November 6, 2013 at 10:56 pm #690
I am in the process of doing a full and final IVA, or at least that’s what i thought. The organisation i spoke to told me i could use the equity in my property to pay into an IVA and once paid that the rest of my debt would be written off. The insolvency practitioner is now saying that i may have to still make payments even after paying in my equity.November 7, 2013 at 10:06 am #691
It would depend on your personal circumstances such as if you’re working, how much disposable income you have, however that should have been explained from the start.
Has your IP said why they would be looking to take payments, do they think there is a disposable income?November 19, 2013 at 3:01 pm #820
Hi sorry for the late reply i have since spoke to my insolvency practitioner and they said they believe i will have a money for my debt.November 19, 2013 at 3:06 pm #821
Hi again Andy,
In some case people will come into money while in an IVA or will end up paying back the full debt and fees.
It’s not really for us to say whether a debt management plan who have been a better solution because we don’t know your full circumstances.
Both the debt management plan and the IVA would affect your credit rating and the IVA does guarantee to freeze your interest and charges.
Also because it’s a formal debt solution an IVA protects you from further action being taken once you enter the solution.
However it should have been fully explained to you that contributions may be taken even after you agreed to a full and final.November 19, 2013 at 3:08 pm #822
Oh ok i didn’t realise my credit rating was at risk with a debt management plan so is suppose the IVA did work out ok.
I might put in a complaint about not being fully informed however because it may have changed my decision to enter the IVA.November 19, 2013 at 3:12 pm #823
Yes any time the contractually agreed payments are not made it’s a default which can be registered with credit referencing agencies.
If you do wish to make a complaint about the company who advised you the first step would be to go through their complaints procedure, which should be on their website. If you don’t feel the answer you receive is sufficient you can complain to the financial ombudsman.November 15, 2016 at 12:13 pm #1645
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