Fairy, but has been passed over to NDR. I have read all the alarming posts regarding these companies (who I believe are one and the same), and my son has received many nasty texts and emails from these cowboys, to the point of extreme stress. He originally borrowed £400, but somehow they have managed to increase this amount to £1400. He did actually pay £200 off, but his building society returned the money to his account, stating that they refused to forward funds to
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