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House repossed in 1992. Joint mortgae husband bankrupt 1992. No contact from Abbey nat until 1996. Chasing me for £46,000 shortfall( although I have had no sight of any official documents to prove this figure)Accepted £30.00 per month. Now incresaed to £50.00. Ihave no income apart from £105.00 child allowance. No bank account, no mortgate and no savings. They want me to fill in I & E form even though I have witten and told them above.They have reduced liabilty to £17500, a figure which is totally beyond my wildest dreams of ever being able to pay. I have no idea what to do next. Please help
-- jane lesley (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 2002
The Repossession section of this site - see left - sets ou in fine detail what you could do next. Make sure you read all of the "Do's and Don'ts" pages that are in that section.
-- Lee (email@example.com), May 20, 2002.
If what you say about your income is correct, surely they're already taking too much? I'd go and talk to the Citizens Advice Bureau - you should get your monthly payments cut and a letter from them might persuade Eversheds not to contact you again. And once you get to 12 years after the sale they can't chase you any more. Best of luck,
-- Melody (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 20, 2002.