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I have been helping a friend of my daughters sort her debt problems out. She has 3 payday loans. I have sorted 2 of them and got them to freeze interest and allow her to pay the loans at a minimum amount. The 3rd one is with Clear Account and they just won't play ball at all.On her debt of £350 she is paying £35 per month and they are charging her £15 in interest. Is there anything that can be done to get them to freeze the interst and not charge her anymore? TIA

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Yep. Send her the letter from CAG's library asking for them to accept fixed payments and cease interest. If they refuse, then drop the repayments to £1 a month. If a I&E has already been sent in, then they are in violation of their credit licence and guidelines on debt collection, and are profiting off her misfortune, choosing to unfairly put themselves ahead of other creditors.

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Hi

The FCA have email addresses for companies registered with them.

 

Clear Account has changed its name to safety Net Credit

 

You could email the FCA registered member of the company

 

 

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