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CCCS DMP (whilst still pursuing some claims?)

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Good morning all (awake because of work rather than debt this time!). I had a very useful conversation with CCCS yesterday and feel quite likely to proceed with DMP plan with them.

 

I see on threads elsewhere that experience is generally favourable. My question please is if I do go for the DMP should any disputed debts be included? If they are, does this preclude me from continued pursuit with them? I do not want to loose the right to put a few of them in their places whilst sorting my own mess out! (only fair I pursue them for their failings as I am going to be paying for mine! :rolleyes:


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I would suggest including all debts whether they are enforceable or not, in order to get all of them cleared within your DMP. You may continue your pursuit with them, but just keep CCCS in the loop x

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Thanks loobyloo - this was my inclination to be honest. I am fundamentally committed to paying back the principle sums owed (although many of them are obviously disagreeing with me in terms of time frames for this!) :( but equally the more I learn from CAG and the more I dig and ask questions the more of them actually have something to be held account for right back!

 

If I go the dmp route I will include for now but keep them posted - if escalates to point where not paying I understand I can tell cccs and they will act accordingly.

 

Many thanks ;)


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I also am in DMP with CCCS. I instructed a Solicitor with regards to a Northern Rock loan of £20000 outstanding.Although the Solicitor said that it was totally unenforceable due to 1974 CCA etc, she said that as I had been making reduced monthly payments it could be construed that I had broken the agreement with them! Subsequently, I could have cleared the debt but I would have been liable for the court costs which would have been far greater than the loan!

If only I contacted a solicitor before going into a DMP!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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sorry but the solicitor is wrong,

 

how could you break a contract that is not a valid contract in the first place.

 

If can afford a sol try one that knows about consumer agreements

 

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