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Countdown to Freedom

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • edited 9 August 2013 at 8:18PM
    Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    edited 9 August 2013 at 8:18PM
    ajmoney wrote: »
    Tilly, a bit slow on commenting about Mr Ts lack of work at the mo but wanted to give you a pick me up. I know you are missing your big OPs, however you are still managing TTs and everything you have done before will be helping you now. With your frugal lifestyle you will get through this with no problems and then we can all get back to wasting time on Natty's thread and leave yours for those money type discussions!

    Is bread making easy, I am considering giving it a go?

    Thanks for your kind words - Mr T is busily applying for jobs so fingers crossed.

    Bread is easy - once you get into the habit it's no problem. Just be confident and give it a go - bread is one of the more scientific things to cook, so stick to the recipe until you are comfortable. You really don't need a bread maker.

    Best wishes Tilly x
    2004 £387k 29 years - MF March 2033:eek:
    2011 £309k 10 years - MF March 2021.
    Achieved Goal: 28/08/15 :j
  • nattypantsnattypants Forumite
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    ajmoney wrote: »
    With your frugal lifestyle you will get through this with no problems and then we can all get back to wasting time on Natty's thread and leave yours for those money type discussions!

    Oooohhh that hurt. Fair comment though:rotfl:
    February13 - £74990 (or thereabouts)
    MND - Let's go for 2020 'cos it's got a nice ring to it:D
    C'mon nattypants:cool:
  • Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    Hiya Natty, you can only come and chat on this thread if you continue the music and film theme :rotfl:

    Changing the subject, my on line bank account has somehow been access and money removed. I've just got off the phone after 30 minutes and need to wait for the fraud team to be on line in the morning.

    I am definitely not a happy Mrs T and not sure I'm going to sleep much tonight :eek::eek:

    Tilly x
    2004 £387k 29 years - MF March 2033:eek:
    2011 £309k 10 years - MF March 2021.
    Achieved Goal: 28/08/15 :j
  • Changing the subject, my on line bank account has somehow been access and money removed. I've just got off the phone after 30 minutes and need to wait for the fraud team to be on line in the morning.

    Oh no! :o:o
    Hope everything is set right soon by the bank fraud prevention team.
    Mortgage: @ Feb. 2007: £133,200; Apr. 2011: £24,373; May 2011: £175,999; Jun 2013: ~£97K; Mar. 2014 £392,212.73; Dec. 2015: £327,051.77; Mar. 2016: ~£480K; Mar. 2017 £444,445.74
  • Froggy-GFroggy-G Forumite
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    Changing the subject, my on line bank account has somehow been access and money removed. I've just got off the phone after 30 minutes and need to wait for the fraud team to be on line in the morning.

    I am definitely not a happy Mrs T and not sure I'm going to sleep much tonight :eek::eek:

    Tilly x

    Ouch :( Hope you get it sorted quickly.. Just another example that it pays to be on the ball and often check your accounts..

    Best wishes

    Froggy
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  • Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    Oh no! :o:o
    Hope everything is set right soon by the bank fraud prevention team.
    thanks US - the bank where great but need to wait until the morning to talk it through with the fraud team.
    Froggy-G wrote: »
    Ouch :( Hope you get it sorted quickly.. Just another example that it pays to be on the ball and often check your accounts..

    Best wishes

    Froggy
    Absolutely right and this what the lady on the phone said - it's pretty stressful though :eek:
    2004 £387k 29 years - MF March 2033:eek:
    2011 £309k 10 years - MF March 2021.
    Achieved Goal: 28/08/15 :j
  • nattypantsnattypants Forumite
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    I recommend you have a glass of something strong Tilly - as Froggy says, thank goodness you're on the ball!

    At least it will be sorted out for you, although change of password time ...

    NPX
    February13 - £74990 (or thereabouts)
    MND - Let's go for 2020 'cos it's got a nice ring to it:D
    C'mon nattypants:cool:
  • ajmoneyajmoney Forumite
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    nattypants wrote: »
    Oooohhh that hurt. Fair comment though:rotfl:

    Sorry Batty, however you know only too well that the two of us will be here long after the rest have gone. Also it took me ages to catch up on Tilly's thread due to the non-money related chatter!
    Oh no! :o:o
    Hope everything is set right soon by the bank fraud prevention team.

    When we have had issues the fraud guys have been very quick and helpful so I hope it gets resolved swiftly x
    2021 MFW No. 70 £430/£4000
    MFiT-T5 No. 70 £18808.46/£27506.08
  • gallygirlgallygirl Forumite
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    Another one here with good experiences of fraud teams :T

    If you think you'll struggle to remember new passwords I'm happy to help out like I did last time :whistle::whistle::whistle:
    A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort
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  • muddywhitechickenmuddywhitechicken Forumite
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    ajmoney wrote: »
    Sorry Batty

    :rotfl::rotfl::rotfl:
    Mortgage at highest (April 2008): ~£195,000
    Outstanding balance: <£29,500 :j
    Current total overpayments: ~£128,750
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