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Is it the pickelhaube on the sideboard behind one of the "satisfied customers"?

Dave.

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Off at a slight tangent, but in case anyone wondered if the punters shown are genuine, then yes they are.

I used to work with a woman who is in the last batch (shown up till a few month ago). Think she got 50 quid for being filmed and another 50 as they included her in the advert.

John

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Wouldnt touch any of these firms with a barge pole. They all started in the back pages of the daily rags years ago. Picture a large fish with sharp teeth :ph34r:

Len

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Wouldnt touch any of these firms with a barge pole. They all started in the back pages of the daily rags years ago.  :ph34r:

Len

More like the council blocks of Glasgow... :(

Roland.

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Wouldnt touch any of these firms with a barge pole. They all started in the back pages of the daily rags years ago. Picture a large fish with sharp teeth :ph34r:

Len

My impression of such companies is that you end up paying more over a longer period of time, albeit in smaller monthly payments. (I assume that the company takes over your existing debts and adds a management fee and/or profit margin.)

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Next time you see one of these adverts, read the small print on the screen. They usually give you an example of how much you pay.

If you borrow £25,000 for eample, you end up paying back about £45,000!

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