Marc Gander - The Consumer Survival Handbook


A 220 page introduction to all things consumer related by our own BankFodder.

Includes energy companies, mobile phone providers, retailers, banks, insurance companies,debt collection agencies, reclaim companies, secondhand car sellers, cowboy garages, cowboy builders and all the rest who put their own profits before you.

£6.99



Patricia Pearl - Small Claims Procedure - A Practical Guide


An excellent guide for the layperson in how to use the County Court - a must if you are intending to start a claim.

£19.99 + £1.50 (P&P)


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    Default Drp 'intended court action'

    Some of you may remember
    - I run a small retail store, in a shopping centre, there is parking but you only get 20 mins or something.

    I had no issues whatsoever for the first 2 months, everyone did it, then in around feb started to get yellow NTK...
    Now whether my next action was right or wrong is not the point here..

    I just binned them taking no notice of them.. Let's just say I maybe got about 20 or so over 3 months...

    I was told to not worry about DRP, I am not... Just had a letter in the door saying 'intended court action'...

    I have absolutely no intention of 1. getting worried, and 2. taking action.

    Can someone please let me know what I should do here..

    I am paying tenant of the shopping centre, is there anyway I can write to them and twll them to go away nicely?


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    a DCAicon is not a bailiff and have zero legal powers to do anything
    only the PPC can take you to court.

    who are they?

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    And to take you to court there's a procedure they have to follow before issuing a claim so you get at least a months notice of them thinking of it


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    Default Re: Drp 'intended court action'

    Quote Originally Posted by dx100uk View Post
    a DCAicon is not a bailiff and have zero legal powers to do anything
    only the PPC can take you to court.

    who are they?



    So should I just keep ripping their letters up and using it as fire tinder?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mrk123 View Post
    So should I just keep ripping their letters up and using it as fire tinder?
    You got it. ignoreicon everything except a letter of claimicon or an actual claim formicon. Though it would be wise to keep the letters just incase they try different tactics.

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    best thing to do is scan stuffto PDFicon and keep it on a pendrive or somewhere that wont get wiped if yu pc fails etc
    they [THE OWNERS of the land or their REPs ] could comeback anytime upto 6yrs.

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    they are rentathreats and can do nothing in their own name or on behalf of anyone else. they may well recommentd their client does things but I recommend you use daz for whiter washes but I cant sue you if you dont.


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    And other Washing Powders which are available

    We could do with some help from you

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    right thats it, expect a lbaicon any day now. My clients have a washing powder monopoly and even to suggest that you can use other ones is a breach of the clearly indicated contract written on the back of the box or available on their web site so you cant say you didnt see it. My friends Will and John will support me on this and will add their 60 unicorn food tax to the bill for doing their usual nothing.


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