Forgetful wrote: »
yes I understand about recaliming if u have paid back too early.
but the amount u have paid will be deducted from the amount u owe.
but then if u reclaim the amount u have paid early does this get added back onto the amount u owe or does it stay off.
Ie: i owe £30,000... i paid early £400... i reclaim this early payment... but then wat do I owe still?? £30,000 or £29,600??
kimmears wrote: »
However, they said as this was refunding a balance already paid off the loan, this meant that the balance of the loan would increase by the same amount, so be aware that it will take you longer to pay off your loan if you request the refund
janieg wrote: »
The student loans company wrote to my daughter at her last uni address after the end of term so she never received the letter asking her where she was working, they never emailed or wrote to her home address so for the last few years they have put her interest up to 9% when she rang they said there was nothing they could do about it but would put it back to the normal rate now. She is not earning enough yet to start paying it off
pinkgirlythoughts wrote: »
Possibly a daft question- if I graduated in Summer 2007, do I have to earn over the payment threshold for April 2008 in order to repay my loan (£15000), or over the payment threshold for each particular year since then (ie £17495 in April 2017, £17775 in April 2018, etc)? Just trying to work out if I've been overpaying or not.
tysonpj wrote: »
My son was not paid for a month but then paid double the following month. As a result the student loan changed from 25/ month to 240. Big difference can he claim a refund
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