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    So I got my loan last Saturday or Sunday and managed to spend the majority of it by Monday-Tuesday. I then decided to withdraw from uni as I was under such stress from family matters it effected my mental health and is continuing to now.

    My question is as I'm currently unemployed and earning 0. Do I just pay my loan back like everyone on my course? When I earn over 21,000 or what??
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    (Original post by Toyahlasha28)
    So I got my loan last Saturday or Sunday and managed to spend the majority of it by Monday-Tuesday. I then decided to withdraw from uni as I was under such stress from family matters it effected my mental health and is continuing to now.

    My question is as I'm currently unemployed and earning 0. Do I just pay my loan back like everyone on my course? When I earn over 21,000 or what??
    No you ll be expected to pay the overpayment back straight after leaving you should be able to get a payment plan.
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    No you ll be expected to pay the overpayment back straight after leaving you should be able to get a payment plan.
    How do i go about getting a payment plan?
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    How do i go about getting a payment plan?
    Phone sfe up when they send yo the demand explain your financial situation and hopefully they ll offer you one
 
 
 
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