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In order to qualify for SMI, you must receive one of the following benefits:
The SMI is directly payable to your mortgagor. Payment starts 39 months after your claim. That means if you don't have enough cash to cover the first 39 week, you will be building up mortgages that will have to be reimbursed later. The SMI pays only the interest on your hypothec, not the principal.
Have your borrower convert your mortgages to interest for the duration you are on SMI. Effective April 5, 2018, all current subsidies for interest on mortgages were terminated. Instead, an option SMI credit was provided to anyone currently in receipt of SMI services. Recipients of SMI benefits were informed by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) that this service was due to expire in April 2018 and be substituted by the lending system.
Such loans are not granted by automatic means. You must enter into an arrangement to be eligible. When you do not log in, your payment to your mortgagor is stopped automatic. For questions regarding the new SMI credit contract, please call Serco at 0800 046 8333. What influence can the SMI credit have on my repayment of debts?
When you are on a debit card or credit card settlement scheme, SMI, which is disbursed as a credit and not as a service, will not influence your scheme. When you are considering going into bankruptcy, the SMI loans are considered as collateralized debts. By signing the SMI Lending Agreement: