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  1. Thanks for that Slick as it was the case I was referring to. I know it is nothing to do what the OP posed but I was referring to what gyzmo had posted to the OP in that he should go to court to get his agreements unenforcable. But is that not basically what Rankine had done and ended up a bit of a tool? Just thought it a bit of reckless advise.
  2. HELLLPPPP!?!? Money mysteriously appeared in my account? Why would this be a concern? It's like complaining Kylie asked me out on a date!
  3. They may do it more often at Christmas but that doesn't mean they do not do it at other times. It is only 33% off in reality and 50% offers are weekly. I bought 3 Dove products back in August where 1 was free from Boots-hardly Xmas time! And I'm afraid you are wrong-one would not be able to buy two Dove 3 for 2 on offer and combine it with, say, just one Nicorette 3 for 2. You would be charged full price on the two Dove products and full price on the one Nicorette product as you are not entering into the promotion of those products as you are not buying 3 of each.
  4. Yes, but you will always get the cheapest item free. So if the thoothbrushes are free then you would get 3 for nothing on the purchases you describe. But one would need to check the prices of all three different products of that brand to determine the best combination at the checkout.
  5. Because in Sainsburys, for example, there could be a 3 for 2 offer on Colgate products, ie toothpaste, mouth wash, toothbrushes, floss etc etc. Also, there could be a 3 for 2 offer with Fosters lager. You don't buy 2 slabs of Fosters and 1 pack of Colgate toothpaste and get the toothpaste free!! The offers are 3 for 2 specific to those products. The above example does not qualify as one would only have purchased 2 of one promotion and 1 of the other!! :D
  6. Hello Firstly, you were off sick for sometime, one assumes you were therefore in contact with your employers? And your GP communicated with your work? Did you attend your employer's OH, if they have one? Who is this 'malicious' individual you suspect? It already appears a breach of trust with regard to your employment. I'll reserve a comment on data protection until you answer the above.
  7. Don't know where you got this from and 3 for 2 offers run all year round, not just Christmas, and the two stores you happen to mention I use often. I'm afraid you are incorrect with your advice here. The 3 for 2 offers are specific to those particular products and cannot be interchanged with other 3 for 2 offers and the barcode will relate this.
  8. It's that case that happened fairly recently where some chap was trying to get out of his debts and took his creditors to court to make the debts unenforcable due to lack of agreements, but only one of his creditors was trying to enforce anyway. Thus he had a hefty legal bill. Sounds a bit like what happened and what you are advising the OP to do here!
  9. Why are you pursuing ebay then? They are a hosting company for online sales, the contract and payment, is between you and your seller/buyer.
  10. Who is your supplier? E.On are allowing me to pay £120 a month which is to include my usage now and the paying of arrears of £320. Normally it would be about £60 a month. So they are allowing me 6 months to clear and be up to date.
  11. No, I didn't pay last months council tax, doesn't make me a criminal! If I continue not to pay it then I will be summonsed to a Magistrates court whereby my council will be granted a Liability Order, still doesn't make me a criminal. Yet it is a Magistrate dealing with a civil matter. However, should I continue not to pay then yes, I could end up in jail. But there would be a distinction between non payment and refusing to pay.
  12. Hi Personally, I would submit a County Court claim for monies owed as unlawful deductions as soon as the 7 days expire. I don't like ET's and companies are wary of receiving a CCJ as it has a negative impact upon their credit status, especially in these tough times, and it can buck their ideas up to resolve the issue more speedily. Are you entitled to a fee remission at a CC?
  13. Oh yes they do! Non payment of council tax for one.
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