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Friday, June 18, 2010

Questionable Nedbank & FNB Terminations

Recently the NCR has called an investigation into questionable termination practices. They have called on all DC's to contribute information.

Please see the contact details below:

For Questionable Nedbank Terminations: Koketso Tlou at ktlou@ncr.org.za

For Questionable FNB Terminations: Mark Whale at MWhale@ncr.org.za


For all other general complaints to the NCR please use: dccomplaints@ncr.org.za

Monday, June 14, 2010

Debtfree DIGI June 2010 issue

A reminder that the June 2010 issue of Debtfree will be out this week.
Be sure to visit the website to read it or wait for the invite to arrive via email.
If you are not on the mailing list: Please email magazine@debtcounsellingsa.co.za to subscribe.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Soccer World Cup

SA went to sleep to the sound of vuvuzelas last night as parties country wide were held. Today will be more of the same with folks glued to the screen country-wide. People hate debt..and dealing with it. People love escapism however. So world Cup here we go.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

ABSA change their mind yet again...

So ABSA have made a retraction regarding the service of court documents they issued earlier. OOPS!
Ally Mafunzwaini General Manager of Customer Management has issued a statement as follows:

Quote:"With reference to the communication dated 03 June 2010, with the subject “Court Documents regarding Debt Counselling Matters and Reckless Lending Credit”, the communication is herewith retracted as it was sent out prematurely.

The process of serving Court Documents prior to the above-mentioned communication remains unchanged.

Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Further communication in this regard will follow shortly."- end quote


So they take it back...but probably will issue that request again in the future...
hope nobody gets fired.

Thursday, June 3, 2010

ABSA change their mind regarding serving court documents

ABSA have changed their stance on serving of court documentation and will now only receive service of court documents by Sheriff to the following addresses:

Servicing of Debt Counselling Court Applications, Consent Orders and Court Orders:

8th Floor Marble Towers
208 Jeppe Street
Johannesburg
2000

Servicing of Reckless Credit Applications:


16th Floor Towers Main
160 Main Street
Johannesburg

Previously ABSA were prepared (like most creditors) to accept service via fax or email to a specific fax number and email address. This change will, of course, push up the cost on the legal side of things and will potentially slow the process.

This means Debt Counsellors will now have to take less time to "negotiate" with ABSA during the review process and will have to proceed with the legal side of things sooner in order not to miss their deadlines.

ABSA have requested that the Notice of Motion should be sent at least ten (10) days prior to date of hearing.

They have requested that Debt counsellors and attorneys specifically refrain from faxing or emailing any of the above mentioned court documentation even though they may previously have been granted permission to do so.

For further information:
ABSA Debt Review Call
Centre on 0861 005 901

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