Asked by Anonymous
on 04-03-2020 16:49:11
Question posted in the Consumer Protection Law
category relating to North West
Question value: R 0.00
I am Jonathan Marole.. I am under Debt Review since 2018 October with Debt Guidance and I recieved email Summons letter and written of Execution ( for car repossession) on 5th February 2020.. the same day I forwarded the Debt counselor the documents.
On the same day 5th February Sherriff instructed by ABSA creditor to come and repossess the car. Which I refused to give him my new Address and I told him that I am still waiting for Debt Counselor to respond on the Matter. On the 24th the Sherriff call again and I told him that I'm on the leave home(Limpopo).Same day I called my Debt counselor about the caller.. she send an email to Creditor's attorneys as she didn't get them
telephonically.On 3rd march which is yesterday they call again regarding my address.So please advise me on this matter as I don't have a light on it
And currently they refuse to make arrangements with me, they say I must pay Total amount of more than R209 000 including Legal costs.
On my side I can only afford to pay R4000 and R1000 Quarterly, contractual payments was R3650
Thanks I hope this request will be highly appreciated
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