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i have an issue with this company that i could do with some advice on ,

 

4 months ago they sent me a letter stating they were adjusting the way payments were made so the outstanding bill would be paid faster and i would pay less interest ,

they immediately put my bill up by £20.00 a month and every month since my payments have come down but the interest has gone up on every statement ,

 

i am actually paying more interest now than i was before this so called interest saving adjustment ,

 

question is

really are they legally allowed to do this without me agreeing to it ,

i was not behind with any payments so its not like i was in arrears with them

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Andy


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yes they can if you didn't settle the account within a short time period after their advisory letter of the increase.

 

 


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