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Received enforcable CCA from Aktiv Kap - what next!

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Hi everyone

Have received a copy of the original agreement that I signed with first national in 2003.

They now want proposals for payment which I am prepared to do but only what i can afford which at present would be £10.00 per month, any ideas how you would word a letter to them saying that is all i have to pay i have seen something on the site BUT do you think i can find an appropriate letter....just like the thing when you need something you cant find it.

I have post a copy of the CCA for your viewing and comments.

Cheers afw

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any chance you have a claim/relcaim on the payment protection plan?

 

ida x


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Hi Ida

Unfortunately in this instance we didnt take PPI with this loan, there is not much left to pay to it as we had paid nearly 80% of the loan before we got into difficulties however it does seem a lot when you dont have any spare cash, hopefully they shall let us pay a minimum payment until we can get back on our feet...hopefully being the operative word here.

Many thanks for the suggestion it would have been the answer in this instance.

Have a nice evening.

Cheers

afw

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