Re the comments above "cash flow problems" and "earning interest", are either of those right? Cash on SS iss stored in a segregated client account so I don't think it should impact either cash flow or interest income...
The bank account holding client funds presumably offers some interest rate unless they managed to find a 0% account.
(For example, on RS this interest was added to the PF.)
Repayments? What are they? I'm sure i am not alone in having no repayments as i dump them before term (I realise this gift horse cannot last forever!) Jack P
One of the then London 4 repaid early (about 130+ days iirc), j** threatens well into 200+ days so a long dated, diversified portfolio can include repayments. Remember that the chalet/riviera are basically just sales' plays as are other 100+ day loans.
- p2p sale for the amount they couldn't sell for the previous year or so - funds spirited away to a tax haven - even if our foreign owners are serious they will first destroy value for their rebuild - and then seek an ambitious sale over the Brexit negotiation period - all the time we will receive no substantive update on the IMS reports - 11% for the above
Last year, I bought a reconditioned 10" Windows 8.1 tablet for £77, which turned out never to have been used. Lovely little machine which does everything I throw at it including 1080p video, although I realise they're not for everyone.
Ipad air 2, just over a tonne, used but as new, perfect to save Mr & Mrs having to log in together
Well, who knows how many more topups SS have in pocket, I am assuming the make up to 300k the last couple of mornings is from them, but it could be from someone else !
so jonah, you think a tracker may exist ? do tell .........
You can check the split between lender parts and SS parts by putting your own part up for sale to check the lender only queue (and then not selling). If you prudently do not own this p2p pawn you can replicate with a 1p purchase (and be included on the default emails).
Having almost had a similar problem tonight, it looks like Google Chrome may have been to blame for logging back into the same account. Apologies Collateral Rep and thanks for picking it up so quickly.