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jonathah
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by jonathah » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:28 pm
Foggy - interesting, thanks, that sounds more than plausible!

Meanwhile the bad reviews as a result of this are beginning to stack:

https://www.reviews.co.uk/company-revie ... it-fix-ltd
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by Vanellope » Fri Dec 15, 2017 7:57 pm
I too have received a letter today feom both Knightsbridge and Creditfix this is dispite already agreeing a full and final through Knightsbridge on the 3rd November 2017, with my creditors of which Knightsbridge were sent a cheque on the 14th November via special delivery.
I rang Creditfix today who wanted to fob me off by just taking my details and calling me back at a later time citing high call volume!
They have no record of my cheque on their systems according to the lady I spoke to, I have asked for a manager to ring me back but I won't hold my breath!
But I'm not signing their permission form which states " that the supervisor vibe authorised to draw the sum of £300 In respect of convening a variation meeting "

I must admit I'm not happy the way i see it Knightsbridge should have finished up my account instead of passing it on! Fyi this is the 4th time my iva has been passed along, I just want it done with now!!
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by kallis3 » Sat Dec 23, 2017 12:26 pm
Have you checked the bank account it was issued from to see if it has been cashed and by whom?
shaza
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by shaza » Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:09 pm
Coomby wrote:
I too have been transferred to Creditfix without being notified prior. The annual review online seems ok but normally only have to give 3 bank statements where this will show them the whole 12 month period and I'm really worried about online gambling being on my statements

on the 3mths statement i did omit a couple of things ,can you do this with this new system with credit fix,
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by shaza » Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:23 pm
jonathah wrote:
Foggy - interesting, thanks, that sounds more than plausible!

Meanwhile the bad reviews as a result of this are beginning to stack:

https://www.reviews.co.uk/company-revie ... it-fix-ltd

i dont like the sound of this company,i wasnt informed at all about the change over surley knightsbridge have broken their aggrements with all of us,its like us if we broke our agreements to ivas,we havent a choice but to go with this company,ive been with knights bridge 3 years,
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by kallis3 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:25 pm
What did you omit?
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by Foggy » Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:38 pm
shaza wrote:
jonathah wrote:
Foggy - interesting, thanks, that sounds more than plausible!

Meanwhile the bad reviews as a result of this are beginning to stack:

https://www.reviews.co.uk/company-revie ... it-fix-ltd

i dont like the sound of this company,i wasnt informed at all about the change over surley knightsbridge have broken their aggrements with all of us,its like us if we broke our agreements to ivas,we havent a choice but to go with this company,ive been with knights bridge 3 years,


Shaza, as much as none of us like being transferred to a company we did not choose, I am afraid that they are allowed to do this under the regulations.
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jonathah
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by jonathah » Tue Jan 02, 2018 7:59 pm
I did a lot of research before I went for an IVA. What I failed to grasp is that the business is less like financial services and more like farming.
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by recovering » Wed Jan 03, 2018 12:49 pm
This is what always puzzled me? Why would creditors agree to an increase in fees of 8% for no reason? It makes no sense at all!
There has to be pauback somewhere?
I refused to agree to it out of principle
Smaller firms struggling to trade would probanly survive if they were getting 8% more in fees? It stinks!
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by Foggy » Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:48 pm
recovering wrote:
This is what always puzzled me? Why would creditors agree to an increase in fees of 8% for no reason? It makes no sense at all!
There has to be pauback somewhere?
I refused to agree to it out of principle
Smaller firms struggling to trade would probanly survive if they were getting 8% more in fees? It stinks!



I will just say "You scratch my back and I will scratch yours"
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