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Hi

 

We made the huge mistake of taking out a loan with Swift and as well as being behind, we have put our house on the market as we cannot afford Swift's fees, its just putting us in the red with council tax ect.

 

We did take out PPI.

 

What steps should I complete to sort out the PPI issue, maybe overcharging of fees and any other way I can get the buggers. Swift have ruined what was our dream home, were we inteneded to bring up our four children and stay for the rest of our lives. Hopefully my marrage will survive.

 

Loan was for £24,500 over seven years plus other bits were added that bring the loan taken out to just under £30k, No doubt I will owe alot more than that when we sell the house.

 

If someone could put a simple list up of steps to complete to see if there is any way out of this mess I would be really gratefull.

 

Mudge


Mudge

East Sussex.

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Hi, how was your loan structured?

 

Is it an Unregulated loan?

 

How was the loan paid to you and in what amounts?

 

 

Did they pay other debts for you?

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They paid off my mortgage arrears.

 

Where do I look for unregulated and how do you mean structured?


Mudge

East Sussex.

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Attached are our agreement if anyone can spare 5 mins to advise I would be grateful.swift2a.pdf

 

swift1a.pdf

 

Changed to hide some info. Thanks to those who pointed it out.

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Mudge

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Hi Mudge....I have unapproved the attachments (don't worry you haven't done anything wrong !!) But you need to edit your name off the documents....


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