Most firms would accept the fact that the new partner wants their details kept private and assume a 50 / 50 split of expenses --- but I cannot say with any certainty how Payplan will react.
lindyduds wrote:Oh dear i really am worried now.Partner doesnt want his income disclosed at all.What on earth do i do.This is making me ill in worry.
At the end of the day they cannot force him to divulge his details and they cannot penalise you for something beyond your control.
lindyduds wrote:Ok thankyou,from what i can gather payplan (was originally with price sterling but they ceased doing IVAs so they transferred me over so wasnt my choice) dont seem to be overly sympathetic and dont seem to be a good company to be with.
They have thousands of happy clients .... thousands being the operative word ( only 1 IP) and tend to do things their own way ( and slowly). I wouldn't say they are not good, by any means. Just not my cup of tea
lindyduds wrote:Ok would that be a better idea then to say im a lodger? And ive only heard negative stuff about them Foggy unfortunately.
Being, to all intents and purposes, a lodger is far easier to deal with and "cleaner" from the IVA point of view.
Lindy .... don't get me wrong .. I am certainly not a fan. But one man's meat and all that
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