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  • Took a loan out with creation fiance

    took a large loan out with creation finance and now im struggling in work and not getting the same money and cant pay it . what should i do i'm really worried

    thanks


    sean
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    Originally posted by ssquig007 View Post
    took a large loan out with creation finance and now im struggling in work and not getting the same money and cant pay it . what should i do i'm really worried

    thanks


    sean
    Hi Sean

    When did you take out the loan? what was the loan for? Have you defaulted yet on the payments?

    It may be worth speaking to Creation and explain your concerns, they may be willing to work with you to resolve the matter.
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    • #3
      Hi, firstly consult the lender directly and explain the concern asap before you stop making payments they may reduce your monthly payment as per your affordability or else contact the debt solution team they might help you. Make sure that you continue to make the payments otherwise you may get into defaulter.

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