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  1. I should have more than 2 green blobs
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  2. Oh please....it was nothing really
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  3. I think the blob system works this way. When someone clicks on your scales you get points. When you get a certain amount of points, you get a blob. If someone with tons of blobs clicks your scales, you get more points from them than from someone with one blob. We need peeps with lots of blobs to click on Mr.Ton's scales and see if we can give him the blobs he deserves.
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  4. Actually its the Limitation (Northern Ireland) Order 1989. However if you quote the English legislation it will do fine. The time limits are the same
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  5. Welcome to CAG. Have you read the FAQs and step by step guides? Loads of info there. When you are ready, start your own thread(s) in the appropriate forum(s). Use them to ask any questions and post progress reports. You'll find plenty of other users who will help you with your claims. Regards, Rooster.
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  6. My mother had PSP (Progressive Supranuclear Palsy) which has symptoms echoing both the mental degeneration of Alzheimers and the physical of Parkinsons. We claimed Attendance Allowance while Mum was able to stay in her own home with my help- we used the extra benefit to pay for care assistants morning and night for help with bathing etc. Social services provided home adaptations. When it became impossible for me to care for her at home any longer, we were told that Mum would have to self fund in a nursing home. We found a nice place- she hated it but was much safer. We used her savi
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  7. I dealt with CAB on the phone and they were great, and I think if you have actually managed to get to see someone you will be absolutely fine.
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  8. The Greenie Thread That should clear everything up for you
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  9. yes and no... the thing they are complaining about is the fact that you uploaded, not downloaded. However if downloading as a backup is legal, then you cannot know if other people downloading are not doing so for this purpose. Especially as that is the reason you were downloading it! Like I said, I'd feel a whole lot more confident if it can be confirmed that downloading a backup is legal.
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  10. I'll add to your blobs mr.ton 'cos your thread's given me hours of fun and chuckles. I'm only a 1 blob man myself though so won't do you masses of good........ Ps. thanks to fuzzybobble, I'VE SCORED SOME POINTS.... YIPPEEEEEEE:D
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  11. Moorcroft cannot or will not take you to court..... they are normally only agents acting for an OC I have lost count of the number of "court action" and "Intended litigation" Some in black and white...some in red, that I have had from them....They usually go straight into the recycler....after being shredded first. Have you had the "we will send someone round to knock at your door" letter yet " dont let them worry you too much....bunch of muppets Dave
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  12. They are based in a tiny unit on an industrial estate. On the photo of the back of the building they are where the windows look like an upside down pyramid. I would think you would be lucky if 2 people and a mouse were able to fit inside, and I have heard rumours that the mouse walked out due to the cramped conditions,
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  13. The provision exists within the DPA 1998 for application to the County or High Court for rectification of data Section 14 (1) If a court is satisfied on the application of a data subject that personal data of which the applicant is the subject are inaccurate, the court may order the data controller to rectify, block, erase or destroy those data and any other personal data in respect of which he is the data controller and which contain an expression of opinion which appears to the court to be based on the inaccurate data. The eg corresp. above merely quotes the right to enforcem
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  14. I think you have said you contacted the FOS - did you tell the bank this? I would also consider some of the advice in previous threads - you have been patient enough. I suggest a recorded letter to the effect of: I refer to account no XXX and the ongoing fraud investigation. This case has been ongoing since XXXX . You have never given me any explanantion as to what has happened on my account. I have provided everything requested of me and you have on several occasions lost paperwork that I have sent - and in return not applied due diligence to ensuring that important paper work
