Surely my outgoings increase too?

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Post by Foggy » Sat Nov 07, 2020 7:15 pm
I have never come across the need to make seperate offers for interlocking IVAs --- maybe someone knows different and may comment.

As for the break it is for the IP to agree this and, if they have suggested such an action, if should be acceptable and is the cleanest way to deal with payments during the interim.
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Post by nigel710 » Sat Nov 07, 2020 7:52 pm
It is rather worrying that Foggy has also not heard of interlocking Iva's requiring seperate offer letters also. I have researched this and have not seen this mentioned anywhere. Our IVA is linked to both names and has one id number.
I'm very reluctant to submit a new offer with two letters of smaller amounts. It sounds like a bad idea. Can I insist the proposal in its current form is submitted to the I.P to review or do I have no choice but to scrap this offer and put one with two offers in? It certainly doesn't sound right and gives me an uneasy feeling. Also getting new offers signed by the person gifting the money would require a long drive or days waiting for the post. We so much need to get out of this IVA which is dubious anyway as our main shopping allowance is capped for the full term. I have aldo never heard of this. The company are one of the big two.
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