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Dealing with Debt / How an IVA can help us to stop bailiffs?
« Last post by Moses007 on Oct 03, 2019, 06:05:16 AM »
Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA)
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Dealing with Debt / Re: Received a letter
« Last post by traceyjedison on Oct 02, 2019, 02:29:24 AM »
Past due credit solutions...
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Dealing with Debt / Re: Received a letter
« Last post by herbert941 on Sep 30, 2019, 03:06:03 PM »
In what company or collector are you based?
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Agree...



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Dealing with Debt / Re: Does an IVA stop bailiffs?
« Last post by Moses007 on Sep 30, 2019, 12:47:30 PM »

An IVA can be used to stop action from a bailiff.


However whether it is the right solution for you will depend on a number of factors.


some of them are below:


When is a bailiff used?
Is an IVA the right solution for you?
What can you do in the mean time?
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Dealing with Debt / Re: Am I eligible for a DRO
« Last post by Moses007 on Sep 27, 2019, 07:14:13 AM »
Hi, I have debts of just less than £15K and have been paying them without default.  I recently gave up my job through ill health and have been using my savings to pay off the monthly amounts.  My husband was unaware of the debt until recently and he says he can't help pay these off.  The house is in my husbands name.  I can only offer to pay a small monthly payment now and my money will run out within the next month.  Would I be eligible for a DRO.  I am worried this will affect my husband and the house.


As per my knowledge you are eligible to apply for DRO. SwiftDebtAssist will guide about the DRO Process as they not only assist you, they observe you present financial situation and suggest you about which debt management plan will suitable for you to become debt free.
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Debts will be stressful when it goes on increasing & unable to manage it. There will be different types of debt management plans available by which we can become debt-free.


People who want to become debt-free the very first thing he or she should do is to consult the experienced financial advisor or insolvency practitioner where he can observe your present financial condition & guide you about the suitable debt management plan.


After applying to one of the debt management plans your monthly income & expenditure will be divided or organised in such a way where you can meet your daily needs as well as you can able to repay the debt amount in a systematic order.


you can't get out of debt until you have a road map to do it. Here you need to figure out where every pound is going and what of that you can reduce so that you free up the money to pay on your debts.
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Dealing with Debt / Received a letter
« Last post by traceyjedison on Sep 24, 2019, 06:56:18 AM »
Hi,



I received a letter demanding payment for a property I no longer live at!! Spark energy actually owe me money as I should be in credit! How to make the right response to this debt collectors?


Thanks for help

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Dealing with Debt / Re: using a friend's address
« Last post by traceyjedison on Sep 24, 2019, 06:36:24 AM »
Why did you use your friend's address and not yours?
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Dealing with Debt / Am I eligible for a DRO
« Last post by Jane on Sep 15, 2019, 11:49:02 AM »
Hi, I have debts of just less than £15K and have been paying them without default.  I recently gave up my job through ill health and have been using my savings to pay off the monthly amounts.  My husband was unaware of the debt until recently and he says he can't help pay these off.  The house is in my husbands name.  I can only offer to pay a small monthly payment now and my money will run out within the next month.  Would I be eligible for a DRO.  I am worried this will affect my husband and the house.
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