I have received a Default Notice, what should I do?

I have received a Default Notice, what should I do?

If you have received a default notice from us and aren’t on a repayment arrangement or unsure why you have received the letter, it’s really important you contact us as soon as possible.

A Default Notice, is formal notification of your account position and will be sent to you if your account has fallen behind on payments. As a result of continual non payments your account is beginning a closure process which means it will only be open to receive repayments until the outstanding balance(s) are cleared.

You will no longer be able to use this account for your day to day banking but we may be able to provide you with basic banking facilities when you contact our specialist team to discuss your circumstances.

If you are already have an agreement with us to make lower than the contractual monthly payments, receiving a default notice can be part of the process, however a colleague should have explained this to you when setting up the repayment arrangement, if you are unsure, please contact us.

If a default notice is not satisfied, this may be recorded on your credit file for up to a period of 6 years.

How to make a payment

If you are in a position to make a payment please see the options below:

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