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  1. Sorry, but I don't understand why you want to know my reasons for sending a SAR when my original question was about who in a clubs committee is entitled to see my data.
  2. I sent a Subject Access Request to the club's data controller and he brought my request up at a committee meeting where it was discussed by the committee members that were present, because of this SAR one member of the committee decided to block me from accessing some of my data till they had replied to my request.
  3. Hi BankFodder thanks for reply, on the list of committee members 7 are listed as office bearers the rest are just committee members, in the club constitution it says committee members are agents of the club.
  4. Hi all, looking for some advice, I am a member of a sports club that has 20 committee members, can I ask if everyone of those committee members is entitled to see my personal data? Thanks
  5. Thanks dx100uk. No I did not sign any wavier. Would I be within my rights to ask them to remove my name? Also what action could I take if they refuse to remove it? I know some folks might think this is trivial but I feel they are trying to intimidate/ridicule me because I questioned their procedures to change the rules of the club. Thanks.
  6. Hi folks, looking for some advice. I recently put a complaint into my local sports club, of which I am a member. The club discussed my complaint at their monthly Committee meeting and sent a reply to me. On looking at the minutes of the meeting which are posted on the club's noticeboard (this noticeboard is in full view to the general public) they have published my name, in full, as being the person who made a complaint. Can I ask if this is a breach of the GDPR rules? Thanks
  7. Hi dx100uk thanks for the reply, sorry but can I ask who or what ABDA is? So I can look up what they say, thanks.
  8. Hi I was just wondering if someone can help with the problem I am having with Alpharooms. Background- On 24th August 2017 I booked, and paid, a 4 night break to Benidorm for February 2018 for my wife and myself. Next day our daughter (14) asked if she could also come. I called Alpharooms and they said that it would not be a problem to add our daughter but there would be a £30 modification fee. I said that was ok and booked and paid for daughter this payment was made on the 28th August. To date I have not recieved any conformation of this change and everytime I email and ask for
  9. Hi dx100uk, I paid through PayPal with my Visa Credit Card. Cheers.
  10. Hi BankFodder Thanks for your reply. It is good to know that I can now reject Dishwasher. They, co-op electrical, are meant to be calling me tomorrow so will see what happens. Unfortunately I did not record phone calls and was too busy drying up water on floor to take any photos of flooding. Cheers.
  11. Hi folks Long story but hopefully I will keep it as short as possible. On 24th November 2016 I purchased a Whiteknight Dishwasher from co-op electrical, it was delivered on the 26th November, all was going well till the 4th January 2017 when it stopped draining and warning light was flashing and bleeping, I looked at manual and fault code was "Overflow - Some elements of dishwasher leaks" I called co-op electrical who said I should talk to whiteknight to arrange a service engineer to call. I called whiteknight who said that their own engineers don't cover my po
  12. Hi there, I am in a similar situation as the original poster but I am only 3 months into a 12 month contract for line rental and 18 month contract for broadband. Would I be able to cancel my contract for both without having to pay any penalties and also would I be made to pay for the equipment (BT homehub 5) I have recieved?
  13. Hi fkofilee, thanks for the reply. It is not a great deal of money (£60) but nearly every month there is something wrong with my wages, either overtime not added or wrong rate payed (this can sometimes be as much as £200) and when I call it is always the same answer, that it will be sorted out in the next pay run. I would just like to know my legal right to get payed my correct wages in a timely fashion. As I am already paid monthly in arrears it can take 9 - 10 weeks for me to get my overtime. Thanks.
  14. Hi there, I work term-time and sometimes during the school break I am called in to open up for workmen etc. During the summer break I was called in for a total of 54hrs, I filled in my timesheet but when I received my wages I had been payed at the wrong rate. I phoned up my wages department and they accepted that I had been payed the wrong rate and said it would be corrected in the next pay run, which is not until the 14th October. What I would like to know is can I ask them to pay me the shortfall straight away or am I legally obliged to wait till October for wages that were
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