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Hi all. I am a first timer on this site but am desperate for any advise that people have.

 

I have had a loan with Llyods since 2005 and until March have kept the payments up even though we now have only one income coming in. I have to admit that Llyods itself were very helpful and gave me all the contact details of CCCS who are now helping us to try and make ends meet. I have spoken to the collections dept every couple of days since March as we were advised to cancel all of our direct debits. I have explained everytime to different people that we were now dealing with CCCS and even though Llyods said they knew this the collections dept had no record from any of the conversions I had with them about this.

 

I'm afraid today became one of the worst days though as I went to our cash machine to get a mini statement to find they have taken 750 pounds out of my account for my 2 missing payments of my loan even though the direct debt was cancelled in March. The foreign gentleman that i spoke then told me there was nothing that i could do about this as there was no payment plan in process even though they knew i was with CCCS and i could not do anything about it and if they wanted to take any money about of my account they could without any warning . When i tried to explain to him that the money that was taken out was my rent money and that i have been told that if i missed a payment then eviction was always the action. This was not personal but company policy which to be honest is fair enough, he told me it was not their problem. Please i am desperate for any advise as I have a 2 year old daughter that i do not want to be make homeless.

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Hi and welcome to CAG. I hope we can help you sort this out.

 

When you cancelled the direct debit, did you put it in writing, or receive any confirmation that they'd done it?

 

Regardless of that I think this information about direct debits should help you.

 

The direct debit guarantee applies to all banks and building societies taking part in the direct debit scheme. It says that:

 

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If there is a change in the amount to be paid or the payment date, the person receiving the payment (the originator) must notify the customer in advance.

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If the originator or the bank/building society makes an error, the customer is guaranteed a full and immediate refund of the amount paid.

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Customers can cancel a direct debit at any time by writing to their bank or building society.

 

The above comes from the FOS and the link to the item in full is here. issue 27 - banking - direct debit guarantee

 

 

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I think this might be the bank using the Right of Set Off.

I would set up a parachute account and get ALL payments sent to that account so that the bank cannot take money from the account.

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FSA Waiver on Bank Charges:http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pages/Doing/Regulated/Notify/Waiver/pdf/dir_quart_0709.pdf

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