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  1. Your post comes over very pedantic. I've admitted I've made an error I've never used the word outrage or outrageous. The space left for wheelchairs is blatantly relevant. If the distance left for a wheelchair to pass was under 1.2m width, the sign posts have therefore been but up incorrectly. No? Therefore I may have a case against the Council. If you can post an image of another street which has this lay out as a calming measure I'd look forward to seeing it. I've never seen chevron signs used at the entrance or exit of any side street.....except this one. I
  2. Hi I'm a little frustrated to say the least.. ..I've just made a drop off in a street in Newcastle upon Tyne (1.00am) - I noticed when I entered the side road that it was 2 way traffic but had calming area at the entrance/exit for one vehicle only to pass. It had 2 huge black and white "Sharp Deviation" or "Chevron" road signs on two black poles around 15 feet from the junction. I am pretty sure as this road is a normal road with no tight deviations that the wrong sign has been installed. I would assume when a chevron sign has been used it is informing motorists of dangers
  3. Wow - ok...I'll inform him and tell him to read a few threads on here. Much appreciated and I'll update when required.
  4. Thank you for your replies. He is concerned that if he stops the £5 per month payment (which he is happy to pay as its zero percent APR) that they may "come after him" for the full amount. Do I write to confirm that I understand they have not been able to supply the correct information in the required time frame and that I require confirmation from them that the debit is now void (?) I think he would be happier with something in writing from them to say something along those lines. Thank you again C
  5. Cant understand why that is - just busy trying to sort out - thanks https://imgur.com/zBir2xS
  6. Hi My father has just received 2 letters today (21st September). One from Cabot - Their letter is dated the 14th September 2017 and electronically post marked. We sent the letters on the 6th with proof of postage. The letter is attached but the first line states "We currently do not have this information on file". Please inform me what letter I should reply with for my father. The next is from Mint. There is no date attached but is electronically post marked. The only information given to my father are all his statements over the last 12 years. There is no letter attached -
  7. Letters sent - I'll post updates in the next few weeks hopefully. Thank you for links and advice.
  8. Many thanks for the quick reply - I'll look into this now. Thank you
  9. Hi It's been around a year but there's an update on my fathers account. He received a letter from Mint on the 18th August 2017 giving him "notice" of "assignment" of the debt to Cabot Financial Limited. This assignment was made on the 3rd July 2017 without informing my father. The letter states that Wescot will continue to mange the account on Mints behalf. Total debt owed £3033.23 (He has agreed to pay £5 per month - he is 70 and can only afford this). He has missed no payment dates. The letter states he should start paying Wescot Credit Services Li
  10. Thanks for reply....I've changed a bit but my father seems happy with most of it. Cheers
  11. How does this sound....cheers Dear Sir As you are fully aware, I have received a letter from “Wescot Credit Services Ltd” (a Debt Collection Agency) – with the letter dated 8th July 2016. The letter informs me that my account is now being “managed (?)” by this Debt Collection Agency. It also confirms that I will continue to pay my Mint (Royal Bank of Scotland) Visa bill the total sum of £5.00 (five pounds) on a monthly basis with the next payment due on the 28th July. It also states clearly that “if” an agreement has already been setup with Royal Bank of Scotland (which it has),
  12. Thanks for that - I must be cracking, up but how do I edit a previous post? Thanks
  13. Thanks for information - yeah, I made a slight error..he IS paying by standing order which is excellent and good you've confirmed it's the right path. Looking at the posts here I think a letter is going to go to Mint and explain that if they require a recent expenditure form - it can be supplied along with the fact no payments have been missed and the agreement of paying them £5.00 per month has not been broken. I'll maybe post on here first before I send, just to confirm I've got all the "i's" dotted and "t's" crossed. Thanks
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