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    • 1. BREAKDOWN OF LOAN Amount of Loan : £20,000.00 Loan Terms : 10 Years Monthly Repayments : £230.00 A.P.R (interest %) : 6.35% (FIXED) Note: - We want to confirm you that your loan amount is completely approved by our company for the amount of £20,000.00.So,for you to get this loan sorted you have to go through a credibility check and you are requested to pay your first month installment in advance which is for the month of March. Your second monthly installment will be due in month of April by direct debit. Once you can make the payment of £230.00, you will receive the loan amount of £20,000.00 in your bank account within 45 minutes. 2. RESPONSIBILITY Although this agreement may be signed below by more than one person, Borrower understands that we are each as individual responsible for paying back the full amount. 3. REPAYMENT The Borrower will pay every month through direct debit. There would direct debit mandate which we will ask the customer to sign. Borrower will repay the amount of this loan in equal uninterrupted monthly installments. 4. PREPAYMENT Borrower has the right to prepay the whole outstanding amount at any time. If borrower does, or if this loan is refinanced – that is, replaced by a new note – Lender will refund the unearned finance charge. 5. LATE CHARGE Any installment not paid within 7 days of its due date shall be subject to a late charge of 0.9% of the  6. DEFAULT If for any reason Borrower fails to make any payment on time, Borrower shall be in default. The Lender can then demand immediate payment on the entire remaining unpaid balance of this loan, without giving anyone further notices. If borrower has not paid the full amount of the loan when the final payment is due, the Lender will charge in interest on the unpaid balance at 4.5% per year. 7. RIGHT OF OFFSET If this loan becomes past due, the Lender will have the right to pay this loan from any deposit or security Borrower have with this lender without notice to me. If the Lender gives me an extension of time to pay this loan, Borrower still must repay the entire loan. *Note: The Annual per Rate (A.P.R) mention above will remain unchanged entire the loans terms. “Terms and Conditions” CENTRAL LOAN aim to ensure all information as maintain is: ◦current ◦fit for the purpose intended ◦complete ◦accurate CENTRAL LOAN provide two services to the customer: •We can transfer the loan amount in customer’s account •We can fix an appointment with the customer to deliver the loan amount at customer’s place in few cases (Fee may include). These terms are subject to the laws of England which shall exclusively govern the interpretation, application and effect of all the above permissions, exclusions, licenses and conditions of use and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of England and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts. DATA PROTECTION: We may as a result of your interaction with the Site hold and process personal information obtained about you when you access the Site and use it for servicing our relationship with you, for the purposes of fraud prevention and debt collection, to understand your financial needs, to conduct our business and to provide you with better customer services and products from both Best Loans and those of selected third parties, to evaluate the effectiveness of our marketing of the Site and for statistical analysis. We may pass this information to other members of the CENTRAL LOAN group or agents, as permitted by law so that they may do the same and they may pass information held by them about you to us so that we may do the same. We will not disclose any such information outside of the Best Tenant Loans group except for fraud prevention purposes and/or if required/obliged by law or Governmental or judicial bodies or agencies or to our regulators under proper authority, or under a strict code of secrecy to sub-contractors or persons acting as our agents or where we have your consent or have previously informed you. 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To do this, you will need to pay off the amount you owe under your agreement which may be reduced by a rebate (reduction) of part of the interest. RETURN, REFUND AND CANCELLATION POLICY: You have the right to cancel in writing up to 14 working days after the loan has been issued. Should you have already received the loan funds, you will be charged interest on a pro rata basis from the date of issue until funds are cleared in our bank account. You have the right to a refund or return of loan repayments accidentally or unintentionally made to us or collected by us. Refunds will be made as soon as practicable but normally within five working days of us being informed. You have to right to cancel your loan application if the loan amount is not credited or deliver in your bank account or home address then CENTRAL LOAN will refund the amount you paid within 24 working hours* (*Condition Apply) DELIVERY POLICY: Our loan agreement will only come into force when both you and we or our authorized representative have signed it or agree over the phone. When the loan is made we will open an account in your name(s) and debit it with the Total Amount Payable       The loan (Amount of Credit) will be delivered to you by transfer into your bank account, cash or by another mutually agreed method. Once your loan application has been approved “in principle” and subject to our usual underwriting criteria, your loan will be issued within two working hours of receipt of all the required fees. ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE: APR is a standard calculation used across the whole UK finance industry. It is a percentage calculation which lets you compare different forms of credit (i.e. loans, mortgages or credit cards) to help you decide on the best value. The APR takes into account interest as well as fees and charges. TYPICAL APR: A "typical" APR is the APR offered to two-thirds (7.8%) of borrowers. The actual APR you are charged is subject to status so you might not qualify for the typical APR The lender will assess your circumstances, such as your income, how much you can afford to repay, the relative security of your job, whether you're on the electoral roll and your credit history. CENTRAL LOAN typical APRs are as follows: Secured loans – typical 2.82% - 5.62% APR FIXED Unsecured loans – typical 5.60% - 17.60% APR FIXED Undertaking: I hereby certify that all the information given above is true to the best of my knowledge. If any of the above information is found to be incorrect at a later stage, I shall be liable to be disqualified/ refund for the personal loan. Regards BORROWERS SIGNATURE CENTRAL LOAN 1) _______________ 25-27 Surrey Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR13NX, United Kingdom Email: support@centralloan.co.uk Web: www.centralloan.co.uk 2) _________________ Contact Number: - +44-161-5051746       full  load agreement        
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    • I wouldn't just ask them. I would send them an email confirming that the dealer has now agreed to receive the car back and that in view of the fact that they sold the car illegally and also in unsatisfactory condition, they have avoided the contract from the very beginning and therefore all agreements to purchase the car and any related agreements to finance it are now considered void from the outset. Tell them that this is your position and you want it confirmed. If your finance company will not confirm it then you are going to begin an immediate complaint to the financial ombudsman service because they will not be observing their duties under the consumer credit act. I think you need to be very insistent about all of this.
    • Were even if your mother died intestate, there must be some probate and somebody must be administrator. Try and send an SAR And incidentally, the principle is statute barred is a statutory limitation but it is subject to court's discretion
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Hi, I have just received almost two years’ worth of backdated benefits during my DRO, so the official receiver cancelled it, but he said that I could keep £700 for bankruptcy.

