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TOWER CAPITAL have tricked me


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Hi

 

OK so basically I have an ongoing dispute with TOWER CAPITAL LIMITED, I took a payday loan out with them some time ago & I defaulted on the payments.

 

I asked if I can pay £20 per month (£250 outstanding balance) and they said that if I increased the payments to £50 per month they would not take any further action (meaning no register a CCJ against me!)

 

So I set up a standing order thinking everything was OK with the payments, my first one came out 1st September ok and cleared, I then receive papers from the court about a CCJ being registered against me, I had filled in forms I had received from the Money Claim Online that they did, but they said I should fill these forms in and send back and then if I keep to my £50 they would not register a CCJ against me, and they have done.

 

I am really angry about this, and they just don’t seem to be helping me, I have evidence that they have said this and confirmed to me many times that they will not register a CCJ.

 

I feel tricked and deceived by them!

 

I have put in a complaint with the Financial Ombudsman and also have sent a letter to Northampton Court with emails from TOWER CAPITAL attached.

 

What else can I do to get this CCJ removed?

 

I am desperately trying to clear debt and get back on straight and this has really set me back a lot!

 

Thanks

Vicky

Wish I was rich....... :(:(

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