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Hi,

I was widowed last year a few weeks after my husband was involved in an RTA which wrote of our car.

 

The car was financed by the Funding Corporation.

 

We realised that the finance was a ridiculous amount of interest, and intended to pay it off sooner.

 

When we originally put a claim in with our insurance company,

the settlement figure was around £8000,

which would have left us paying a few hundred quid plus the excess.

 

But with my husband dying, I didn't go through with the claim, as I was all over the place, and tbh, everything has gotten out of hand as I couldn't cope.

 

They recently caught up with me,

and I am now pursuing the claim again,

so that I can pay them.

 

The problem is, that now they want over £17000 for the debt,

which the insurance pay out won't even get near.

 

They have said that they will send me an income and expenditure form,

and I have asked them for a new settlement figure,

but they refuse to give me a new figure, and say they just want me to start paying.

 

I've told them that there is no chance of me being able to pay,

and that I refuse to pay over £17000.

Surely there must be a way of sorting it?

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i would NOT trust TFC as far as i could kick them!..

 

look at the agreement

 

if it shows GAP

then you are covered

 

though as said if its not in your name, not your problem.

 

dx

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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There was no GAP taken out, and even though I was not working at the time, or now, they still wanted me to sign the agreement. So now I am liable. I don't have any of the paperwork.

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I'm no expert with this, but I think you should be putting in a SAR request (that is asking for the information they hold about you and your late husband regards this agreement). It costs £10 and there is a template letter on here somewhere. That's going to get you all the paperwork hopefully, so you can go through it and see what is what. I wouldn't pay them a penny until I knew what it was all about, and after the year you've been through, its perfectly understandable that you are all at sea over this.

 

I'm sure others with more expertise will post up with advice for you, but this at least will get the ball rolling. General advice is don't talk to them on the phone anymore and everything in writing, what you send needs to go signed for.

 

Good luck I hope it gets sorted for you. X

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Love to know how they justify the amount they say you owe.

Any advice i give is my own and is based solely on personal experience. If in any doubt about a situation , please contact a certified legal representative or debt counsellor..

 

 

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I've spoken to the Funding Corporation today, after receiving an income and expenditure form, with a letter and a balance of £17802.50!

 

What they said was that at the time they sent the settlement figure to the insurance company,

that was the total loan amount,

 

but then they gave a rebate for early settlement.

 

This meant that after the insurance company had paid out, we would have owed a few hundred quid, based on the 8800 or so that the funding corporation would accept.

 

But obviously,

I've left it over a year to sort out, and they have said that because of the default on payments, the full amount without rebate is due.

 

So I would be left with a £10000 debt after the insurance pays out(assuming the insurance company will still pay what they were going to).

 

I told them that it was rediculous, as I would be paying out of my benefits for the rest of my life!

 

They are going to consult with their management to see if I can still have a rebate,

and assuming the insurance company still pay out the same,

I will be left with between £2000 and £3000 to pay.

 

It's better than £10000, I suppose.

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