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    • Hi GHL and welcome to CAG   You now have your own thread to use from here on ( to avoid hijacking someone else's thread where you first posted).   I assume there were 2 separate m/ships and not a joint m/ship, but please confirm.   I hope you've read other threads here which should help you understand how Harlands/CRS operate. They use every opportunity to make far more money from missed payments and penalty fees, than what they make from taking a percentage fee from ongoing monthly gym fees.   Yours was a rolling monthly m/ship so you only needed to give them notice to quit but there was no minimum 12 month term. Hence all you owe them is £19.99 each.   Write a letter to Harlands, each of you :- 1. Offering to pay the £19.99 for the notice period you failed to give 2. Offer valid for 14 days only. 3. Offer withdrawn if they fail to accept, or if they demand any higher amount.   Post a draft of your letter here first so we can check it.    Letter(s) should be sent from the PO and get a free Certificate of Posting from the PO Counter.  
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Wonga Administrator Update

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Update from the Joint Administrators of Wonga


Dear Victim

Following a court hearing on 25 April 2019, the Joint Administrators of WDFC UK Limited (trading as Wonga.com) include links below to two statutory notices that are being provided to you as someone who has submitted a claim or may in due course.


1. Notice of intention to declare a dividend

This can be accessed by the link below:
WDFC UK Limited - Notice of intention to declare a dividend

Please note that in order for the Joint Administrators to set a final date for those who are owed money to submit a claim, they must issue the notice in the link above. As you will see from the notice, all claims must be submitted by 30 September 2019 or they may not be considered for payment. It is expected, unless you receive a notification to the contrary, that the Joint Administrators will make a payment to accepted claimants within four months of 30 September 2019, i.e. by 30 January 2020.

For those claimants who have already submitted a claim, no further action is required from you at this stage and the Joint Administrators will be in touch when they are ready to assess your claim.

If you have not yet submitted a claim and believe you have been sold an unaffordable loan by Wonga, as per our previous correspondence, all customers should make a claim through the Online Claims Portal by clicking on the button below.

Submit your claim now

Please be aware, if successful, the payment you receive will be considerably smaller than your accepted claim amount. This is because it is expected that the total value of all accepted claims received will significantly exceed the money available to be shared out. The money available to be shared out will not be known until all of Wonga's assets have been sold or realised and certain costs and deductions have been taken into account.

2. Notice of extension of administration

This can be accessed by the link below:
WDFC UK Limited - Notice of extension of administration

An Administration is typically a 12 month process. As explained above, it will not be possible to collect in, assess and pay money to claimants within that time period, as such the Joint Administrators have had approval from the Court to extend the Administration by a further 12 months (to 30 August 2020) and the statutory notice above confirms this.

No further action is required by you in respect of this notice.

If you have any questions or require any further information, please visit our FAQs on our website.

Kind regards,

The Joint Administrators

wonga.com
customercare@wonga.com

 

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