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    I am currently working on a CAGicon "Buy as You View" customer advice factsheet - a similar item to our existing CAGicon BrightHouse factsheet which you may have already seen. If you haven't, you can view it HERE.

    CAG has received a lot of complaints about bayvicon recently.

    Although BAYV has been trading for quite some time longer than BrightHouse, their business model is very similar, although there does appear to be one or two subtle differences. The most noteable difference is the requirement of a TV coin meter to make payments.

    This is one bit I am particularly uncomfortable about, because this means the customer MUST allow BAYV reps into their home to empty it. (Once money has been put into the meter (which belongs to BAYV) the money THEN instantly becomes the PROPERTY of BAYV, and by denying access to it could be considered as theft - and by opening and emptying the meter yourself would almost certainly be seen as theft... and criminal damage!)

    This creates a bit of a legal grey area, one (it would seem) BAYV are quick to exploit if repossessing goods - with or WITHOUT any kind of court order.

    I am also concerned about agreements being re-financed mid term - and, I understand, having remaining interesticon carried over into new agreements. And, of course, refinanced agreements appear to cause the customer to lose any accrued rights regarding early settlement and repossession rights.

    I am also very keen to learn more about the company's "optional" service cover, and theft and accidental damage cover policies. These policies are usually worthless as the Supply of Goods (Implied Terms) Act 1973 provides all the rights a customer needs - although, it has to be said, BAYV are the ONLY rent-to-own company I have seen that states "your statutory rights are unaffected" in relation to their service cover policies on their website.

    I am currently in the process of obtaining BAYV agreements (hire purchase, service cover and theft/accidental damage cover) for research, and have spoken to a several BAYV customers already. I did invite BAYV to assist (from the start) with this factsheet, but the company declined - telling CAG:

    "..We are pleased that CAG has given us the opportunity to resolve some customer issues that have appeared on the site. You have also given us some insight into enhancing our internal customer service programme to improve the overall Buy As You View customer experience. We also love the idea of a publishing a Fact Sheet. However, we have decided to work on one for our own website rather than one for the CAG forum.."

    I will, of course, give BAYV the opportunity to view the completed CAG factsheet (and comment in an official capacity) before it is published here.

    In the meantime, if anyone wants to assist (horror stories, good service stories, etc) please contributeicon to this thread.

    Many thanks

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    I wrote this earlier then my browser went off and it has took me ages to do it all again. This time i saved it in Wordpad (Windows 7) so if it does not work i still have a copy on the laptop.

    I would like to share my experience with this despicable company. This is very long but worth a read.

    In December 2000 I had a salesman from Buy as You View cold called me at my home. He persuaded me to buy a Television from them costing about £5 per week. I agreed and the TV was delivered the following day. I was happy with it but once I had been paying for a year the collector (who emptied the TV and knew my daughters 2nd birthday was coming up) started to push me into buying more goods (a bed for my daughter and essentials for the kitchen) and I stupidly agreed. Over the years I bought more and they payments kept going up but I was coping.

    By December 2006 I was paying £160 every 8 weeks to bayvicon which left me with little money to pay other bills and buy food. In January 2007 I found out that I was going to be moving house (after neighbours had made my life hell for 2 years) and I wrote to BAYV (sending the letter recorded delivery) telling them my new address. I didn’t hear anything from BAYV by the time I was due to move in February 2007 so I telephoned BAYV and they took my new address details.

    On the day of the move the TV (from BAYV) was badly damaged in transit so I phoned BAYV and they told me to dispose of it. They also said they would send someone round to attach a meter to a small TV I had. No-one from BAYV ever turned up.

    I phoned them every week and I got the same response that they would send someone out. In the end I gave up and left them to it.
    In August 2007 a Representative from BAYV turned up at my house and started shouting at me on my doorstep. He loudly announced that I owed his company money and he wanted all the money I owed ( £2000 ) or he would be taking all my stuff. I told him to leave as he was scaring my 7 year old daughter but he told me to pay up. Several of my neighbours were in their gardens and they could hear every word he said to me. I tried to tell him I didn’t have that kind of money but he barged past me, went into my kitchen and dragged my tumble dryer across the floor. He said that wouldn't be the end of it and he would make sure I was arrested for 'absconding'. He then took the tumble dryer out of my house and tried to put it in his car but it wouldn't fit and he dumped the dryer in front of my fence. I went out to tell him he could not leave the dryer there but he sped off out of my street in his car. I then went out with my daughter to get lunch and when I returned the dryer had gone. I was told by one of my neighbours that the scrap man had taken the dryer.

