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    • we need to prepare Non-guarantor paperwork for you which will cost >>> you >>> £895. This paperwork will act like a guarantor for your loan for >> the >>> whole loan period.  Before we provide this loan to you we need to >> make >>> >>> sure that after you receive this loan we should not lose the money. >> So >>> >>> we have to show to the financial conduct authority that you can pay >>> your >>> repayment on time. >>> >>> So, in this case you are required to pay the Guarantor paperwork > fee >>> of >>> £895 which is just the one-time payment and will be refunded along >>> with >>> your loan amount. Once, you cleared this guarantor fee than we will >> be >>> >>> able to transfer your funds to your bank account within 60 minutes >> of >>> time. >>> >>> Note:- Just because of paperwork your transaction is on hold please >> do >>> >>> this & get your money before 12 today. >>> >>> Regards, >>> Linda Thomson >>> Manager >>> Account & Transfer   what  she has now been told as well as this     Cancellation on this stage of the loan will cost you with 590 pounds >> as >> this amount is been debited from our account,so please do the final >> payment and get the amount sorted for you. >> Your co-operation will be much appreciated.
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NRAM Formal demand letter

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Hi All,

 

I have a BTL property. I was in arrears of months. Today I have recd a letter for formal demand to pay full mortgage in 1 week.

 

I have cleared the arrrears as of this morning.

 

I am bit surprise no notice or anything during this 4 months except letter of arrears.

 

I was wondering what are my options?

 

Any help would be much appreciated.

 

Thanks

Bill

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Thanks Andy

 

Just reminder letters on arrears. the relation ship manager says he cant do anything inspiteof clearing arrears.

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Does it apply to Buy to let mortgages?

 

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4.3 The protocol does not apply to Buy to Let mortgages

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Ah apologies I missed that......anyway you have cleared the arrears.....


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