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  1. I was re-directed to this thread from another thread re resigning Magistrates over Court charges that appeared in this month's email newsletter and read with horror the ordeal you endured. This sort of thing really makes me worry about this country and blatant miscarriages of justice should result in complete and utter exoneration (including financial recompense). I hope you do push ahead with fully clearing your name from all databases. I am a serving Police Officer and feel completely ashamed of the 'service' you received. Good luck with your future.
  2. Got the screenshot! But I can only imagine they'll continue to say it was a 'mistake'. Telling them 'tough' is exactly what I wanted to say to her last night. It's not my fault -I just searched around, found a price, booked and paid according to their rules on their own website. I could understand if £45.00 was a mis-print for say £450.00 if I'd booked a Ritz suite, but we're talking two people, one night mid-week stay at an isolated Cumbrian hotel/B&B!
  3. Further to my original post; I've just fully read the Ts&Cs on their booking page -they're actually between me and Eviivo (the booking software) not directly the hotel but all queries are to be directed to the hotel in the first instant. Anyway here's what I've found: "All published rates include VAT where applicable at the current rate. On the rare occasion an error in pricing occurs and the accommodation business does not accept Your reservation, even after We have issued a Booking Confirmation, We will notify You as soon as We reasonably can and refund the amount paid in full witho
  4. Yesterday I booked and fully paid for a hotel room in Cumbria for one night for myself and my girlfriend which included breakfast. I have the confirmation documents/emails etc, it was booked direct on their own website (using the Eviivo hotel booking system they're using) and paid for by Visa Debit card. This is not a big chain hotel, more the large pub style hotel/B&B and cost £45.00 for the total stay -the words 'total stay' were underneath the price of each room. At 22:05 last night, whilst drifting to sleep in bed, I get a call from the hotel to say there has been a problem on the
  5. Firstly, hi to all -I'm new to the forum and hope to get some advice on a particular matter. I bought a used car last Friday (22nd August) from what appeared to be a reputable (RMIF member) dealer about 200 miles from where I live. It was MOT'd by the on-site mechanics and I drove the 200 mile trip directly home -it was around 9.30pm by the time I got back. The next day afternoon I went out to the car and there was a puddle of fluid underneath the engine area. I opened the bonnet and the radiator expansion chamber (the bit the water goes in) was below the 'min.' level and it was evident t
  6. I should also add that the car is only 3 years old with 37,000 miles and cost £4,495.
  7. Firstly, hi to all -I'm new to the forum and hope to get some advice on a particular matter. I bought a used car last Friday (22nd August) from what appeared to be a reputable (RMIF member) dealer about 200 miles from where I live. It was MOT'd by the on-site mechanics and I drove the 200 mile trip directly home -it was around 9.30pm by the time I got back. The next day afternoon I went out to the car and there was a puddle of fluid underneath the engine area. I opened the bonnet and the radiator expansion chamber (the bit the water goes in) was below the 'min.' level and it was evident t
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