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After a nightmare year, and help from Ellen, I have been into court three times, but now after 7 months paying the right amount, the mortgage company offered to consolidate the arrears.


This means I am now not in arrears and paying less each month...


I would like to thank this forum for giving the strength to fight,,,,,


Now can someone advise me how to get the suspended notice around my neck away !!!

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