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Default & default of a loan
Use of the term "default" in general for a loan means: when a redemption rate has not been fully repaid and is beyond its due date to be debited to the customer's money account. As a result, a debtor who has failed to make two month payments is two month in default. On this website, however, we use four words to describe the "status" of the loan (including the term "default", but we will use a capital letter "A" - "default" to prevent confusion!):
The status "OK" means that the loan is up to date with the repayments. Late " status means that a redemption installment has not been fully repaid and is overdue to be debited to the Customer Money Account. The status "Default" means that two redemption installments have not been fully repaid and their due date has expired in order to be debited to the customer funds account.
Standard " status means that three or more repayments per month have not been made. The loan must then be repaid in full, not just the outstanding principal. You should immediately get in touch with us if you believe that you may not be able to meet your payment obligation to your creditors.
When you are more than 3 business day in arrears to make a full chargeback payment, or if your payment is unsuccessful, we will calculate the default interest. In addition, you will be billed interest on the default interest in the amount of the loan interest rat. Once a collection agency has been nominated, it will invoice you an administrative cost for the work it does in trying to recover your refunds.
Effective percentage rates and charges are those applicable at the date to the respective collection agency as described in the Charges section of the website. You do not need to do anything if a borrowing party as creditor is in arrears with a planned redemption installment. Failed refunds will first be pursued by us and later on in your name by our debt collection agency.
It is free of charges for you, as the agent charges the debtor for his activities. It is the general process we use when a debtor fails to repay (it may differ from case to case): We are informed by our banks that a refund rate has been unsuccessful or more than three workingdays after the payment due date has elapsed and no refund has been received.
If not, we will make every effort to call the Mortgagor to agree an alternate means of settlement. In case we cannot reach the debtor by phone, we will e-mail the debtor with the issue and a request to get in touch with us as soon as possible. Until the 2nd date we need:1. an alternate transaction, 2. a fair statement of why the transaction was unsuccessful or skipped, and a commitment to an alternate transaction, or 3. at least one point of receipt from the Mortgagor, otherwise we will provide the Mortgagor with a proper form of complaint.
The borrower will be informed that if within seven working days of the date of the notice that your loan case has been forwarded to our collection agencies for collection, no other payments or appropriate declaration will be made. In the event that a satisfying result is not obtained, the borrower's loan case is forwarded to our collection agencies, which proceed with the collection on our part.
If a borrower has arranged to make payments by a certain date, we will only transfer this borrower to our collection agency when the arranged date has expired and we have not yet paid. Collection agencies may use telephone conversations, text messaging, correspondence and/or sessions and legal procedures when tracking the borrower for payments.
Our debt collection agency will be regularly upgraded with an up-to-date account statement to make sure that interest accruals and loss of interest (LLI) charges for unsuccessful recoveries and other unsuccessful recoveries are taken into account. In the event that the Mortgagor has omitted two or more redemption installments per month, we will provide the Mortgagor with a "Notice of Default" containing an officially issued Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") information leaflet on the default.
During this period, our collection company will still act on our name in order to recover the receivables. One of the defaults is when three months' redemption installments have been omitted and backlogs have built up. In the event of delay, as provided for in the General Conditions, the entire amount due (failed refunds plus interest due on fail refunds plus any MLLI fees) shall become due and owing from the Mortgagor and, accordingly, we shall direct our collection agent to recover all such amounts.
The borrower is sent a "notice of default" containing an officially published information leaflet on the losses provided by the FCA. The borrower has fourteen working days after the termination to react; during this period neither we nor our collection agencies can get in touch with the borrower.
When the borrower actively attempts to make periodic payments via a redemption schedule, we may elect not to require recovery of all receivables based on how much is repaid. Those periodic redemptions are continuously supervised and a determination to require redemption of the entire liability is periodically reviewed.
All amounts recoverable from the collection agency are refunded to the respective lender, with a reasonable part of the collection cost (collection agency fees) representing the lender's initial loan being deducted from the total loan amount. At the end of three month after the notice of default has been issued and if no satisfying reply has been given, we can then sell the claim to the collection agencies.
Once the collection agency has submitted the offer, the buyer is sent an e-mail to the creditors involved in the loan, who agree on the acceptance/rejection. When the choice falls on the collection agencies to buy the debts, the creditors receive their share of the sales proceeds. Lastly, we notify the debtor that we have purchased the claim and that title to the claim has now been transferred to our collection agencies.
We do not have any further responsibilities for managing the borrowings in this case, but we may, at our sole option, make available information regarding the borrowers to the affected borrowers. In the event that the debtor has been found insolvent and no available means are available to make them available to the debtors, or if he has successfully joined an IVA or trust instrument, the liability is amortized.