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Have been retrenched twice in 20 months, and have personal loan with woolworths, paid for six months when first claimed but woolworths does not want to pay for second retrenchment. what is the use of

I HAVE BEEN RETRENCHED WITHIN A PERIOD OF 20 MONTHS. I HAVE A PERSONAL LOAN WITH WOOLWORTHS. THEY PAID FOR SIX MONTHS WHEN I WAS RETRENCHED IN JANUARY 2012. WHEN I WAS RETRENCHED IN SEPTEMBER 2013, I SUBMITTED CLAIM DOCUMENTS, BUT WAS INFORMED THAT I CANNOT CLAIM AGAIN. WHY THEN AM I PAYING FOR INSURANCE. I HAVE BEEN WITHOUT A JOB NOW FOR SEVEN MONTHS AND STILL CANNOT FIND A JOB. THE ACCOUNT IS PAID UP TO DATE, BUT NOW HAVE NO MONEY LEFT, WHY CAN I NOT SUBMIT DOCUMENTS AGAIN FOR WOOLWORTHS TO PAY ANOTHER SIX MONTHS AS THE FIRST TIME I WAS RETRENCHED. IT IS NOT MY FAULT THAT I HAVE BEEN RETRENCHED TWICE IN 20 MONTHS. WHAT CAN I DO. I NEED URGENT HELP IN THIS REGARD.

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