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Moriaty Law threatening Court over Lending Stream Debt

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  • Moriaty Law threatening Court over Lending Stream Debt

    Morning all,
    I would be grateful for some advice on the way forward in dealing with Moriaty Law whom I have received a Final Demand Before Proceedings letter.
    Long story short, between 2014 and 2015 I was in a difficult situation and had to resort to pay day loans just to get by. As much as donít like to admit I had 10 Lending Stream loans and 20 Wonga loans in the space of just over a year. All were paid off apart from my last LS one which was £580.
    Fortunately, I have got myself sorted out and am on the cusp of finally having a reasonable credit rating however I have just received a demanding letter from Moriaty Law asking me to either pay up (sum is now £979), make a payment plan or go to court.
    i do not want this to end badly and get a CCJ, but what should I do? Iím so worried...I do not have funds to clear the debt (I was made redundant end of last year) but only have a part time wage and as a single parent life is hard.
    Any help is gratefully received x
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    Just to add, I have today sent cca request to both Moriaty law and lending stream.


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