    The next day I contacted my local Citizens Advice Bureau who told me to write to BAYV to complain about the Rep as he had breached several OFT debt collectionicon Guidelines and ask for a breakdown of what I owed. The CAB also sent me a copy of the OFT Debt Collection Guidelines with all the guidelines the Rep had breached highlighted for me. I wrote to BAYV and they did reply promising an investigation into the Reps behavior.

    In September 2007 I was visited by the Police who had received a complaint from the BAYV Rep accusing me of theft. The officers wanted me to go with them immediately (on a Saturday night at 9pm) but as I had no-one to look after my 7 year old daughter (the officers even asked me to leave her with a neighbour which I refused to do as I didn’t know anyone in the area well enough) they agreed that I would come to the Police Station the following night at 9pm.

    I went to the Police Station the following night at 9pm and I was arrested on suspicion of theft. I refused to speak to them without a solicitor, I was searched, had to hand in all my possessions, I had to take my trainers off before I was put in a cold and filthy cell where I was waiting for a Duty Solicitor to arrive.

    When the Solicitor arrived he told me that BAYV had told the Police that I had moved house taking the goods I was paying for without telling them and had therefore committed theft. I told the solicitor my side of the story and then the Police officer came in to interview me. I gave my side of the story and the officer said they would bail me. BAYV said I had stolen the TV (worth £300 new and paid off 5 times over), a vacuum cleaner (worth about £100 and paid off twice over), a stereo system (which had been returned twice due to faults and I didn’t get anything to replace it) and the Tumble Dryer (which the rep had left by my fence). I had my DNA taken, my fingerprints and photo taken too. I was bailed until a date in October and they officer dropped me off near my home at 1am in the morning. I was told not to contact BAYV in the meantime.

    On my bail date in October the Police Officer phoned me to tell me that he was extending my bail until November 2007 as BAYV had not been in touch and had not provided the evidence they had promised. 1 day before the November bail date I received a letter from the Police Officer informing me that he was extending the bail date until January 2008 as he had still not heard anything from BAYV despite phoning them on a weekly basis asking for the evidence they had promised him.

    I was not happy about the bail being extended again and the stress of the situation was causing problems for me. I was not sleeping properly, not eating and constantly arguing with my boyfriend. I went to my doctor who said I was depressed and prescribed me strong sleeping tablets which left me in a dazed state.

    On my January bail date my solicitor phoned to tell me that the police wanted me to accept a caution even though they still had no evidence. The solicitor told me not to accept the caution under any circumstances as I would be admitting I was guilty and I could be arrested and charged at a later date. The solicitor told me that the police wanted me to take a caution to get it over with but I would never admit to anything I hadn't done. I went to the Police Station to answer my bail where I was kept waiting for an hour before the Officer came out with a letter extending my bail until the end of February 2008. I then got another phone callicon off my solicitor who was not happy and he told the officer that if he didn’t have any evidence by the time I was due to answer bail then they should be dropping the charge.

    A few days before I had to answer bail in February 2008 a Bail Cancellation Notice was put through my letterbox at midnight. I phoned my solicitor who told me that the Police had dropped the case until they had evidence to charge me. That was 2 years ago and I have heard nothing from the Police since.

    I then wrote to BAYV 5 times (all sent recorded and signed for by the same member of staff) and I only received 1 letter back asking for me to provide all the letters I sent but I received no reply after that. I felt that BAYV were ignoring me so I contacted the Financial Ombudsman Service who investigated for me. They had the same problem with BAYV not replying to letters but after 6 months the fosicon finally got to speak to someone who offered to wipe off the debt I owed in order to settle the case. I accepted this over the phone and then the FOS confirmed it in writing. I haven't heard anything since.

    My advice is to avoid Buy as You View and save up instead. If you are really desperate for an essential item (fridge freezer or washing machine) then go to Brighthouse (and i know you will hate me for saying that Lefty) as they are usually cheaper than BAYV.

