Be aware that, if using a claims firm, your husband will still have to pay their fee if the money goes direct to the IVA from the lender (as sometimes happens). Not all IP's will agree to pay this portion back !
We are putting the claim through ourselves, not using the ambulance chasers.
He was going to use the IVA as one of the checks they should have done (would have been on his credit report) among other reasons. Would you say it would be best to leave the IVA off, as I’m guessing in this scenario they wouldn’t be aware he was in a IVA unless he stated this?
Thanks again for your help
quote="Foggy"]I would imagine that these will be treated in the same way as PPI refunds and will be due to the previous IVA if your former IP is interested (not all are and, in some cases, it boils down to economics. Re-opening dead files and re-contacting former creditors is a loathsome and time consuming business, sometimes costing more than the refund itself!)
Be aware that, if using a claims firm, your husband will still have to pay their fee if the money goes direct to the IVA from the lender (as sometimes happens). Not all IP's will agree to pay this portion back ![/quote]
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