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Just closed the last credit card...

edited 6 September 2011 at 5:33PM in Debt-Free Wannabe
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  • nikki28nikki28 Forumite
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    well done !!
    :beer:
  • tealadytealady Forumite
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    Well done you. We are all celebrating with you so you are not alone. Hope you have a wonderful time on holiday and don't forget to read this site for moneysaving hints before you go!
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  • chevalierchevalier Forumite
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    I think you need one of these :T

    one of these :beer:

    :EasterBunsome of this and a big pat on the back, but i couldn't find a smiley for that!

    enjoy your money, but don't forget the rainy day saving as well
    chev
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  • catchookycatchooky Forumite
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    WOW well done. You're really lucky to have something like your degree to allow you to do an extra job. I'm doing two SAGE courses which, if it won't allow me to get a full-time job, I'm hoping to do the same and put an ad in the paper.
    One little thing - I would probably chuck some money at the HFC loan as I had one of those for a laptop and that's what I did. I felt like the interest was huge, but obviously it's a huge amount you've paid off, and as you say the feeling of having your wage to yourself must be amazing, so again I just wanted to say WELL DONE!!!!!
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    Make £10 a day in November £34.57/£450 :eek:
  • NaniaNania Forumite
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    :TCongratulations! I am so happy hearing that
    :AI need money to buy myself a new dress just like Michelle Obama's and have a new boyfriend!:rotfl:
  • beanieloubeanielou Forumite
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    Good for you :)
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    cirrusmpcirrusmp Forumite
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  • matt-c_2matt-c_2 Forumite
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    congrats, im trying to do the same now, cant wait to get everything cleared
  • Lilith1980Lilith1980 Forumite
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    Well done :D

    I can't wait to come on here and say I am debt free one day. I have just under £20k worth of debt at the moment but chipping away at it slowly!

    Hope you get to go on your holiday!
  • gfpluxgfplux Forumite
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    Well done cirrusmp.

    Why not call HFC and find out what the present situation is AND whether they will except overpayments AND when and if overpayments are credited to the loan to reduce the capital.
    Good Luck
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