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I took out a loan of £350 but just a couple of days later I was sacked from work. I had been on sick pay and may have been fired unfairly, however the fact remains that my circumstances have changed and I now have no income source. The reason I had been signed off of work by my doctor was due to stress so I am anxious as to what Wonga may say. I have tried emailing and phoning them but emails are not replied to and the phone is not answered. If anybody can provide any help it would be much appreciated, thanks.


EDIT: Sorry, forgot to say, the amount I owe is just under £500; the loan itself was £350. Thanks.

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Firstly get your card reported as lost/stolen as they will try and help themselves. A new bank account is even better for peace of mind. Then its on to negotiation and this can take some time. Wonga eventually come to an acceptable arrangement. If you are out of work I would suggest they will have to accept very small monthly payments. have a read throug the various threads on Wonga for some ideas on what you are up against.

If they are ignoring you now they will soon be in touch when they can't collect payment. You will have to play a waiting game.

Good luck - They can't have what you haven't got!!!!

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