Non-paying tenant and mounting interest on a debt - Wendy Knowler wades in

Non-paying tenant and mounting interest on a debt - Wendy Knowler wades in

Banks are morally required to be sympathetic towards vulnerable customers which are; financially illiterate, old, or sick. But what happens when you are unemployed because of COVID-19 and even though you are paying a small fee, your bank charges you more interest than you can afford? Wendy Knowler has all the answers on this issue, as well as other issues posed by a landlord, a new home-owner, and others.

Money problems

What to do if you move into your new home and find it riddled with borer? Can a clothes shop refuse to take back items bought “because of COVID-19”? Does your bank have to cut you some slack with interest mounting on your debt?  What can you do if your tenant refused to sign a lease and then failed to pay rent for four months?

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For answers to those and other consumer issues which listeners raised with Wendy Knowler in today’s Consumerwatch feature, take a listen...

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Contact Wendy

Get in touch with Wendy via her website or her Facebook page. Please note that Wendy is not able to personally respond to every email she receives. If she is able to take up your case, she will contact you directly. Hereare other avenues for you to consider.

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