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"bankcrupy seems to be my only option and after speaking to the Insolvency Group helpline (advice given to call these by cccs)I can do it without losing my house. "

So it seems to me, once on the ladder there is very little that can push youDoes the link work for anyone else? It's not good for me Terrified.

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'So here goes again in 1997 started work for RBS and cos I had a salaried for the first time since having my son 6 yrs previous, everyone wanted to give me as much credit you could throw a stick at, being a soft and very stupid person I took whatever was offered and spoilt everybody even the lollypop lady got a marks and spncers xmas pressie.'

God help us. :lol:

I shouldn't laugh but is this not consumerism at it's best.

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Tje point is though, how are they keeping their houses ? I know my old neighbours had £60k of debt in his name, she is still living in the house 18 months later and it's for sale, but I know he has written off all the debt and she's just bought a merc, go figure ??????

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      • down 5% +
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