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  1. A few people have found that if they fail the ESA medical then their DLA might be reviewed, but don't forget that DLA can be paid to those who work.
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  2. I know we shared a common goal. Your entire family can be proud of the legacy you leave having been such a major part of CAG. We've shared many good and interesting times both on and off the forum. RIP Martin.
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  3. Good bye my friend, you were so understanding and so patience with me. I will never forget what you have taught me. I will miss you and our friendship. I hope you are in a much better place than you have been over these past few months. Hugs and much love to you.
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  4. Gutted..... Martin and I have been friends since 2006, but sadly we never met... Twice now, I have answered a knock on the door from our postman wanting a signature for what has turned out to be premium vodka from the Ukraine.. From Martin!!! We had promised ourselves last year that 2013 would be the year that we met up and had a good drink... And put the world to rights... This has finished my weekend.. Martin..... Thank you Sir for the inspiration that you shared with me when I was at my lowest point, for helping me to bring myself back from the edge of despair, and
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  5. Hi kriket1 If you arrange a repayment plan with wonga they will mark your credit report as "payment arrangement". This is nearly as worse as default for your score. To take out a payday loan from another company to pay wonga and protect your credit rating is not a good idea I think. This is exactly what I did three years ago and it ended up with paying 30000 pounds for a 100 pound loan in the end. Wonga will mark default in your credit file only if you are 90 days behind. So I think in your case the best option might be to ignore them for now, so they do not put you on a repaym
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  6. Hi kriket1 welcome to CAG! Now with wonga, they are currently under investigation by the OFT. Ignore their demands for a I&E form where they say they will decide a repayment plan. It's total rubbish. A repayment plan is to be made around YOUR finances at a rate YOU can reasonably afford. Not whatever amount they try and say. Regarding an extension, i would strongly advise against it. It is wasted money and basically a con for you to pay the PDL money for them doing absolutely nothing. Seriously. It's like paying a school yard bully to leave you alone for a few weeks. The money go
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  7. Yes it does break the DPA, as they don't know whether this information could be seen by a third party. For all they know you could be living with an axe murderer who hates people in debt and is currently in the shed sharpening their favourite axe. For the ICO to deal with a complaint, you would I believe have to send a complaint to P2P and give them a chance to answer it. If they failed to do so properly, then you can involve the ICO. The trouble is that while you are complaining, they will want to contact you regarding the debt. As for NatWest they are entitled to make contact w
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  8. Seems like a pretty comprehensive clause.... However, there are some fairly obvious restriction of trade arguments here, which an employer would be unlikely to be able to uphold. Restrictive covenants are only likely to be enforceable where there are genuine and legitimate interests to protect - for example where an employee is privy to specialist technical information, details of a product launch etc. Your seniority within the organisation would also be a factor, and whether you had access to the organisations future business strategy and pricing structure for example. Above all, the res
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