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  1. claim your fees back from the people who charged them here is the letter here is an example of a fine placed on a mortgage company from the FSA (they were charging £50.00 though) [ATTACH]40183[/ATTACH] But you will see the FSA say these charges have to be a true representation of costs
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  2. Coronobog I will not hide behing PM's unlike you. If you have something to say then say it in fullview of other posters and don't hide behing PM's. I may take abuse at work (to an extent) but I will not be spoken to like that in my own time, how dare you send me such a nasty message. I hope you never require any help or advice. If I can help someone on this forum by giving a bit of advice then I damn well will and I won't and never have portrayed myself as Mother Teresa but will not answer any further post made by you. Yes I have reported your messge . Absolutely disgusting beha
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  3. "what everybody else does" usually falls on deaf ears when trying to defend yourself, how long were you sat on your posterior?
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  4. Hello, Kingfisher own B&Q and Screwfix. In the past the manager in my local B&Q would, with some pushing, price match to Screwfix prices on identical items. At the time the nearest Screwfix was about 15 miles away but they have recently opened a branch near B&Q so I go there for the items that I need. Martin g
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  5. If the current owners take a letter from their conveyancing solicitor along to the hearing the judge will extend untill completion.
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  6. Apart from anything else, this could be a case of falsely describing the car. A court may be concerned that the OP was swayed into buying the car because it apparently had no advisories. The OP may well have not purchased the car had he of known the advisories existed. The fact that they are 'just advisories' is pretty irrelevant IMHO. If the OP is correct, this is miss-selling.
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  7. heliosuk. I have read some of your answers to other threads and must say you give some duff information. How can taking a legal document, altering/changing/copying that document as to not reflect possible repairs/faults in the future to aid the sale of an item, not be classed as forgery? emtom123 Give em hell!
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