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    • fermi
    • By fermi 19th Sep 08, 9:41 PM
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    I'll add a link to this post in the Bankruptcy Help: Important topics, factsheets and links sticky.
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    • 22nd Sep 08, 2:43 PM
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    Hi,

    Just to add,

    The charities & organisations we have listed may also help with other bills, costs, much needed breaks, essential household items etc and just may be worth a try.

    NED-CAB
    Visit our website at www.ned-cab.org.uk or find your local CAB.

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    • TokSik
    • By TokSik 9th Sep 09, 10:57 PM
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    • 9th Sep 09, 10:57 PM
    You "may" be able to get financial assistance to pay for bankruptcy or DRO (Debt Relief Order) fees by applying to a charity for a grant to pay the fee. I maintain a regularly updated list of charities who pay bankruptcy fees at my homepage which you'll need to copy and paste into your browser homepage.ntlworld.com/stuart.blackstock/funding/bankruptcy_fees.html

    I hope this helps resolve the fee problem for some of you.
    Last edited by TokSik; 09-09-2009 at 10:59 PM.
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