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    CCJ objecting to offer 17th Apr 18 at 2:04 PM
    Hi, i have a debt of 9300 from around 12 yrs ago which i have been paying the bare minimum but has got unmanageable. The creditor has been chasing me for last few months. I have done a budget sheet through national debtline and we have around 60 spare a month. They have rejected my offer of 20, my partner has debts he is paying so i can't use all the surplus money. We have 2 cars, not of great value his used for work, mine to get the kids to school, visit family etc. They have written to me requested i pay 342 a month which we just don't have, we can't cut back on monthly spending to pay anymore to them. I'm not working at the moment as all my wages would go on childcare. I will send them my budget sheet again but don't know what to do if they keep asking me to pay this i can't magic it out of the sky!
    Many thanks
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