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  15. hi everyone i`m just putting feelers out at the moment it a long story and i`m reluctant to tell it in full unless there`s help out there for me so i`ll give you a brief version first; i was carer for my mother who suffered from dementia for about five years unnoficially and three years officialy when it got to the stage where i could do no more i gave in to social worker pressure and found a care home for her it was a well known one so i assumed she would recieve good care,how wrong i was. she fell out of bed cos the rail fitted to the side of the bed was the incorrect one,she was left
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  16. Seen this in a recent Credit Magazine" " Meanwhile Cabot Financial Group has been shortlisted in two categories for the third annual Contact Centre World Awards. Cabot has been put on the shortlist for Best Contact Centre and Ken Maynard, CEO, has been highly commended as Best Contact Centre Leader.:o The company is now set to take part in the European regional finals which take place in June in London, UK." I mean, who on earth gets onto the Judging panel - do they REALLY know what this bunch are like? :o If they want an Award for their trophy cabinet I think the Cabot
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  17. It looks like the agreement has the prescribed terms but there are no Terms & Conditions, so it is not enforceable as you have stated in your defence. Crapest haven't challenged you on the point. As I understand the rules, (and I am happy to be corrected) if a point is not challenged by the other side, the court will assume the other side accept the point. In this case, it means crapwest have conceded it is not enforceable. That's for starters. As you & 42man state, no default notice. Again you have said so in your defence and they have not challenged. The only other area
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  18. Hi Creditors are entitled to issue a Default Notice if you have missed one or more payments and this will stay on your credit file for six years from the date of issue. Most personal loan and credit card agreements are regulated by the Consumer Credit Act 2006 and the creditor must issue a Default Notice before commencing legal action. The notice will normally carry with it threats of County Court Judgement or petitions for Bankruptcy. The Default Notice must include:- Name and address of the creditor. Type of agreement and the breach thereof. Early settlement figure (f
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  19. You must get the car off him as quickly as possible. If he has an accident you will be responsible for paying for the repairs since the car is in your name. The police may also hold you responsible for allowing him to drive your car while uninsured. Should anyone be killed, you may also be held liable for compensation. So it is imperative that you get the car off him asap. You can voluntarily return the car, but it looks as if you will need to bring the payments up to half of the original figure [£15,387.80]though that may be different if you paid a fair size deposit. You will
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  20. Hi SC, This awful tragedy should be a warning to all those who have friends or ralatives in care or nursing homes. Keep an eye out for them, and for other residents who maybe don't have people still looking out for them. If you're not happy about anything, speak to the care home manager. If that doesn't work, go to Social Services or the CSCI. SC, re compensation and the trouble with your sister, I really doubt any would have been paid. But it's time you started to move on, or this will eat away at you and make you ill (if it hasn't already). Remember your mother as she was bef
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  21. It's worked Kia ... Sun's out
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  22. - First of all NO reason at all for another thread on this - should have added to the existing thread. Never mind.... - Landlord is fully entitled to check the property after you have moved out, and without you present. - You are paraphrasing me slightly. I see no issue in confirming in writing what you are NOT happy with. I just think you should make no concessions in writing (i.e. "I am happy to pay for X damage"). - There is no issue with non-professional labour, but it cannot be charged at a professional rate. £9.25 PH. I believe I said this on your other thread. - I al
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  23. there not blobs there greenies. there is a thread that explains about the i will try and find it.
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  26. :)Good morning Mrs Z, It is always difficult picking up the reins when someone else has been driving.. So dont worry. Right, just to confirm Amex are the OC and CSL are the DCA, Yes ?. If so, then yes, send SP's letter to Amex and copy it to CSL. I have to pop out for a while, will check on you later on.
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  27. It may do depending on the wording on your policy. It may also depend on the circumstances. If it would not have mattered whether or not the double lock was on, then there should be no problem - that fact that it wasn't on in such a case is not material. Was there damage to the door or frame or was the door actually open? If it is a condition of your policy that the double lock is on whenever the house is vacant then they could decline.
