Student1983 wrote: »
Of course I can now start to fight for repayment.
Ed-1 wrote: »
By 'terms and conditions' if we are talking about mortgage-style and income contingent, then post-98 loans will only be income contingent if a new course was started in September 1998 or later. Loans taken for courses starting before September 1998 that continued after 1998 will still be mortgage-style.
If by 'terms and conditions' we are talking about consumer credit regulation and ability to report to credit reference agencies etc. then yes, the terms switch for new mortgage-style loans taken out after September 1998.
Erudio/Honours/Thesis only own mortgage-style loans and any one company may own loans taken pre/post-98.
Lungboy wrote: »
This is why I was getting confused I think. My loans span 98 and are all mortgage style, rather than a mixture of the two types, so I thought they would all have the t&c's of the first loan.
Chadsman wrote: »
Ed-1 wrote: »
So if you've got both mortgage-style and income contingent repayment loans then you must have started a new course after 1998?
BorderReiver14 wrote: »
If it helps I suspect its the 15th of the month. I have a letter saying my payments are due on the 15th of Jan 2015 and I'm sure others have posted something along similar lines.
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