November 13, 2013 at 7:14 pm #786
I’ve just been informed my IVA has been rejected because my majority creditor, Everyday Loans didn’t accept the proposal. I know they can do this but since they won’t freeze my interest or charges is there anything i can do. I don’t think it’s fair they can just refuse to let me sort my debts out and have done nothing to help me.
Do i have grounds to complain or would going to another insolvency practitioners help?November 14, 2013 at 8:55 am #787
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It’s at the creditors discretion whether to accept the IVA and unfortunately some always refuse the debt solution. As frustrating as it is for yourself and debt advisor’s like ourselves, i don’t believe there will be grounds to complain. It’s unlikely to help going to another ip but you could ask the reason for Everyday Loans rejecting it.November 14, 2013 at 9:13 am #788
I would certainly check the reason for it being rejected but i have heard Everyday Loans rejected all IVA proposals. It does seem unreasonable in my opinion but a lot of people eventually enter bankruptcy and they get less in return. The solution works out worse for them and the person in debt but that is apparently their policy.
Like i said, just double check that was the reason rather than something else which could be resolved and the company may have changed their policy by now.November 14, 2013 at 12:52 pm #789
Hi Debt Advice Forum & Karen,
I have spoke to my insolvency practitioners and they informed me no reason was given for rejecting it but said Everyday Loan do reject all IVA proposals.
I’m probably going to also consider bankruptcy since i have no assets, a lot of debt and little income.
I was cutting back to make the IVA work but if i’m going into bankruptcy i’ll just make sure i have even less money left over.
It seems crazy this company would refuse a reasonable offer which gives them more money back but there’s nothing i can do.November 14, 2013 at 1:04 pm #790
Yeah it’s definitely a strange and frustrating decision to reject every IVA proposal.
Is the your IP help you with the bankruptcy process and helping you enter it?
Just be sure it’s the best solution since in some cases a debt management plan might be best, although that’s rare.November 14, 2013 at 3:59 pm #791
Thanks karen, yeah the insolvency practitioners have advised bankruptcy because debt management would take too long.
Thanks for all the help and advice you guys have gave me.November 14, 2013 at 4:06 pm #792
Then it sounds like you’re in good hands, best of luck in future and if you need anything you know where to find us.November 15, 2016 at 12:14 pm #1646
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Your situation sounds concerning and I would like to help you.
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