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Hi, I hope that someone out there might have some helpful information for me.

In the late 2000's I managed to get myself into a considerable amount of debt and ended up having my house repossessed. As some of you will identify with this was an extremely stressful time and put a large strain on my marriage. My house was repossessed in 2009 and was , I believe sold at auction. I have never been able to establish how much it sold for. In no small part because we 'upped sticks' and left and I never informed Natwest who I had my mortgage with of my new address (frightened, worried , head in the sand etc.). I am now being chased for a £36000 shortfall by G.E Money who I had a secured loan/2nd mortgage with. This £36000 is basically the amount outstanding on the loan...meaning they received no payment from the sale. I owed around £50,000 to Natwest and I have heard that the house sold for around £80,000 so some of the money should have gone towards the GE loan. Does anyone know how I can find out without stirring up any old problems as I have made massive advances in clearing other debts and I'm worried about any potential outcome if I contact Natwest..(ie outstanding fees ect).

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