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  1. you seem to be spamming the name of the company in a search engine optimisation vendetta. Very childish. Also if everyone is over 18 they can shag who they like. Their complaints are not yours, and no one seems to have asked you to white knight for them. They can complain themselves if bothered. Move on. Live well. Be happy. Let it go. It's the mature thing to do.
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  2. I just keep it short and sweet.... Dear DCA I am compiling a list of my creditors with a view to going bankrupt. Please supply full details of the alleged debt and you will be included in the list. Even if I don't hear from you the communication previously sent will be added. Goodbye and don't forget to NEVER call me on the phone as I can't afford one.
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  3. Seamus, first of all you said this: 'I rang this morning to cancel as circumstances have changed' which kind of implies you'd lost your job or something major had happened. And then you say this: 'and als there were three owners on the car which is normally ok but when two of them had been within the last 11 months you have gotta ask why. which I did but the reply I received when I thought about it, I had my doubts about the car and I was not prepared to take the chance' Which kind of implies buyer's remorse. As you've found out, buyers remorse costs money.
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  4. That is what we need more of-compliments instead of complaints. I had cause to write to my local council and I marked my letter Formal Compliment. I wonder how long it took them to realise it wasn't a complaint
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  5. Then I found this from hmrc If there is a charge for your treatment, and you get tax credits because you're on a low income, you could get help. This help includes: free NHS/HS prescriptions, wigs and fabric supports - if they are not already free free dental treatment and eyesight tests vouchers towards the cost of glasses or contact lenses help with the cost of travel for some NHS/HS treatment
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  6. I've watched this posting with much amusement. We see them all the time here. It has though raised some interesting questions especially on the actions of some of the site team as Mike has pointed out in relation to posts being removed/edited etc. I have in mind a particular post in relation to a DPF issue when it was pointed out that he/she would lose was totally removed after the OP did in fact lose big time. Now in this case, removing all the noise surrounding it, it comes down to an interpretation of the law and the definition of what is unroadworthy and what is not. SOGA clearly sta
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  7. He won't appear as he is a salaried employee of HMCTS.
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  8. I don't think any Judge is going to be impressed by that! Go to the Court first thing. This guy may well be in trouble.
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  9. Then you have to go to the court tomorrow morning. He is not allowed to edit documents like that without the authority of the court. HE would need to serve a full fresh claim on your wife. Not tip-ex your name out and put hers in.
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  10. sparky514: Unfortunately, for your son, the answer is yes, subject to a couple of variations. He can not be forced to undertake any medical treatment - This includes seeing a health professional. He can not be forced to apply for jobs or take up work, nor can he be forced to "volunteer" for work experience. There is a different template that the provider must use when mandating an ESA participant - See Chapter 3a of the DWP provider guidance for examples. However, some providers ignore the guidance notes and think they can make up the rules as they go along. As for the advi
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