    I will be happy to help you in anyway i can Lefty. You have helped me out a lot with Brighthouse so it is the least i can do.

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    Default Re: Calling all BAYV Customers - Your help is required

    hello there i would really like to know what type of help your after lefty.
    buy as you viewicon complaints keep on coming and i do think what your doing might be most helpfull indeed .
    we seem to enter into grey areas indeed when you go into meters and also h p laws ie supply of goods act implied terms 1973.
    blondies letter about b a y v seem so realistic to brighthouse there methods and behaviour.
    having been with both companys i feel they both adopt the same tatics.
    you must consider that a majority of of these customers are vaunerable people either on benefits or low incomes that these customers serve or dont .
    perhaps the need is to advise and clarify the situations customers facefrom there dealings .cheers glen


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    Default Re: Calling all BAYV Customers - Your help is required

    2 years ago purchased a indeset washing machine from b a y v on a h p agreement over 3 yrs.
    this machine was most problematic indeed and at a early stage began breaking down .
    about 6 times the washer broke down and repairs was serious problems indeed mother board had packed up on 3 occasions also a futher occasion came home kitchen area was flooded were latch was not installed properley door came open.
    i made my b a y v rep aware that this appliance was not right to many faults also indeset as well but my comments was just ignored no one showed no real intrest just a moaning old customer.
    july 1st 2009 disaster struck the washer exploded and burst into flames causing thousands of pounds of damage to my home.
    without delay i contacted buy as you viewicon and told me they where sending an indeset engineer out to sort the washer out .
    some 3 days later indeset turned up and decided the washer was to badly damaged to repair just laughed.
    later that evening the area manager from b a y v came to my home inspected the damage said to me he would have to contact someone else with this matter as he had never come accross this situation before.
    some one would call me on monday to advise what was going on to date this call never materialised.
    a week later i allowed the washer to be taken for inspection to the manufacturer.
    started e mailing and writing to b a y v but with no response at all.
    confirmation came from indeset a fault had been found suprise suprise the mother board.
    continued to contact b a y v e mailed wrote letters even rang them up,on the phone i was finding no help at all from customer services.on several occasions i asked for a manager or director was told no we are trained to deal with customers like you.
    as weeks turned into months we was getting no futher .
    october 09 i then decided to pull the plug on b a y v would not allow them access to the property to empty the meter .
    but did state to them they can come in and inspect there goods at a pr arranged time agreed in writing by both of us.
    we then received threats from individuals into accounts regarding our non payments.
    we was then asked to supply the fire report late october 09.after a lot of hesitation we agreed to supply the fire report as long as they paid for it and we had a copy.
    b a y v paid the fee for the report to this date we have seen no copy of the fire report.
    b a y v then started sending us letters of breach of our agreement threats of court ect.
    we asked them for updated balances and also copies of all live agreements that was held with b a y v .
    to date this information never arrived the lack of urgencey by them to reply to letters e mails and requests where just ignored no one gave a real toss.
    can you imagine what it was like to live in a house with a 4 yr old 9 yr old 11 yr old 2 adults,without cooking facilities,without hot water,without washing without heating due to the serious nature of this fire damaged it had caused.
    middle of november 2009 eventfull day indeed spoke with male from accounts dept at b a y v very nice helpfull person explained situation to him.
    he stated he would try and help.
    the next day i got a letter from indeset insurers in italy,they stated found a fault in washing machine therefore liability would not be disputed.
    trading standards contacted me advised me as it was a h p agreement then the responsiblity lay with the finance company who paid the retailer.
    this was under the supply of goods act implied terms 1973.
    that company was dunraven finance looking it up same address as b a y v .
    some days later in the evening end of nov 09 i had a telephone callicon from the cheif execative of b a y v told him the story and he said he would sort it out.
    the next day a woman rang me and wanted to know the situation and the cost of the damage.
    she rang me every working day to update me.
    in the mean time indeset appointed loss adjusters intending to visit the house a weeks time.
    but never turned up due to illness,rang this lady who i know as operational director as b a y v .
    she seemed to grab the bull by the horns to get this resolved in december christmas looming she vetted the builders had run ins with indeset,and said one tuesday night on the phone your work will start tomorrow wed but indeset wish to look at the damage.she said they were all coming to visit our home on wednesday dinner time.
    she assured me the work will start wed.
    this director turned up along with area manager loss adjuster for indeset 2 hrs late.
    after a delay the builders was ordered to start work by the b a y v director.
    dismay of the loss adjuster indeed she insisted must be finished for christmas.
    the other damage was viewed and all left .
    we was given a hamper for our troubles.
    the work was completed on 23rd dec 2009.at the cost of 8,000 pound.
    we tried to pursue the other losses with the loss adjuster but for what he said
    was indeset would offer only a gesture of goodwillicon one of offer of 500 pound
    the loss adjuster was rather threatning and began using a bullying tatics against us.
    he gave us 21 days to consider the offer then decided to withdraw the offer
    then give us only 24hrs to decide,yes,or
    no if no then court action would be defended very vigorsouley indeed.
    consumer direct was contacted indeed they advised i had no claim against the manufacturer under the supply of goods implied terms 1973 act.
    as the machine was out of warranty so had no obligation legal action would fail.
    so im left with rooms to redecorate lost all meals claims lost all washing claims
    also deep fat fryer and kettle not replaced not even consideration of all the clothes we lost.
    also for our suffering not a mention of compensation.
    this lasted for 176 days of suffering,yes it was suffering as well.
    i will add know if it was not for the operational director and her no nonsense attitude this matter would not still be resolved.
    she was the only person at b a y v that was constructive in moving this matter forward .
    no other member of the b a y v team from customer service to collectors to accounts to managers did nothing at all.
    the attitude of the customer service team was awfull .
    the lack of dealing with requests for paper work never got anything from them .will they change indeed or learned something dont think so back to the old ways was told yesterday by manager that b a y v rep will call today sat at home all day today guess what no sign of b a y v rep ,told you learned nothing.
    this was a tremendous upset to us as a family,we found all the time it took for b a y v to listen,far to long indeed.
    this was a major incident to be left like this for such a lengh of time caused severe stress on us also the conditions we was forced to live in as well,for such a long period of time is a disgrace.the cost of the damage was£8000.
    if b a y v had more directors like the one i refer to here the company would be a far better place.
    not really no confidence in this company at all would not really buy again would not really recomend them to any body as well.
    THIS IS THE INDESET WASHER THAT BURST INTO FLAMES




