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  1. This topic was closed on 03/07/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/07/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. Well it certainly has protected me from GETTING a repair and rather than extending the company has now curtailed the warranty...... I apologise in adavance for maybe placing this in the wrong area and lengthy post but do not wish to omit anything as need another opinion to see where I went wrong please. I have, or my partner and I have, a Hotpoint Washer Dryer that is covered by an extended warranty and has been for the last three years, the machine is now about 5 years old. Sept 08 a spring which holds the washing drum in place needs fixing, engineer comes round (15/09/08) doe
  4. Hi Mc Fad Don't know if it will help as it is some time ago since I worked there but.... I used to be a holiday rep for a large UK tour operator and the place you mentioned used to be considered a bit of a jewel in the crown so to speak for families (not for young people mind). Obviously things do change but the only complaints I remember were down to people being dropped off at a central point and left to find there own way to their rooms etc In fact it used to be one of those places people would re-book.
  5. Deller 1 Yes that is exactly what has happened. I will try to pay it into our Joint Halifax account in that case then. thanks for the quick response.
  6. My partner received her cheque today but to only be paid into the current account she has which is in agreed overdraft by £300 ish. Could Fatwest stop the overdraft facility once the chq was paid in?? Only asking as I was made redundant on Thursday without notice pay, redundancy, arrears of pay earned etc and no consultation period (despite 37 people also made redundant). Every bit of cash is gonna be needed by us till I get my statutory monies (will still lose about £1800 boo hoo) from the Redundancy Payments office and take my company to an Employment Trib so it would be good
  7. Happy to reciprocate the help as I have now claimed back on two of my accounts and my partners cheque for her account has just arrived. I even managed to help her without having to refer to this site as the previous "experiences" were so ingrained and I have since convinced two work colleagues to claim one of them is my boss!!! Unsurprisingly they have both won. The bad news is our employers have just gone into administration last Thursday so my partners cheque will help cushion us till the Government pay my statutory notice, redundancy etc which will mean I lose about £1200 now I w
  8. Natwest have 14 days to reply to my claim as of today
  9. Couldn't find my original thread despite looking back to beg April. I am at the point of claiming online couldn't do it last week due to work commitments. Submitted this a.m. Have previoulsy received letters saying that they weren't gonna charge me for my DPA as I had waited longer than 40 days (42 actually) and also as they hadn't received my original letter containing £10 cheque. hence the delay on my DPA request strange thing is they cashed it 2 days after the letter came through saying that they wouldn't cvharge me. Anyway Hi Ho Hi Ho its off to court we go!!!!
  10. Thanks for all the support now to wait for Natwest I think theirs will be a much tougher struggle as I am no longer a customer. No probs on both counts Jonni especially as I bought a half case of Veuve Clicquout Champagne (other brands are available) with the money to celebrate so fairs fair etc.
  11. can confirm have letter and money!! Now to take on Natwest!! Filing moneyclaim today
  12. Hey Jonni any further with your situation yet?? As per my post I think Halifax have paid me? There are two cash payments in my account but this comes 7 days after they acknowledged with an intent to defend...? Im confused to say the least, so was just wondering what they are doing with yours as you started a little earlier with the courts than me.
  13. it would appear that last night the money owed to me was there in my account in two cash payments one for the actual charges and then one for the court costs and 8% interest. However I have not been contacted by Halifax or the courts I have heard of Halifax taking it back out of peoples accounts so I do not know whether i need to contact the courts and tell them Halifax have settled or what could someone advise???
  14. I don't know if I'm nervous excited or scared will be paying more attention when the postman comes though
  15. MCOL claim deemed to be served 5th June, Halifax acknowledged 6th June with intent to defend in full by Mr A O Brian. What happens now?? I have receievd a copy of the claim sent to/from Halifax from MCOL but what next as there is as yet no call to action for me?
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