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LBC 'Money Hour' with Clive Bull - Monday 9-10pm 14/9/15 - Free podcast now available

Monday, 14th September 2015

Mike & Clive in the LBC studioMike's most recent appearance on LBC's Money Hour on 14th September with Clive Bull is now available here for you to listen to.

On this show, Mike talks to Clive about the latest news affecting consumers with debt issues, reveals that a date has been set for consumers to go bankrupt online instead of having to go to court and takes calls, texts and emails from listeners around the country.

Below is a timeline of the audio to make it easier to access certain parts of the show. Just click below to start listening.


The Money Hour - Monday 14 September 2015 (44.30 mins bulletins removed)

Topics and time line

01.40 Mike explains the type of people he has helped with debt issues. You will be amazed an their backgrounds and the jobs they do.

07.14 Mike then reveals that a date has been set for people who wish to go bankrupt on-line instead of having to going to court. Those who then go bankrupt online will have a 'bankruptcy checker', Mike then explains what this is and how it is expected to work.

13.52 (Call 1) Melanie who wanted information on how she can best manage her £13,000 debt.

21.00 (Call 2) Tom recently received a letter from a debt collector for a debt he had already paid off five years ago and wanted to know his options.

25.07 (Call 3) Mohamed was next on and wanted to know if he could pay just £100 a month into an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) with debts over £110,000.

30.43 (Call 4) Monica calls saying that she owes £90,000 in parking tickets fines and cannot go home anymore because she fears the bailiffs.

37.22 (Call 5) Paul is next on looking for options on how to best pay his £12,000 credit card debt.

41.28 (Call 6) Claire is the last caller saying she has been ordered by the court to pay a debt of £68,000.

43.18 Text from Ian - Can bailiffs take my motorbike, which I need for work, for unpaid parking tickets?


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