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    Here Goes,

    We have been bayvicon customers since 2005 and did not know how the agreements worked, i.e. if you get other products before the one you have is paid off in full the outstanding amount is the rolled over to your new product.Which means the product that you thought you had one payment to make before its yours is not yours until the new item is paid off,also if the old item breaks after three years even if you dont own it becasue you got another item 1 WEEK to soon then the supply of goods act 1973 does not apply!!.
    Anyway, we were missoldicon a pc which we were told would only add around £30 a month onto our account,Wrong it more than doubled it to around £230.But weeks later we found out the person that missold it was sackedicon because he was doing it to other ppl, but BAYV would not take the product back as we had signed an agreement(without reading it all i know,but lesson learned)Ontop of all of this the cooker started playing up so we rang BAYV who told us the item was no longer under insurance cover, so we asked is it ours?they replied no as the finance was rolled over to a new product and that when the fun really started.We contacted Consumer Direct they sent us a temlpate for the Supply of Goods Act 1973 and how to do a covering letter, we sent one,BAYV did not reply so then we contacted Trading Standars who said their was nothing really we could do, so we left it at that.
    In the meantime we had a white Nintendo DS that broke within 6 months of having it,So again we rang BAYV they said without even looking atit that the damage was caused by us and therfore not under warranty.I argued that you could not make that decision without even looking at it!.So they arranged for someone to collect it they never did.We contacted consumer direct again and was told to go back to BAYV so we did.THey promised the same but did NOTHING.Consumer direct then passed us too Trading Standards who said we need to speak to someone senior or write to them as what they are doing is wrong.So we contacted a manager and mentioned trading standards and he became hot and bothered lol.He promised to have the DS collected within a week that was 3 MONTHS AGO!!!.We lost heart and forgot about it until we wanted to get contents insuranceicon to see if we can bring the payments down.The lday we spoke to said she was a senior member of staff and that the total cover we were paying was around £8 every eight weeks which sounds mad as we are now paying £180 every eight weeks after having to refinance the whole agreements as the payments were just too much at £230.
    We then said about how we were still waitng for the DS to be sorted out and how Discusted we were about having to pay for a cooker that does not work properly, still dont own but they dont have to fix it.THe lady on the phone then said she wanted to escaltae the call to Senior management,and my better half was put through to apparently a MARKETING DIRECTOR by the name of John ...........did not catch the last name and the lady afterwards was reluctant to give it!!!He said he would look into the cooker situation.15 mins later we got a call back from thelday saying we would be contacted by Hotpoint within the hour to arrange a service call for the cooker!!!!!!.
    Now somthing does not smell right to me at all.Why after all this time of BAYV doing NOTHING are they being helpful?????? and why not deal with our other problems like the P.C. etc?.

