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Email [protected]@loancentre.net cancel, get a ticket number .download cancellation form, fill it in post it, recorded delivery, keep on at them till you get your money they stole back, regards [protected]@hotmail.com, email me if you need any help . they are not allowed legally to hold my money once I have asked for a refund and legally under the Under the consumer credit act section 155, you are able to keep £5.00.

(1) The excess over £5 of a fee or commission for his services charged by a credit-broker to an individual to whom this subsection applies shall cease to be payable or, as the case may be, shall be recoverable by the individual if the introduction does not result in his entering into a relevant agreement within the six months following the introduction (disregarding any agreement which is cancelled under section 69(1) or becomes subject to section 69(2)).

Failure to refund me will leave me no choice but to contact the FSA Consumer direct and the OFT., complain to as many of these legal people you can against marc james bertola, vantage group, he is the main man, he runs many sites like these, ie loan centre, v-money just bridging, they just keep changing names and directors to keep one step ahead in the game!

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