To whom it may concern My son is registe...

Asked by c wessels on 09-04-2015 14:12:07
Question posted in the National Credit Act Law category relating to Northern Cape
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To whom it may concern
My son is registered with a debt councelor since 2009. The specific D/C never registered the case although my son was paying and amount of R6950.00 which he is still paying. The specific D/C was dismissed by the NCR and a new D/C took over and registered him only in 2011. End of 2013 my son lost his work and was unable to pay for 3 months but he is back on track. The problem is that according to the D/C his outstanding debt is R48000.00 and according to the creditors it is R159000.00 that was including the 3 months he missed.The first payments made seem to have dissapeared into thin air and according to the current D/C a mistake was made when the original D/C worked out his installment. My question is where do we go from here what can we do because something does not sound right and we don't get any any answers from dhe D/C. Must we lodge and official complaint?

Waiting for your speedy answer

Thank you

C Wessels

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