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    • Calm Down please.... there is only one way to deal with this and that is - PROPERLY. Being surrounded by 'lawyers' who deal with 'disputes', just like going to the likes of CAB, in this instance has, most probably, to date,  sadly not helping you here. Such people always project an Aura of confidence, when the truth is they don't actually have the vast successful experience of the members here in dealing with the likes BMW. there are over 350 threads here . as far i gather this is the situation, In April, a car was purchased by your son from BMW. Finance taken out to purchase it has since been paid in full, as well as full payment for an annual Insurance policy. within 6 weeks, it was discovered and confirmed in writing, via a report from a local garage, that the car indeed had numerous performance modifications undertaken. Namely being remapped and with modifications to the exhaust system. having contacted his ins co, they require a further £5k to uprate his policy, without it renders the existing insurance policy invalid, thus the car is not being driven.  again within this 6 weeks, you wrote to BMW rejecting the car (we need to see this letter please. scan it up to PDF, please read our UPLOAD guide). at first BMW were onboard, even sending their own inspector, confirming the mods etc. but in the last 9 days since said inspection, comms have now gone dead. .................. you have 2 options - 1 - allow BMW to sort the car FOC and without hassle to him, but probably within their own snails pace timeframe. 2- EVENTUALLY bring legal action - this would most probably be under contract law, not a claim under the consumer rights act . (as financially you would lose out big time) to do 2. which is not easy and rather complex to calculate the financial sum involved...... we need all the info @BankFodder has requested. of many, but one good reason for this is say for this new mot, show the old one was suspect, good bargaining chip against 2500mls usage deductions... your call but you need to do this properly or not at all...............    
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HI Guys,

help and advice needed, I had a payday loan with this company, unable to pay in full, emailed them asking for a repayment plan, they have ignored my request, they are saying that I have done a fraudulant application although this is my second loan with this company!!!!!

I am trying to obtain there sort code and account number!!!

Does anyone know how I can get this?????:-x

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I would nt worry too much. They are already in breach of OFT guidance by saying you have committed fraud.

 

Do you have the companies address? if so, i have a little trick you can use, that they will absolutely hate but they cant refuse to accept your money that way. It is a site admins idea, and it has worked for almost everyone advised by it, but to do it, you need to have tried every other method of payment possible.

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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Yes I have there address, it is very annoying as I am offering to pay £50 per month, but they are not emailing me back at all.

I presume they are trying to scare me with the words "fraud" like loads of people I have had numerous payday loans and most have agreed to re payment plans but not these.

They are also known as NOVA LOANS? I cannot find any bank details for them so what do I do???

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Ok. Try this.

 

Get a postal order for the amount you want to pay. Deduct the cost of the postal order, the fee the post office charges, and the stationary used to send the Postal order to the lender, from the total debt owed.

 

Then send the lender a letter with the postal order, by recorded delivery. Send something along the lines of:

 

 

Formal letter of complaint

Dear idiots,

 

I have tried numerous times to come to an arrangement to repay my loan with you. You have either refused outright or didnt have the common courtesy to reply to any of my contact. Infact, you have directly accused me of a criminal offence. An accusation i am currently taking legal advice on.

 

Due to you refusing my chosen method of payment to you and your inability to provide me any other satisfactory form of payment, i have no choice but to enclose this postal order for payment 1 of my repayment plan that i can afford. Please note that any costs incurred of getting this postal order and sending it to you will be deducted from the total debt owed by me. Under UK law, you are NOT allowed to refuse any payment towards my debt. With this in mind, i require you to deduct the payment from the debt along with the costs that i have incurred of getting and sending the Postal Order to you.

 

Another payment will be made on xx/xx/xxxx by postal order unless you agree to my repayment plan and provide me either a giro slip or your bank details to allow me to forward payment.

 

Should you choose to escalate this loan, and not agree to my chosen repayment plan, any and all correspondence by you will be used as evidence in any further action you or i may take. I will also inform the relevant authority that you have consistantly refused my offers of repayment and left me no choice but to use a postal order.

 

This letter constitutes a formal complaint and a copy of which is being sent to the Oft.

 

Sincerely

 

 

read it carefully and edit to suit. make sure you get a full complaint into the OFT as well. You MUST report them for this.

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If they have sent you that Neil, please get the fca onto it asap. That is something they are not allowed to do and they can lose their license over it

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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If they have sent you that Neil, please get the fca onto it asap. That is something they are not allowed to do and they can lose their license over it

 

have started my own post for this as didnt want to hijack someones elses post.....what should i say?

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