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Hi, I really need some advice, basically I have been messed around by 3 or 4 debt management companies. the last 1 that I had ive now complained to the ombudsman. I am currently with Kensignton Financial but I can't afford the monthly fee they are charging me. I told my case manager and all they do if im "in arrears" is send reminder text messages and letters to say that my payment hasn't been made. I have contaced CCCS and payplan to see if they can help. Has anbody else had any dealings with Kensington Financial? I really can't afford it anymore, I am being made redundant in May and the last thing I need is my debt situation to spiral out of control.

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Just write to Kensington Financial and tell them you no longer require their services.

 

You can do it yourself with the help of CAG..........and it is free.

 

Whilst CCCS and Payplan may be able to help you, please be aware that they are funded by the banks and credit card companies; and as such, ultimately have the creditors interests at heart.

One example being that they will refuse to stop payment to a creditor who does not produce a Consumer Credit Agreement when you have made such a request.

 

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