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24 September 2014

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Series 1 Highlights

Richard and Dawn from Warrington In the first series of Bank of Mum & Dad six debt ridden cases provided the challenge for our financial expert, Lawrence Gold.
In programme 1 we met Dawn and Richard from Warrington. Their love of the nightlife meant debts of £26,000. Find out more
Warren from LondonProgramme 2 introduced us to Warren from London, whose huge overspending had left him in debt to the tune of £108,000. Warren's motto of enjoying life and forgetting the future, was getting him further into the red. Find out more
Andrew from ManchesterProgramme 3's case involved Manchester lad, Andrew. A creative director at a hair salon, Andrew's love of the club and pub scene was just part of the reason he had built up a £24,000 debt. Find out more
Susi from AberdeenProgramme 4's feckless spender was Susi from Aberdeen. Unemployed after her own catering company went belly up, Susi was desperate to live a glamorous lifestyle on her less than glamorous budget. Find out more
Faye from EssexIn programme 5 we met Faye and her mum Linda. Faye insisted on spending whatever she wanted but her reckless ways had led her into debt to the tune of £29,000. Find out more
Becky from the MidlandsThe final programme of the series introduced us to Becky. Becky had recently moved to London from the Midlands and her desire to live the London high life had led to debts totalling £12,000. Find out more

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