Close Brothers Agreement
You can find all the details of your credit agreement in your welcome package, but you can get more information by contacting CBPF on 0333 3218 566 or by writing to Close Brothers Premium Finance, Wimbledon Bridge House, 1 Hartfield Road, London, SW19 3RU. In the unlikely event that you need to file a complaint with Close Brothers Premium Finance, please contact 0333 3218566 directly or email it to email@example.com. With your close Brothers Motor Finance online account, you can manage your agreement quickly and easily 24/7. A) It is important that you read all the information contained in the welcome package sent by Close Brothers Premium Finance at the end of your application and take the time to review it carefully, in particular the Standard Consumer Credit Information (SECCI) and the credit agreement. If you withdraw from the credit agreement as described above, the credit agreement will be treated as if it had never been concluded and you will have to repay the loan amount within 30 days, starting from the day following the day on which you have informed Close Brothers Premium Finance of your intention to resign. You don`t have to pay any interest or fees to Close Brothers Premium Finance, but you do need to make alternative arrangements to pay for your insurance. You can repay all or part of the credit agreement at any time. The full terms of your credit agreement will be sent by Close Brothers Premium Finance after the conclusion of your insurance purchase. This statement is not a substitute for reading your credit agreement before signing it, but only a general explanation of the main characteristics of credit agreements. To assess your application, CBPF may use credit ratings, credit information and automated decision systems.
We will provide your data to CBPF so that they can carry out this assessment. If your request is unsuccessful, CBPF will terminate your credit agreement and notify you in writing. You must then find another way to pay your insurance premium. You only own the vehicle after the end of your contract, which means that you cannot sell the vehicle during this period without our prior consent. If you want to sell the vehicle, you must first pay your contract in full to become the legal owner. For a billing offer, log in to your Close Online account. A) The credit agreement is designed for the reimbursement of insurance premiums and is not suitable for other uses. Q) What should I read before entering into the credit agreement? You can terminate the credit agreement at any time. If you withdraw from your credit agreement, you must repay all the credits you received. You won`t be charged any tax for terminating your credit agreement, but you`ll need to find another way to pay your insurance premium.
A) You must repay the money you will receive as a deduction under the agreement and pay all interest on this amount. It is important to read all the information mentioned below so that you can decide whether the credit agreement you are requesting as part of this insurance purchase is right for your needs and financial situation. A) Under the Consumer Credit Act 1974, you have the right to resign from your credit agreement before the expiry of 14 days, from the day after (a) the day you sign a credit agreement already signed by Close Brothers Premium Finance or (b) if you sign the credit agreement before Close Brothers Premium Finance begins your right if you receive a copy of the contract signed from us. If you wish to exercise your right of withdrawal, you must inform Close Brothers Premium Finance of one of the following methods: (i) by telephone on 0333 3218566; (ii) by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org; or (iii) by courier or delivery to Close Brothers Premium Finance, Wimbledon Bridge House, 1 Hartfield Road, London, SW19 3RU. . . .