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    Hi

    I am about to begin the VT process having already paid more than 50% of the total amount but wonder if I should cancel the direct debit so we donít pay more money unnecessarily?

    The first email and letter will be sent tomorrow, the next direct debit is due in ten days.

    Thanks
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    R0b sorry to be a pest, any advice please?

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    • #3
      Depends on when you say the agreement is to be terminated - if before the next due payment date then you should be fine to cancel but only once it is terminated. I would usually allow 48 hours before cancelling so that there's no doubt it's been received.
      Check out some useful guides below

      A guide to voluntary termination
      Seting aside a CCJ
      Completing an N180 Form (Courtesy of Jaguarsuk)

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      • #4
        Ok thank you.

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