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Idem debt transferred to mars capital

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  • Idem debt transferred to mars capital

    Hi, has anyone heard of an idem debt being transferred to mars capital? Just wondering if anyone has experience of dealing with them?
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    This company ? https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_Fir...000000MfYUnAAN
    Have you got notice of assignment with address / FCA auth number on ?

    What is the debt? ( their permissions are all regulated mortgages ( so secured loans ) )

    I haven't heard much/anything of them - I suspect they will have purchased a book of debts though I'll have a scout about . Arrow own Mars Capital in Ireland apparently, but no I know nothing about them ) helpful

    Whats the situation with the debt you are having to deal with ?
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      I have had the same thing happen where Idem transferred our debt to Mars, this was after a Judge had issued an inspection into our debt over spurious amounts that has been added by Idem and was requested an explanation about them. Mars informed us they have the debt and after continuing paying them they now want an increase in monthly payments. 200 to over 700!!!!!!!!!!! and of course they know nothing about the payments or the dispute, but one thing to bear in mind they have been in this position before over debt they purchased with Irish mortgages demanding amounts without checking what was owned if anything..

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