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About VikkiBP

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  1. It's 6 months full pay, six months half pay. I need to give a few months notice so I will be resigning whilst taking the accrued annual leave, (6 weeks) just before I visit the GP again. My husband says to take 6 months off sick but to me that's taking the wot sits and not my style. I just want out as painlessly as possible and finally close the chapter of the horrible tale. Whilst ever its hanging over me it's a festering wound. Hindsight is a wonderful thing and if I'd known before what I know now I'd just have taken SMP. Feels like I've wasted the last 10 years there, it's counted for noth
  2. Thank you so much for responding. I've already been to see the GP, the same GP that's been treating me throughout. Hopefully, I'll find something else at a different location beforehand. Many thanks again.
  3. Hi there Its been a while since I posted and I could do with some advice. My previous thread related to bullying/harrassment in and out of the work place by my husbands ex and her friend who both work in the same dept as me and him. They also involved my ex (who doesnt work there) whereby the 3 of them sent a 9 page email to all and sundry telling such lies that I had to call the police, who only dealt with him as he signed it. In my opinion the organisation let me down badly. There are too many events to mention here, but I was off work ill for 5 months and was in fear of my life a
  4. Yes I checked my credit file, I was associated with someone I shouldn't have been and got that removed a few months ago, my score was 972 so I can't understand it. If it's not the electoral role I'm scuppered as I want to apply for a mortgage next year.
  5. Hi thanks for responding, I've tried co-op in feb, Barclays and first direct. No I havent asked them. I've cancelled some accounts incl credit cards I didn't use as I thought that might make things a bit better. The only different thing I've done is get married and no longer have a mortgage as I sold my house last year
  6. Hi guys I am confused, trying to get another current account as currently with RBS and dont want to be a Santander customer (been with RBS since 1988). Since Feb this year I have tried 3 different banks and they all refused, even for a basic current account. I am well paid, had same employer for nearly 10 years, do not overdraw, have savings, 1 credit card with nothing on it, never been in arrears with anything. Theres nothing on my credit file that I can see. I moved house to live with my now husband last year and asked to be put on the electoral register 2 months ago. Can someone s
  7. Hospitals are legally obliged to keep physical medical records for 8 years, 25 years for children. However test results may still be held electronically.
  8. Lots of GPs are not taking on new patients, if you find this call the local health authority who will allocate you a surgery.
  9. In November 2011 I contacted Repairworld Rotherham (now known as Comart ITM)about a fault on my PC, they quoted for repair, I paid with my bank card and they duelly collected my PC for repair. The next 2 months I kept phoning trying to find out what was happening, only to be told last week that the parts they quoted for have been fitted but has not solved the problem and the machine does not work at all now. I was told that I will not get a refund as they have done what I requested. I stated that they quoted the repair on my discription of the problem. I was told th
  10. It's all down to money I'm afraid. PCTs are cash strapped these days and are now nit picking at everything to try and avoid paying for hospital treatments. You would not believe some of the excuses! Hospitals can no longer afford to subsidise the PCT by treating patients for free, (which they do every year as they often over perform their targets). PCTs can argue that if a GP did not refer a patient to a particular specialty, they shouldn't have to pay for it. It's the patient that suffers in the end, if you trust a consultant enough to refer to them, shouldn't you trust their judgement eno
  11. Unfortunately that's what I'm thinking, do you have an address for them, I can't seem to find one. Many thanks
  12. Pipex haven't been in contact, I got a letter from the bank saying PIPEX had tried to take the DD, not heard anything from Pipex, concerns me that the new owner may be using the landline and Pipex will try and make me pay for the calls even though the property is not mine.
  13. Hi everyone I moved out of my home this Feb, continued to pay bills etc via DD. Had the pipex broadband switched off in April, no problem. Sold my property a week ago, called pipex to cancel the account, got put through to 4 different people all who said they could not help me. I gave up, went on the website, clicked contact us and emailed them to explain. Not had any response other than they have tried to take money from my bank account. I did tell the operators I had cancelled the DD and that the landline had not been used since Feb this year which they confirmed. I don't owe any
  14. Thanks for the pep talk, husband is completing a SAR as we speak, I have a copy of his grievance submitted to use as a template.
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