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Would be interested to hear from anyone who has had dealings with the I-group. I have been offered a a loan from them but am a little unsure about them. Good or bad replies more than welcome.

Alistair i read your earlier posting regarding I- Group, can you shed bit more light.

thanx all Mitch

-- mitch (carrondale666@aol.com), April 29, 2003


You'd be well advised to ask that question of National Association of Mortgage Victims (NAMV).

NAMV grew out of borrowers' experiences with the people and companies that later became I-Group. They probably know more about the customer experience of becoming involved with these chaps than anyone.

-- Lee (repossession@home-repo.org), April 29, 2003.


Take a look at my posting dated 14th March 2003 entitled "Further interesting article-Mortgage Dispute News" and the one below it. I fully concur with Lee that you should contact the NAMV before making any decisions.


-- M Amos. (idgroms@hotmail.com), April 29, 2003.

Don't without a lot of care

-- cautious man (quetz@waitrose.com), May 02, 2003.

I have been involved in legal disputes with I-group and associated companies for 13 years now and would advise caution- especially if you are consolidating your debts- whilst I believe that current owners GE capital are trying to be a little more legitimate, having a sub-prime debt company with a charge on your property can and will be dangerous, I would strongly advise against it. Please try your bank first- C

-- cautious man (quetz@waitrose.com), May 02, 2003.

Hi, Steer well clear of Igroup-they are basically loansharks.They ill cheer you in & boo you out.Trying to repossess my house at present after minimal arrears.They are bad news!!

-- Rob Wells (rob7098e@hotmail.com), February 03, 2004.

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