    Lefty if there is anything i can do to help or if ive left any info out etc.Please let me know.John Wayne has got nothing on these COWBOYS!!!!

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    Default Re: Calling all BAYV Customers - Your help is required

    Good morning.

    We spoke on the phone yesterday about the issues you had with the service from bayvicon. You specifically referred to the problem you had with the cooker.

    We confirmed the cooker was out of warranty but that we would carry out a service call completely free of charge. As you have correctly said, someone from our service department contacted you within the hour to arrange a suitable time for an engineer to call.

    We then called you again to ensure that you were happy with the arrangement. Which you confirmed .

    We were not made aware that you had issues with your Nintendo nor where we made aware of issues with your PC. Neither of these where discussed on the call , which as advertised are monitored and recorded.

    I'm sorry that you are still not happy, but we can only help if you give us all of the details.

    We have the full interests of our customers at heart and admit that sometimes we don't get it right.
    However, on the occasions that we don't get things right, we will correct the situation.

    I repeat, we can only do this, if you give us full details.

    If you would like me to give you a call again, I will gladly do so.

    Best regards
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    Hi bayvicon,

    The DS was mention to the lady we were speaking too at that part of the reason we had the call escalated.
    Regardiing the P.C. we have tried on many occasions over the past TWO years to sort it out but the people on the other side of the phones have either fobbed us off or pasted us on to arear manager to and all he was bothered about doing was seeing about refinancing if we were struggling he collected money weekly and saw that we could cope so nothing was done that was over a years ago.We had to refinance not long ago as the payments from the PC are very high.
    Why does your company not state verbally (not on about small print) at the begining of the contract that if you add new items to your account before the old one is FULLY paid for the finance of the old item gets added to the new one so you dont legally own both until the new one is paid off??????,it nothing but a legal loophole!!
    Granted on this time you have done your bit,but its the first time in 5 YEARS you have stepped up to the plate ,its a pity if you have to speak to a senior member of BAYV all the time to get something done.THe lady we spoke to Knew NOTHING about the supply of goods act!!!!, is this adequate training???.It shows that all is not well with BAYV if your company is monitoring this forum!!!!.
    But as you suggested we will call again to sort out the nintendo DS and the P.C. and we shall see how it goes.


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    bayvicon where do i start

    i had accidental damage cover and when are flat screen broke they agreed to give us a loan tv till they fixed the new one which at first was great.

    but couple of weeks later i ring them to find out when i will be getting my new tv back to which they told me i wouldn't as i was in arrears a stupid amount less than 20 quid and because the tv was broken in this arrears period it voided my accidental damage cover,
    they came to my house few weeks later to collect the loan tv but we told them to do one as they wouldn't be getting it back until i had my new one fixed and returned to which they threatened us with the police.
    we offered are phone for them to call the police but they told us they would do it back at the office.

    we never heard back from them again

    vile company to deal with many threats but didnt back it up with nothing
    there very big in my town in south wales.

