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1, Your fault for not picking up the wrong address? You agreed a finance deal with the wrong info? 2. Interest rate says 13.9% but they are actually charging 0%? Keep quiet your on the winning side? Or maybe its showing 0% because you defaulted on it? 3. Are you saying you didn't tick the box to say...

“ Why? It has always worked on its own when I've used XP. <a href="/showthread.php?s=3036385c25683f06b8cb9955b5233a43&p=69924510#post69924510" rel="nofollow" title="View original post">Originally posted</a> by Kernel Sanders ” Printscreen captures the whole screen. Using ALT only ca...

So you have taken a loan and thinking of using that to just pay the PCDL monthly instead of clearing the full balance? As mentioned though. I dont see how you got a loan at a lower interest rate than 0%. The only way for the montly amount to be lower is paying over a longer term. Paying the balance ...

If you have the money phone them and say you have just checked your bank after receiving the letter and see they didn't take the money and you didn't notice. then offer the full payment and see if they can knock anything off. Have a banter with them, polite and say you thought your budgeting was woe...

Are you sure a PCP is a cheaper option? Not always.



Never pay for repairs? Except even small scratches and dinks to the paintwork will need to be repaired and brakes and tyres still wear out.



It still needs servicing etc.

Possibly changed the account name and bank in which to take the funds? SIL had an orange account for her now EX. Orange said she needed to wait until the contract was up to transfer the number/account to him. Both parties needed to goto a store with ID to switch it. You may want to phone them and se...

As above 0% finance but very little discount or pay cash and get a decent discount. Having a credit card and using it each month and paying it off in full improves your credit rating. Cost = nothing. Possibly an exception where they offer £1000 cashback if you take finance. But quite often better c...

Who makes the decisions? What decisions? Who to lend to and how much to charge? The finance company and they can charge what they like as long as its on the paperwork. They can sell you a £1000 car for £20,000 and charge £50,000 interest if your mad enough to sign on the dotted line. You require ...

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