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Hi

 

I have defaulted on a payday loan with Wonga. They have taken out c£800 from my account since the day the payment was due, they are not replying to any correspondence and the debt is still at the same level as when I initially defaulted.

 

However the thing that really worries me is that, although I have stopped using the bank linked to Wonga (Coop) and arranged for my wages to go into another account I have (NatWest), I notied 3 x £10 debits there this week. I have now set up online banking and these debits were made by Wonga. I have never given them the details of NatWest and never authorised any payments from this account.

 

I am going into branch this afternoon but am concerned that they can get cash from any account and any from any card I have without me knowing.

 

Has anyone any ideas about how I resolve this problem?

 

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inform the bank that you did not authorise this dd and that the money was taken illegally


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Hi

 

Have you made any new applications for one of these loans? They may have obtained your new details this way if you have. Some of these brokers send your details to a whole host of PDL companies. But as PGH states they do not have your permission so bank should refund.

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Thanks for the replies, I did repay a Payday UK loan with the new account, so I suppose they may have shared the info. I just went into the bank, clueless is what I would call them, they couldn't tell me how the cash was withdrawn, either from my debit card or via direct debit. I have an appointment with someone later this afternoon, hopefully they will know what they are talking about

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