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Countdown to Freedom

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Mortgage-Free Wannabe
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  • Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    Back again, lovely sandwich and two cups of later, I'm now feeling more normal.

    We won't find out the result of the investigations but they can see where the money went to and the police will be involved, as well as discussions between the two banks.

    Apparently it is on the increase and we have the latest security loaded on to the PC. Mr T ran scans through the night as they take hours and nothing detected. He's currently running other software from the bank on line - after that's completed, all passwords will be changed and reset via a different device. Then I can sort out online banking again with FD.

    I cannot imagine being locked it of online banking - how will I do TTs :o

    Radish - I'm off to do the ironing - you must be feeling good knowing your ironing pile has temporarily gone ;)

    I couldn't even have a brandy last night as I don't have any left :(

    Tilly x
    2004 £387k 29 years - MF March 2033:eek:
    2011 £309k 10 years - MF March 2021.
    Achieved Goal: 28/08/15 :j
  • Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    nattypants wrote: »
    Hurray:T

    Can we now get back into our inane ramblings on your diary please?
    Well I now have to go and sort the iron out as DS decided to do his kit ironing this morning whilst we were out ............ and he said the iron wasn't working.

    Given the room I iron in, looks like a laundry I really hope it's a glitch not kkkknackered.

    So feel free to choose a topic of the day as I won't be OPing anything today - now what will it be - keep it clean :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

  • So feel free to choose a topic of the day as I won't be OPing anything today - now what will it be - keep it clean :eek:;):eek:;)

    Tilly x

    Okay, okay, I'll keep it clean seeing as you have been through recent trauma:p

    FAVOURITE TV programme as a child ....
    HR Puff 'and Stuff. Witchypoo freaked me right out:eek:
    February13 - £74990 (or thereabouts)
    MND - Let's go for 2020 'cos it's got a nice ring to it:D
    C'mon nattypants:cool:
  • lulabelle1lulabelle1 Forumite
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    Pleased you got it sorted, it's scary how these things can happen....
  • Tilly_MFW_in_6_YRSTilly_MFW_in_6_YRS Forumite
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    Trumpton
    The Herbs
    The Flintstones
    Magic roundabout

    :T
    2004 £387k 29 years - MF March 2033:eek:
    2011 £309k 10 years - MF March 2021.
    Achieved Goal: 28/08/15 :j
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  • Radish72Radish72 Forumite
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    Magic Roundabout, Mr Ben, Bagpuss, Willow the Wisps

    I actually have all those on DVD,
    Mortgage Aug 12 £165K, Aug 19 £0
    OP's in 2019 £21000
    ISA challenge start 2019 £3000/£1500 (50%)
  • tattycathtattycath Forumite
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    Mr Ben, Bagpuss, Mary mungo and midge, charlton and the wheelies, champion the wonder horse...
    GE 36 *MFD may 2043
    MFIT-T5 #60 £136,850.30
    Mortgage overpayments 2019 - £285.96
    2020 Jan-£40-feb-£18.28.march-£25
    Christmas savings card 2020 £20/£100
    Emergency savings £100/£500
    12/3/17 175lb - 06/11/2019 152lb
  • edited 10 August 2013 at 11:05AM
    unhappy_shopperunhappy_shopper Forumite
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    edited 10 August 2013 at 11:05AM
    Hi Tilly, Glad that it got sorted out quickly and the money refunded. :j:j

    Now the Flintstones are a thing of joy :cool: (atleast for me) as they really reflect what is happening in real life :D
    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
  • skint_spiceskint_spice Forumite
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    Mmm...The Herbs, The Magic Roundabout, Zorro, Pipkins and Little House on The Prairie:D
  • tattycath wrote: »
    Mr Ben, Bagpuss, Mary mungo and midge, charlton and the wheelies, champion the wonder horse...

    I used to love Champion the Wonder Horse tattycath. There was a mechanical 'Champion' in my town, that would play the theme tune. I used to beg my mum to let me have a ride - highlight of my weekend if she agreed (and from memory, she always did!) :D
    February13 - £74990 (or thereabouts)
    MND - Let's go for 2020 'cos it's got a nice ring to it:D
    C'mon nattypants:cool:
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