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hello guys I have a question for which I need suggestions...I have one of this friend who lives with non-EU flat mates, So this guys have been here for almost 18months and hav got credit limits and ov…
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
hello guys I have a question for which I need suggestions...I have one of this friend who lives with non-EU flat mates, So this guys have been here for almost 18months and hav got credit limits and overdrafts from banks, little woods and debenhams credit cards...this guys are fleeing off to their place after using this credit and not gonna pay them back...the house is registered to my friends name and now he is getting worried. Please suggest what to do, do I need to inform some one or will their be any problem to my friend...
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6y, 5m agoPosted 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Are you sure its not you who is "fleeing off to their place after using credit"
#2
Of course that's why he is looking to report himself to the police for fraud!
#3
from a criminal point of view he has nothing to worry about unless he has taken part in the fraud,or knew about it and did nothing.
#4
I think the only thing your friend would need to do is make sure that the credit reference agencies financially disassociate him from anyone at the address. Possibly get him to a credit file check to be sure that his own details have not been used too.
banned#5
it's only fraud if they lied on the finance application forms
#6
slamdunkin
it's only fraud if they lied on the finance application forms


It's also fraud if they intentionally took out the credit / loans without intending to make payment, even if in their own name

Edited By: simplyjimbo on Oct 15, 2010 12:11: .
banned#7
OP hasn't said that they haven't repaid any of the money. ...and they must have repaid some to get a good credit rating.
#8
Do you know for certain they have no intentions of paying off their debts?
banned#9
m22lucky, you could explain the benefit's of them filing for bankruptcy before they leave the country.

Edited By: slamdunkin on Oct 15, 2010 12:25: .
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slamdunkin
OP hasn't said that they haven't repaid any of the money. ...and they must have repaid some to get a good credit rating.


I agree, I was just highlighting that it's also fraud if they don't intend to pay. Who is to say that the person up until now has had good accounts then decided to go all out for a defrauding session of non-payment.

Happens alot, build up a credit rating then go for the all time big loans etc, more profitable to get £5000 than £500 as the outcome will be the same, bad credit or criminal prosecution. So might as well make it worth while.
banned#11
I'd be more worried about housing illegal immigrants / immigrants overstaying their works visa..........................oO
banned#12
anyway, looks like the OP might be sitting on the loo :p

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