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Ok my partner had an overdraft with Halifax for the sum of £100, he went over drawn by £1 and the charges started to pile on.

 

His debt has been passed around a little and he has already paid the sum of around £50 of this debt off.

 

The letter he has had today is from IQOR the new name for legal and trade. Stating they are been told to recover £201.97 in full.

 

He is basically sick of this, he is not well due to have a lung operation in June in relation to a dark mass being found. Although he is trying to work at times he can't.

 

He basically wants to say stuff you, take me to court and i will pay £50-£60 of what i owe of the original overdraft not all these charges.

 

Do you think it is worth contacting this company direct and explaining the above and asking if they will agree to a final settlement of £60 and scrap the rest. Or is it unlikely for them to accept this?

 

He is more than willing to pay back his overdraft he is not disputing the amount for this, but all the charges are ridiculous!

 

Also does anyone know if they have a website and or email address???

 

I look forward to hearing from someone.

 

 

Thanks in advance.

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SAR the original creditor and inform iqor that the account is dispute whilst a charge re claim is ongoing.

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