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But I got a better offer!

Joe had been working with a mortgage adviser for over a year when he received a loan offer from a bank directly. Joe accepted the bank’s offer because it was higher than any offer his adviser had obtained, but the adviser then charged Joe a $2,500 fee – was this fair?

Do I really need to pay this clawback fee?

After buying a second property and refinancing her home loan, Laura was shocked to receive a $2500 invoice from her old mortgage adviser. Even though Laura had broken the terms of her loan agreement, did she really have to pay up?

Debt management company makes debt even worse

Kauri paid a company nearly $1,800 to manage his debts by making repayments to his creditors on his behalf. After 6 weeks, Kauri noticed the company wasn’t paying his creditors.

Shares sold too cheap?

Archie instructed his share registry to sell some shares at a minimum of $3 per share. The registry sold the shares at $3 per share, but Archie saw the price had gone up to $5.50 that day

An expensive misunderstanding

Astrid borrowed $80,000 to purchase a luxury car from a dealer. Astrid thought under the loan agreement, she could return the car to the dealer instead of making the $60,000 balloon payment at the end of the loan term. Astrid couldn’t afford to make the balloon payment, but when she tried to return the car instead, she found she wasn’t able to.