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  1. Just ask the manager when and where this item was sold at the 'was' price they will either know or be able to find out. Most clothes / furniture shops will sell the item at a higher price 1-3 stores for a period of 1 - 2 months to be able to qualify it as the higher price. One thing I have seen companies do in the past (which I believe should be unlawful) is advertise items at the original price when none of those items are actually available for sale or run introductory offers followed by something like a buy one get one half price offer, then back to the price at the introductory offer.
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  2. Hi Birdyboy, ims is right, you don't need to provide a signature - I didn't. I sent them this http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/attachment.php?attachmentid=30868&d=1319029184 and albeit a few days outside of the 40 day time limit, I received my SAR information. Obviously you can take out the part of corroborating letters that I sent them (information they didn't need to know redacted of course) as they will get the gist of of your response without them. Personally, I didn't want to give them any more room for maneouvre! You're in good hands here with the advice you ha
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  3. Their 40 days run from the time they cash the cheque in my opinion There is no requirement for you to provide a signature at all ims
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  4. No such thing as an actual black mark, companies just put down the truth, how this affects actual credit varies, some companies wouldnt care less others, it may influence them, but as pointed out Ive never seen Ebay do this, so its quite unlikely, you could fire off a few threats o them first and threaten legal action should they do it. Andy
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  5. I would also be putting in a claim with the courier company as if it really was damaged in transit then it was them that did it. There is a good chance they will pay up. All they should ask for is photos of damage. Oh and if they did pay up, I would keep the money. To hell with ebay/Paypal and their flawed system. P.s, many moons ago I had a reverse payment which left my paypal account in negative. They passed it to a DCA who sent a few letters and made a few calls but I told them straight that unless they goto court then they are wasting their time. They soon decided against chasing it
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  6. http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1992/613/regulation/45/made (5) The person levying distress on behalf of an authority shall carry with him the written authorisation of the authority, which he shall show to the debtor if so requested; and he shall hand to the debtor or leave at the premises where the distress is levied a copy of this regulation and Schedule 5 and a memorandum setting out the appropriate amount, and shall hand to the debtor a copy of any close or walking possession agreement entered into. A letter/e-mail needs to be sent to rossendales and the head of revenues at yo
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  7. If he has never levied on any items either inside or outside that belongs to you then he cannot take any items or charge for doing so. Have you a break down of fee's and charges. What was the original debt from the council and how much have you paid so far.
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  8. Hi Anon Have a read of 10, 12 and 13 in my signature. 10) SALE OF GOODS ACT-EDUCATE YOUR RETAILER CLICK HERE 12) SOGA SUMMARY CLICK HERE 13) WHICH? TEMPLATES CLICK HERE
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  9. When the CCJ was granted did you get an instalment order to make payments and if you did have you been making these payments? Even if aren't able to attend you need to send a ws to the court stating your case.
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  10. Then stick to your defence of Post #84 as vagueness appears to be anything but, as Im not privy to all the details of this case and you are then you must proceed as you feel correct and fight it on the knowledge you have. Regards Andy
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  11. Your personal bank manager should then have asked quite simply ''do you understand exactly what you are signing?'' Then should state if not please seek independant legal advice.
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