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  • Lady chanel
    started a topic Moneysolve

    Moneysolve

    Hi could you help me..i am trying to find out if moneysolve are legally able to help with an IVA as i cant find them in the ministry of justice site they have no license number ...beginning to wonder if they are an agent of some kind already paid them 1200 for me and my OH any advise ??
    Last edited by Lady chanel; 23rd August 2009, 18:17:PM.

  • Amethyst
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    It is.

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  • MIKE770
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    old thread???

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  • Amethyst
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    To update and confirm - MoneySolve are authorised by the FCA https://register.fca.org.uk/ShPo_Fir...000000h6JKUAA2 ( 26/06/2017 ref 660242 ) and were previously authorised under the OFT interim permissions ref 637827

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  • Latch Key Kid
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    Re: Moneysolve

    Hi Labman

    Yes indeed, and HB are DEMSA members with the OFT logo and all that are they not?

    Look at the job spec where it says objection handling experience is essential!!!!

    Its an incredible advert if you ask me, anyone got a tape measure?

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  • Guest's Avatar
    Guest replied
    Re: Moneysolve

    Unbelievabale. Mr Holden, what can I say? There are so many excellent FREE sources of debt advice, many of whom can sort out IVA's.

    Can I ask, if you dare to show your face again, does that mean your company gets between 2.5-3.5K for each IVA? If so, how many do you do in an average week? I might take a look at your company accounts, they may be revealing.

    Wow! Easy money at the expense of other's misery. If you have a dictionary, can I suggest you look up the word 'morals.'
    Last edited by labman; 20th October 2012, 09:31:AM.

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  • Latch Key Kid
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    Re: Moneysolve

    Originally posted by Celestine View Post
    I was struck by PeteHolden joining and making one single post on a 2009 thread!

    Google always helps solve a puzzle lol:

    Peter Holden

    Bankruptcy Manager at NTF Bankruptcy SolutionsStockport, United Kingdom | Financial ServicesCurrent:Bankruptcy Manager at NTF Financial Solutions Ltd, Consultant at Debt Start to finishPast:Consultant at Debt Xperts, Sales Manager at Money Solve, IVA advisor at Harrington Brooks, IVA Team Leader at London Scottish Bank, Senior IVA ad...Education:The Manchester Metropolitan University, king edward vii

    Hi Celestine

    I see HB get a mention above, so I thought in the context of this thread the job advert link below might be of interest or for a laugh maybe

    Debt Management Sales Advisor - IVA Sales Advisor - Telesales Advisor

    http://www.totaljobs.com/JobSearch/J...JobId=54718238

    So this is what they call proper independent, impartial debt advice from qualified advisers, I mean just look at the job title description never mind the rest

    People can make their own minds up....me, well...Im still on the floor with laughter

    Watcha say Pete?
    Last edited by Latch Key Kid; 20th October 2012, 09:09:AM.

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  • Latch Key Kid
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    Re: Moneysolve

    Originally posted by peteholden View Post
    Part of an IVA proposal shows what money will be taken and where it will go. It is a legal requirement the Insolvency Practitioner lists exactly what money is going where. Bottom line is though, does it really matter? If you owe 30k and are paying 200 a month over 60 months to clear it, do you really care where the 12k you are spending goes as long as your debt is clear?

    As a guide if it helps you, a lower level IVA such as the example i provided normally sees fees for the insolvency practise of about 2500 to 3500.
    Hi

    Stunning stuff this, just about sums up some of these profit making companies and I bet will go down an absolute bomb with others in the fee charging and IVA industry.

    Keep these comments coming pete - we dont need to make a case when stuff like this is posted.

    By the way I saw someone earlier this week with a failed IVA (bag full of paperwork brought in) - I think she has paid somewhere in the region of 7000 into it and guess what, she is back at square one (minus the 7000 of course) she will likely now be going bankrupt which looks to have been the best option at the outset in this particular case.

    Not the IVA company helping her now though, I wonder why

    Maybe I should point her to this post
    Last edited by Latch Key Kid; 27th September 2012, 11:14:AM.

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  • Celestine
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    Re: Moneysolve

    I was struck by PeteHolden joining and making one single post on a 2009 thread!

    Google always helps solve a puzzle lol:

    Peter Holden

    Bankruptcy Manager at NTF Bankruptcy SolutionsStockport, United Kingdom | Financial ServicesCurrent:Bankruptcy Manager at NTF Financial Solutions Ltd, Consultant at Debt Start to finishPast:Consultant at Debt Xperts, Sales Manager at Money Solve, IVA advisor at Harrington Brooks, IVA Team Leader at London Scottish Bank, Senior IVA ad...Education:The Manchester Metropolitan University, king edward vii

    Last edited by Celestine; 28th September 2012, 15:48:PM.

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  • peteholden
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    Re: Moneysolve

    Part of an IVA proposal shows what money will be taken and where it will go. It is a legal requirement the Insolvency Practitioner lists exactly what money is going where. Bottom line is though, does it really matter? If you owe 30k and are paying 200 a month over 60 months to clear it, do you really care where the 12k you are spending goes as long as your debt is clear?

