The loan on the car is secured on the vehicle and, as such, would not be protected by an IVA --- in any event, under most financers Ts&Cs and IVA would trigger the insolvency clauses allowing repossession anyway.
I would suggest speaking to a couple of other firms to compare advice.
My opinions are merely that .. opinions based on experience. Always seek professional advice.
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It takes considerable time and patience to produce the figures for an IVA not to mention the setup of a new ‘noncreditor’ bank account.
I would be wary of a. omoany suggesting a big financial commitment withe such small time scales especially as they know how desperate you are forma solution-its a 5-6 year comitment that once you have is not easy to end.
I am sorry the car is at risk. Perhaps an IVA would be helpful ti get debt under control but rushing to get it setup in a few days is not ideal.
Best of luck. Let us know how it goes
I'd also be very surprised if they managed to put a stop on the repossession.
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