yes you can get in if you have an outstanding loan, just make sure that your payments are upto date if you have defaulted on the loan it will be picked up in your security search.
people that join up have a mortgage and that is only the same as a loan but on a bigger scale.
if they stopped everybody joining up who had outstanding debt then they would be stupid as most people have some kind of debt.
im at luton mate, obviously not dropping any names but they are a good bunch down there and they seem like they want to help as much as possible to get you through selection.
how big a deal is it ninja. i missed a couple of car repayments bout 5 months ago but im all up to date at the mo. also my finances have been *text deleted**text deleted* over the last year or so mainly dut to me starting up my own business, ive had to do the inevitable ducking and diving a few times, but nothing to the point where anyones tried taking me to court, just a few missed payments on stuff here and there. i gave in my security form 3 months ago and it still hasnt come back im starting to think my past shenanigans might have gone against me.
is this the sort of thing that might halt my application. ive also got a loan but should i pass prmc ill be selling 2 cars to pay it off and other than a mortgage ill own nothing to no-one when i start rt so its kind of a catch 22 situation.
ive been on weekly phys sessions with my afco for the last month and despite them saying im ready for prmc, they say they cant book me on one because my security clearance hasnt come back.
can you shed any light as im getting worried im just waiting for bad news
Is it not also the case that the loan repayments must be lower than your earnings during RT?
I told the CPO at my AFCO that I rented my apartment and had bills and he said these are classed as debts!? I found this slightly ammusing as once I start RT they would disappear. Very odd.
7000! wow.....doesnt it cost almost 100k os some ridiculous figure like that to put a recruit through RT? or have i made that up!?
my afcos said that they wouldnt send anyone down for prmc unless they had assessed their fitness. so they ask you go down to afco and they look at your pressups, situps and chinups, take you on a run, do some circuit training etc etc. most people go once or twice but I choose to go every week as i dont have a prob trying to get work off to do it.
its really good, as painful as it is i like geting beasted by the royal down there as if i can crack whatever he throws at me i feel more confident about prmc. i lasts about to hours and is quite intense but its good to get pushed so hard and train with other potentials.