 

 

I received this money due to my medical condition and I have started buying white goods to replace items including a 28-year-old leaking washing machine. I also intend to buy a fridge freezer and a cooker as my current fridge is 28 years old and my cooker was a hand me down. These items will be my biggest expenditure.

 

 

I was wondering what Items I can buy? bearing in mind that I will most certainly be going bankrupt, so I have decided against replacing my 10-year-old TV, just in case the OC would take a new one. For instance, could I buy a new hoover or a new hard drive for my 6-year-old laptop without worrying about the official receiver taking them to sell?

 

 

Here is what I have bought so far, a new washing machine and proof that the old one was recycled. New bedding, a duvet, bathroom towels, tea towels. an ironing board. I have also been taking photos of some of the broken and worn items that are being replaced.

 

 

I also intend to pay my rent arrears, buy a microwave and some new clothes, pans, a new bedroom carpet, curtains etc. Basically, things that I have needed for years but have not been able to buy because I've been on the lowest rate of Universal Credit.

I intend to keep about £2478 to offer my creditors 18% of what I owe as a full and final settlement. I will also be keeping £700 in case they do not accept and I have no option but to go bankrupt.

 

 

So, I suppose what I'm asking is does this sound okay? in that I am spending just under 50% of my own money on items that I needed for the house, and myself for quite a few years?

 

 

Also, should my creditors refuse my offer could I then go on to buy some more household good such as an air fryer since I will be going bankrupt anyway? I am asking these questions because I do not want the OR to give me a bankruptcy restrictions order. But it’s not like I am buying things that I do not really need.

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No and it seems very clear to me that it is not.

 

 

The only reason I mentioned the first bit was to give an overview before I got into my new questions.

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I guess it could be confusing and I could have edited it better, but I can no longer do that.

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If youre going bankrupt, why offer anything as a F&F? Throw them into the bankruptcy and be done with it. Who are your creditors.

 

If your debts are still with the original creditors. They might moan a bit, but they will prob just shrug and write it off.


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My debts are still with the original creditors, and yes I could do what you suggest because thanks to my DRO being cancelled my credit file is screwed anyhow. My debt is with Barclaycard, Nationwide and Capital One and all are credit card debt.

 

 

 

But I would still like to know how the official reciever would look upon me spending my money on the things that I have listed in my post above. And I would also like to know how much spending on essentials, white goods, house hold essentials, clothes such as a pair of trainers, a couple of pairs of pants and two t shirts and maybe a new coat, paying back rent ect would be seen as reasonable versus going over the top?

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