Offer to non-priority creditor - letter

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You can use this letter when you have some money available to offer your non-priority creditors. You can use a Budgeting tool to work out your budget and fair offers to each of your non-priority creditors.

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Sam Hoolin

8 Park Avenue

01632 960001

Giltham City Bank

24 Station Road
GT16 3LP

16 July 2024

Your reference: LL/ANO/Reminder1

To whom it may concern,

Account name: Sam K Hoolin

Account number: 12345678

I am sorry that I am unable to keep up my monthly payments to your company.

I am sick and unable to work. I have claimed benefits and am waiting to hear the outcome of my claim. My situation is unlikely to improve for at least 3 months.

I enclose a copy of my financial statement. This shows income and expenses for me and the offers I can make to my creditors. The offers have been worked out based on what I owe so that each creditor gets a fair share of the money.

The amount I can pay you is £50 a month. I will be able to make my first payment on 25 February 2023. Please send a direct debit form.

Please agree to freeze interest and other charges on my account as long as I keep to the payments. I will let you know about any changes in my circumstances.

If you are unable to accept my offer and freeze interest and charges, please explain why. Thank you for your help and I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Sam Hoolin

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