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  1. It's around £15,000 as it stands. Will I need to send the a letter before action and a subject access request, before filing the claim? Do you know how long they have? I'm guessing due to the current climate things take longer?
  2. Hi Fkofilee, Thanks for the reply. I looked into mco, and it will cost over £600 to file the claim?
  3. Hi Cag member's, I apologise if i have posted in the wrong thread. Was Looking for some advice please, with a situation I have with Revolut ltd. I have been using the app for over a year, just for the purpose of travel, but in March 2020 I started using their trading platform. Everything was working without any issues. I was toping up my Revolut account fine, Trading fine, Then in August 2020 my wife & I made a transfer from her bank account to my Revolut account, (which we've done before) I then moved the transferred funds into my Revolut savings account. 2 days later Revolut temporally locked my account. Over the last 3 months I have requested an update & even contacted their complaint's department, only for them to reply back with a template message: 'Your concern has been raised to the relevant team. They're currently being reviewed by our relevant team and, if there's anything else we might need from your end, we'll make sure to reach out. Unfortunately, I can't provide you with an estimate of how long the investigation will take, but we'll do our best to sort everything out as soon as possible as we understand how important it is for you. In any case, I've already reached out to them, so they can prioritize your case. So don't worry, we'll contact you if we need further details and thank you for your patience' I then made a complaint through Resolver. Revolut replied and decided to close my account. What is the best way to get my funds in Revolut returned back to me? Look forward to hearing from you all Sheriff
  4. Hi All The area where I live had a power cut yesterday. 300 homes was affected. Uk Power Networks has offered each household £200 as a good will gesture, towards any out of pocket expenses or any excess that is applicable to your Insurance policy. My questions are: 1) Is UKPN liable for the damage to residence's appliances? Which as we know, most appliances cost more than £200(tv, stereo, washing machine ECT.) I have over £ 900.00 worth of appliances that are now not working due to the power cut. 2) Why should we have to claim against our house Insurance and risk our premiums going up? They are a service provider that provides a service to the public. Dosen't their Public Liability Insurance cover this? Thanks!
  5. Hi all ! I have been using this site and others for sometime now and have successfully appealed several pcn's. Have found the information,advise and support from Members outstanding.. So thank you to you all ! At present I am trying to seek Restitution for a pcn that went all the way to the bailiff stage. I ended up paying £747.52. Now through the research I've done. I believe that the pcn which was issued did not comply with the 2 date issue. Wrote a letter to the bailiff company asking for restitution and received a reply stating that The matters I referred to took place in 2005 prior to any ruling. Accordingly no refund is due. Not quite sure if this is correct or if I have gone the right way about this. Any advice or help would be appreciated. Thanks.
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