    As a guide if it helps you, a lower level IVA such as the example i provided normally sees fees for the insolvency practise of about 2500 to 3500.

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  • enaid
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    Re: Moneysolve

    This is the cherry for the referers

    Referral Fee’s
    • Debt management…. 50% of first payment & 50% of second payment.
    • IVA’s 600 per completed case

    Should imagine 600 is a fair old incentive to push their clients for IVA
    and if the referrer gets that wonder how much the firm will take?

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  • Amethyst
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    Re: Moneysolve

    MoneySolve are part of a liquidators (Beesley & co) Mark Beesley is the insolvency practioner does that side (google his name he come up in the gazettes a lot) and his wife - Elizabeth seems to run the debt help side and has the consumer credit licence
    Licence Number:0600458.

    They arent claims managers so don't need authorisation by MOJ.



    Originally posted by OFT
    Some of the claims made about IVAs were considered by the OFT to be in breach of its guidance for consumer credit licence holders engaged in the provision of debt management services, including IVAs. The businesses have been warned to take immediate action to remove or amend a number of potentially misleading statements in order to comply with the OFT's guidance, examples of such statements including:
    • falsely claiming that 'up to 90 per cent of your debt may be written off' when the maximum would be in the region of 60 – 70 per cent
    • falsely implying they can guarantee a favourable outcome by the use of such phrases as 'stop all interest and charges'
    • failing to state that set-up and administrative fees will be required and will be taken out of payments before the creditors receive any payment
    • failing to display the required warnings with the same prominence as the savings promised
    • failing to state that homeowners may be required to re-mortgage their properties after 3 years
    • failing to state that entering into an IVA also affects an individual's credit rating for six years.

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  • enaid
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    Re: Moneysolve

    Looks like they are recruiting

    Free Debt Management and Debt Consolidation advice from Moneysolve

    They are well qualified

    About MoneySolve The IVA Specialists - IVA, IVAs, Individual Voluntary Arrangement, Debt Management & Free IVA Advice

    Think this is them again

    About Us | Business Solutions | Beesley and Company Insolvency Practitioners

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  • Guest's Avatar
    Guest replied
    Re: Debt purchasing and assignment

    Originally posted by sapphire View Post
    Would this be them, found this on Companies House site

    Name & Registered Office:
    MONEYSOLVE LIMITED
    ASTUTE HOUSE
    WILMSLOW ROAD
    HANDFORTH
    CHESHIRE
    SK9 3HP
    Company No. 05717018

    Status: Active
    Date of Incorporation: 21/02/2006

    Country of Origin: United Kingdom
    Company Type: Private Limited Company
    Nature of Business (SIC(03)):
    9999 - Dormant Company
    Accounting Reference Date: 28/02
    Last Accounts Made Up To: 28/02/2009 (DORMANT)
    Next Accounts Due: 30/11/2010
    Last Return Made Up To: 21/02/2009
    Next Return Due: 21/03/2010

    They were dormant at 28/2/09?

    AA13/07/2009ACCOUNTS OF DORMANT COMPANY MADE UP TO 28/02/09
    363a09/04/2009RETURN MADE UP TO 21/02/09; FULL LIST OF MEMBERS
    AA03/10/2008ACCOUNTS OF DORMANT COMPANY MADE UP TO 28/02/08
    363a26/08/2008RETURN MADE UP TO 21/02/08; FULL LIST OF MEMBERS
    28719/02/2008REGISTERED OFFICE CHANGED ON 19/02/08 FROM:
    25 ST JOHNS STREET
    MANCHESTER
    M3 4DT
    AA24/05/2007ACCOUNTS OF DORMANT COMPANY MADE UP TO 28/02/07
    363a19/03/2007RETURN MADE UP TO 21/02/07; FULL LIST OF MEMBERS
    288a12/09/2006NEW SECRETARY APPOINTED
    288a12/09/2006NEW DIRECTOR APPOINTED
    288b23/02/2006SECRETARY RESIGNED
    288b23/02/2006DIRECTOR RESIGNED
    NEWINC21/02/2006INCORPORATION DOCUMENTS
    CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION
    STATEMENT OF DIRECTORS & REGISTERED OFFICE
    DECLARATION OF COMPLIANCE
    MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION
    ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

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    Re: Debt purchasing and assignment

    Would this be them, found this on Companies House site

    Name & Registered Office:
    MONEYSOLVE LIMITED
    ASTUTE HOUSE
    WILMSLOW ROAD
    HANDFORTH
    CHESHIRE
    SK9 3HP
    Company No. 05717018


    Status: Active
    Date of Incorporation: 21/02/2006

    Country of Origin: United Kingdom
    Company Type: Private Limited Company
    Nature of Business (SIC(03)):
    9999 - Dormant Company
    Accounting Reference Date: 28/02
    Last Accounts Made Up To: 28/02/2009 (DORMANT)
    Next Accounts Due: 30/11/2010
    Last Return Made Up To: 21/02/2009
    Next Return Due: 21/03/2010

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