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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post MyJar enters administration (Payday Lenders)

    MyJar enters administration (Payday Lenders)

    On 22 December 2020, MyJar Ltd, was placed into administration. David Clements, Paul Boyle and Anthony Murphy of Harrisons Business Recovery & Insolvency (London) Limited were appointed as Joint Administrators.

    Source: FCA
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  • Drivers - car finance payments can have their vehicles repossessed by lenders from February

    .......as FCA's Covid-19 ban ends
    • Repossession ban has been in place during the pandemic to protect consumers
    • Exceptional financial hardship caused by Covid-19 has seen repossessions on homes, cars and other products restricted
    • FCA has proposed for motor repossessions to recommence from next
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  • Banks warned against scrapping protections for online shopping scam

    ..........victims amid fears they want to stop paying out for purchase fraud
    • Consumers are supposed to be reimbursed if they are victims of shopping fraud
    • Banks do not feel they should be on the hook for these scams
    • The watchdog which oversees the refund code said watering down any protection
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  • Joanna Lumley 'shocked' at claims disabled workers unpaid 'CLARITY'

    Disabled workers at one of the UK's oldest social enterprises, Clarity, have allegedly been denied £200,000 in wages by the new owner.

    The company produces toiletries and beauty products under the Clarity, Beco and Soap Co brands. Actress Joanna Lumley and Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP have...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post WhatsApp extends 'confusing' update deadline

    WhatsApp extends 'confusing' update deadline

    WhatsApp has extended the deadline by which its two billion users must either accept its updated terms and conditions or stop using the service.

    The original cut-off date was 8 February, but users now have until 15 May to take action. The firm was criticised for sending the notification,...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post Hoist Finance UK

    Hoist Finance UK

    Hoist Finance UK seem to be issuing county court claims in bulk at the moment, using the Money Claims Online system.

    Hoist Finance UK is based in Salford, and incorporates Robinson Way, Lewis Group and Compello Group. Hoist Finance UK is part of the Hoist Finance AB Group, based in Sweden,...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post Debt Purchasers

    Debt Purchasers

    There are many debt purchasing companies in the UK. Some of these companies buy corporate debts and may also operate as credit control for businesses, insolvency practitioners and factoring companies.

    Some debt purchasers, however, primarily focus on purchasing old or stale consumer credit...
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  • Government urged to redraft 'watered down' Evictions Ban

    Housing Lawyers have urged the government to rethink and redraft its ban on evictions, which they say has been watered down after its latest extension.

    The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government announced on Friday that it was extending the ban, which had been due to end...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Amigo Loans: Bid for survival with plan to cap compensation

    Amigo Loans: Bid for survival with plan to cap compensation

    Borrowers who believe they have been mis-sold loans by sub-prime lender Amigo may see payouts capped under a new plan.

    Amigo wants anyone whose complaint is yet to be resolved to take a proportion of a pot set aside for compensation. The lender has been receiving a deluge of claims for...
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  • ICO to recover £250,000 fine from Manchester claims management firm Pownall Marketing Limited

    The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) Financial Recovery Unit (FRU) is starting proceedings to retrieve £250,000 from defunct company Pownall Marketing Limited (PML). The company was recently fined by the ICO for making over 350,000 nuisance calls. PML came to the attention of the ICO when...
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  • FCA fines Barclays £26 million over treatment of customers in financial difficulty

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Barclays Bank UK PLC, Barclays Bank PLC and Clydesdale Financial Services Limited (Barclays) £26 million for failures in relation to their treatment of consumer credit customers who fell into arrears or experienced financial difficulties. Barclays has...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Fraud victims' pay deducted for money they don't owe - DWP

    Fraud victims' pay deducted for money they don't owe - DWP

    The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been sending letters to people demanding repayments of benefits they've never claimed or received.

    Criminal gangs steal people's details to apply for advance payments of universal credit. The money is paid to them but the person whose identity...
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  • Cabot Financial - Cabot Credit Management Group Limited

    CABOT CREDIT MANAGEMENT GROUP LIMITED


    Cabot Credit Management Group Limited is based in Kings Hill in Kent and has multiple offices throughout the UK. They are part of the Cabot Credit Management Group and have been operating since 1998. The Cabot Group of Companies specialise in...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post The Realities of Civil Litigation

    The Realities of Civil Litigation

    While we endeavour to assist people in their legal battles, and give them hope that it is possible to succeed in money claims brought by lenders and debt purchasers, we would like to make you aware of some of the realities of litigation in these circumstances.

    The Consumer Credit Act is...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post STATUTORY DEMANDS

    STATUTORY DEMANDS

    A Statutory Demand is a legal formal demand served by a creditor against either an individual or a company for a debt owed by the debtor to the creditor for more than £750 if the debtor is a company or more than £5,000 if the debtor is an individual.

    A Statutory Demand should only be...
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  • Small Claims Track, Fast Track and Multi Track - The Differences Explained

    Once a claim has been issued in the county court and a defence is filed at court, the normal process is that the court then sends out Directions Questionnaires to both the Claimant and the Defendant to complete and file, either the Form N180 for the small claims track or the Form N181 for the fast track...
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  • Do Joanna Connolly Solicitors only deal with Consumer Credit?

    Do Joanna Connolly Solicitors only deal with Consumer Credit? - By Colin G Quinn

    It is widespread common knowledge within the industry in which our firm operates that Joanna Connolly Solicitors are specialists in matters pertaining to Consumer Credit. I must immediately qualify that, by...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post CHECK YOUR CREDIT FILE

    CHECK YOUR CREDIT FILE

    THE IMPORTANCE OF CHECKING YOUR CREDIT FILE

    Credit reference agencies collect and store information which is used to determine your credit score. The information they hold can affect your chances of being accepted for credit. This could include a mobile phone contract, car finance, a loan...
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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post A Christmas Competition!!

    A Christmas Competition!!

    We at Joanna Connolly Solicitors love Christmas and to kick off the festive season, we are running a competition on our Facebook Page to win a fabulous Chocolate Hamper. To be in with a chance of winning, visit and like our Facebook Page, like, share and comment on the competition Post.

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  • Sam Audley
    started a blog post What is a Default Judgment?

    What is a Default Judgment?

    A default judgment is where the court issues a judgment against a Defendant without the merits of the claim being heard and without a response from the Defendant.

    A Claimant can apply for a default judgment where the Defendant fails to file an acknowledgment of service within 14 days, or...
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