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  28. Good letter but personally I would keep it as short as possible and dont give all the goods away (why make it easy for them?) You pretty much have them, let the game continue!! My thoughts would be something like this (its your choice tho ):
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  29. I suggest you do NOT state anything like your point in 1 unless you want to lose. If you accept you owe HFO the money, then the judge will award judgment against you. You may consider you owe the original creditor the debt but remember it isn't the original creditor taking you to court. All that matters now is the law. The original creditor basically washed their hands of this 'debt' when they apparently sold it to HFO. Fine, then the law requires HFO to produce certain evidence. If they can't, they cannot enforce any claim. The debt still exists but they can't do anything as they
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  30. Just for an extra piece of information, earlier on today I spoke to a local printing company (experts in the field of printing / special effects / photoshop) and a very nice chap have incredibly kindly said he will take a peak at the copy we have been sent and offer an expert opinion as to whether it has been "tampered" with (not that I suggest for one minute that any company involved would have done such a thing) because I am still concerend that the 2 sigs do not match each other and want to eliminate any possibility(however slight) that this discrepency has been caused by any foul play.
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  31. My goodness...at 1210 replies now. So you have to read 210 of them before you even begin to start into the thousand
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  32. What was the 2 green blobs i got for then?
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  33. Hi mich7k I have just read your newest post. decided to come over here and take a look. OMG. I can totally relate to this. To the point i have only read half the posts on this thread and just had to say something. I have three children . ALL are on DLA. My two daughters have severe atopic eczema and acute asthma. One daughter also has allergic rhinitus. My son has type 1 diabetes. My two daughters have had eczema since birth. In 2005 in got so much worse. My oldest daughter was 4at the time and my youngest was three(now are 7 and 6). My oldest narrowly escaped hospita
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  34. Hi I just want to say how sorry I am for your loss and what a terrible time you must of had. Maybe the solicitor that handled the would be able to tell you if any compensation was paid as they may well of acted for your sister or the social work team that compiled the report? Just a thought.
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  35. Penny, the reply you received came promptly because it was a computerised template letter. If you check against some of the initial responses from Egg, as listed in V-E Day thread, you will find the text to be identical -- so it was not targeted at you. This procedure has become a ritualised choreographed dance, as one dancer goes forwards another goes backwards. Egg staff have been instructed to go through the motions just in case they succeed in bamboozling innocents. If you completely ignore the adverse letter, but adapt the template letter below to your own particulars and send same,
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  36. As old andrew has said typing 'bump' is just a way bring the post back to the top of the forum posts, stops it dropping down to far so as not to get noticed amongst the newer posts
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  37. Hi Bossman, it is very unlikely that NR will agree to adjourn the hearing. I assume that it is an N11M form that she has been sent? The court will accept the completed forms up to 7 days before the hearing. I can help with the completing of the forms and also the defence in Q27 of the form. We can also do a statement to take to court on the day. Just let me know when you are ready to start. Kind Regards Ell-enn
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  38. yayyyyyyyy,,,Georgie boy (instant smile) All togevvvvvvvveerrrrrrrrr
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  39. Hiya VF (numbers.... ) Glad to see you are also a camp fire loon...! Here is the link. ENJOY YouTube - Around The Old Camp Fire
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  40. Sorry to interrupt But I came into the party late on And I am so sorry to say (Gosh I am so embarrased) Will the DJ send me the camp fire link I enjoyed your company ..... But gosh I felt ill the next day ...
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  42. guess charlies are okkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk but.......... georges just have that edge
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  43. Or how prepared you are to suck up to the mods:grin:
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  44. Hi Peepo, Have a look at this thread from the bailiffs section, there is a letter on the first post about making a payment arrangement. It is quite a long thread and I havent managed to read it all but there'll probably be some good info in there. Council Tax and Bailiffs Penny:-)
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  45. The council are talking out of their..... The bailiffs have no legal right of entry as there was no court order to allow them to do so. A Walking Posession Agreement allows them to enter your home and take your goods. DON'T sign anything at all. Of course they will insist that you pay the whole amount in one go, but quite simply, if you don't have it, you can't give it to them, so it's in their interests to accept a reasonable monthly amount.
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