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    buy as you viewicon well i have a tv i got in jan 07 and still paying for it now which is 3 years later i got a pc and a camcorder too and i dont understand the warranty or the insurance i am paying and i rang buy as you view to request to pay by direct debt and there said there would arrange it so have that a rep from buy as you view came out took the meter off and taken the contents of the box and told me there would be a manager here after easter to do the DDicon forms now this morning the collector who normally collector turned up to empty meter and told him someone had been so i rang the office and there have no record of someone coming out to collect the meter and have no record of my payment what was in the meter now i have been threaded with police and there will take my goods back there also told me i was not covered on any of my items as it was refinanced.


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    This makes you think what care is taken with personal information with buy as you viewicon and how information is disposed of WalesOnline - News - South Wales Valleys - Bridgend & Maesteg - Company launches inquiry after personal details dumped


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    Also I would write to buy as you viewicon ,sent recorded delivery and include a £1.00 postal order or cheque requesting under the consumer crediticon Act 1974 all your credit agreements and warranty agreements ,as I have had all mine back ,and 2 of them have forged signatures on them


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    Quote Originally Posted by madb View Post
    bayvicon where do i start

    i had accidental damage cover and when are flat screen broke they agreed to give us a loan tv till they fixed the new one which at first was great.

    but couple of weeks later i ring them to find out when i will be getting my new tv back to which they told me i wouldn't as i was in arrears a stupid amount less than 20 quid and because the tv was broken in this arrears period it voided my accidental damage cover,
    they came to my house few weeks later to collect the loan tv but we told them to do one as they wouldn't be getting it back until i had my new one fixed and returned to which they threatened us with the police.
    we offered are phone for them to call the police but they told us they would do it back at the office.

    we never heard back from them again

    vile company to deal with many threats but didnt back it up with nothing
    there very big in my town in south wales.

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    hi was wondering if you could help, i got a tv from bayvicon 2 years ago and they have had it back 4 times in a couple of months for repair. They then told me i wasn't getting it back as they can not repair it, they were sending me a reconditioned xenius tv, i had a top of the range sanyo, after some discussion they said i can have a new xenius tv, when they delivered it, it was nowhere as good as my sanyo and research shows they are not a reliable tv. I called to say i didn't want it i wanted a tv as good as the sanyo. The manager would not come and speak to me at home and have just been informed they will give me a reconditioned sanyo when they eventually get 1 and i still have to make another years payment on my original tv. When i joined bayv i was told i was covered old for new if it was unrepairable. What should i do


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    I am unsure why you have been told this if the origional product was new and we are unable to repair it. Then under the legislation we are bound to repalce with a model of similar make and specification.

    Clearly it is not always possible to replace identical for identical but you should not have had a Xenius model.

    I can only offer our sincere apology and if you would like to contact me directly on 01656 754 522. I will arrange for a suitable replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birchy3175 View Post
    hi was wondering if you could help, i got a tv from bayvicon 2 years ago and they have had it back 4 times in a couple of months for repair. They then told me i wasn't getting it back as they can not repair it, they were sending me a reconditioned xenius tv, i had a top of the range sanyo, after some discussion they said i can have a new xenius tv, when they delivered it, it was nowhere as good as my sanyo and research shows they are not a reliable tv. I called to say i didn't want it i wanted a tv as good as the sanyo. The manager would not come and speak to me at home and have just been informed they will give me a reconditioned sanyo when they eventually get 1 and i still have to make another years payment on my original tv. When i joined bayv i was told i was covered old for new if it was unrepairable. What should i do
    Read the supply of goods act

    Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994 (c. 35)


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    have rang bayvicon as they asked and spoke to a lovely lady, she sorted it out straight away the following day they delivered me a brand new sharp tv.


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    Update ... Received a final response off Chris Webb of buy as you viewicon . Apparantly their emlpoyess are all trained to sell warranty to customers ,what a joke .I was not once asked if I wished to purchase it ,or explained what it was for . Banks etc are having to pay millions back in miss selling of payment protection ...Insurance ,why should Buy As You View be any different ? I asked them to look into credit agreements I requested to Buy As You View under the consumer crediticon act 1974 ,as 2 agreements bare signatures which arent mine . The letter of final response doesnt even mention these agreements .I am now going to get this company exposed for what they are doing to customers ,as I have been approached by 2 reporters . and a journalist about this company ..Anyone wanting to speak with BBC or HTV about Buy As You View message me and I will pass the names and numbers onto you


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