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Debt defying gravity?

Poll Title: Poll started 9 January 2006: Debt defying gravity? How big are your (non-mortgage) debts? That's loans, overdrafts, credit card and HP. In answering cheap debts means where most of the debt is 0% to 5% (ie student loans or top credit card offers). Expensive debts is 5%+ (ie all personal loans as the cheapest is 5.7% and most non-special rate credit cards)

a) Debt-Free!
b) Cheap debts less than £1,000
c) Cheap debts £1,000 to £2,999
d) Cheap debts £3,000 to £9,999
e) Cheap debts £10,000 to £30,000
f) Cheap debts £30,001 to £99,999
g) Cheap debts £100,000 plus
h) Expensive debts less than £1,000
i) Expensive debts £1,000 to £2,999
j) Expensive debts £3,000 to £9,999
k) Expensive debts £10,000 to £30,000
l) Expensive debts £30,001 to £99,999
m) Expensive debts £100,000 plus

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  • MissMuppetMissMuppet Forumite
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    I wanted to click two options as I have a load of cheap debt and one lot of expensive debt! I went for the cheap option in the end... :confused:
  • mee too and i went for the cheap option
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  • calcal Forumite
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    I have two lots of 0% interest debts, but have the savings to pay these make, so I selected debt-free.
  • *Louise**Louise* Forumite
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    See my sig :o

    All cheap ones though.
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  • Former_MSE_ArchnaFormer_MSE_Archna Former MSE
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    MSE Staff
    Poll Title: Poll started 9 January 2006: Debt defying gravity? How big are your (non-mortgage) debts? That's loans, overdrafts, credit card and HP. In answering cheap debts means where most of the debt is 0% to 5% (ie student loans or top credit card offers). Expensive debts is 5%+ (ie all personal loans as the cheapest is 5.7% and most non-special rate credit cards)

    a) Debt-Free! 31.9% (1060 Votes)
    d) Cheap debts £3,000 to £9,999 15.7% (523 Votes)
    k) Expensive debts £10,000 to £30,000 10.3% (344 Votes)
    e) Cheap debts £10,000 to £30,000 9.4% (312 Votes)
    c) Cheap debts £1,000 to £2,999 8.2% (272 Votes)
    b) Cheap debts less than £1,000 6.9% (229 Votes)
    j) Expensive debts £3,000 to £9,999 6.6% (221 Votes)
    l) Expensive debts £30,001 to £99,999 3.6% (121 Votes)
    i) Expensive debts £1,000 to £2,999 2.8% (95 Votes)
    f) Cheap debts £30,001 to £99,999 1.5% (52 Votes)
    h) Expensive debts less than £1,000 1.2% (41 Votes)
    m) Expensive debts £100,000 plus 0.8% (29 Votes)
    g) Cheap debts £100,000 plus 0.3% (13 Votes)

    Total Votes: 3313
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