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If you’re struggling with repayments, or would like to speak to someone about your financial situation, get in touch with us.
We've got your back.
We understand that life can be unpredictable; changes to income, unforeseen health conditions, and periods of bereavement could all impact your ability to manage your account, or make regular repayments. If you are going through a difficult time, let us know as soon as you can so we can offer a helping hand.
We’ll talk you through some options that could make your payments more manageable, or give you some breathing space to help make things a bit easier.
Prefer another person to speak on your behalf?
If you’re not feeling up to talking to us, we can speak to someone else on your behalf. You’ll need to give us your permission before we can speak to them, by calling us on 0161 425 6363 or by emailing [email protected]
What happens if I miss repayments?
When taking out a credit agreement, it’s important to know what can happen if you stop making repayments. Your credit file will be affected, and your credit score could decrease. Having a less-than-perfect file can have a number of consequences which you should be aware of.
Missing repayments can have a negative impact on your credit score, meaning you may be rejected for future credit applications.
Your ability to take out further lines of credit may be impacted by falling behind on repayments. Lenders may offer a smaller credit limit, or higher interest rates.
Anyone who is financially associated with you (for example through a joint bank account or credit agreement), may also struggle to access lines of credit.
By continually missing repayments, you risk additional late fees being applied to your account, as well as risking legal action required to recover the amount you owe.
Ways to make repayments
Ways to make repayments.
Need Independent Advice?
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