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  1. Hi there, Ok.... Le's recap for a second.... I went on Sunday afternoon to look and maybe buy a car spending the time....up until closing time. I thought I have found the right car although they have told me the miles on this car were 20000 less then actually was..... They have tried to ask the finance Company to get me financed of course but nothing happened.... Called up on Monday morning as I went home and have had a second thought and changed my mind. There was no way the dealer could have lost anything in such a short time... Why would anyone would keep a £300???
  2. No I did not leave the car with them....they were after the £300 and in the next few days to bring my old car + the rest of the money....in amount of around £2200...
  3. Hi Chuffnut, I was really after the letter from them that all the sensitive data they have on me (photocopy of my driving license, address, etc) was destroyed. I would like to have it in writing in case of, at a later date there are different companies contacting me out of the blue...It can then be traced back through them lot (dealer and Financial company) and see what they have done with my details.... Also, on the page signed by me on the bottom it does say: A £300 deposit is non-refundable. This means that either paid cash or card is the same thing...customer will not see
  4. Hi DX, Well said. What should I do now as I have called them up and said that I will be writing a letter, recorded delivery and they will have to answer. They did say that they are covered as they have solicitors and they have been in the trade for 10 years.... Tough luck I've said. All I wanted is the deposit back and all my details shredded at once. The letter I would like to send is headed: Letter Demand of Erasure completely and shredding all of my personal data, including the return of the deposit .... This letter is a request under the GDPR with regards to the erasing all
  5. Hi Dx, Shall I write them a letter?? If so can I ask you for a sample?? it has been long I have not been around and have forgotten a lot of things.... Thank you, DD
  6. No it does not say that has been signed on the premises.........but on the bottom of the paper signed it says a £300 deposit is non-refundable .....I have drafted a letter to say that I would like all my details removed including the photos of my driving license taken in order to send it over to the Finance company.....
  7. Hi there again, I forgot to add the paper I was given to sign it on Sunday.... On top it does say: their name and address, phone number , and website....then Sold to: ....my name and my address.....my phone number...then under it says I/we the undersigned agree to purchase from the above named seller. Then under is the make of the car I would like to buy with plate number, colour type, model and date First Reg, in UK..... then under I declare that I am the buyer of the car described above at the price stated below. then Date, my signature and my name... Then under seller name and date
  8. Hi there everyone, I am concerned about the fact that last Sunday I have decided to look around for a better car as my old one could be retired very soon, although I have taken care of it very well....I went around to a few car dealers and have found a car that could have a few more years to carry my weight and my things around the town. After I have spoken to the Owner I believe, have taken a seat into his office and asked questions about the car. One question was - how many miles the car has and he replied 68.000....later on after I said that I wanted to have a look at it as it
  9. Hi there, I have not been here for a while but would much appreciate if anyone has an answer to my question? One of my colleague is renting a flat from a private landlord through landlord's own estate agency. The landlord requested a copy of his flat key... Question: Is it normal that landlord would ask a copy of the key?? My colleague would not be in favour of given any copy of any key as he is worried about it. My colleague asked his landlord before moving in the flat, that he does not want anyone to walk into the flat without anyone being at home.... He l
  10. Hi Bankfodder, Thank you very much for your reply. I have already taken the car back and left his car there... Amazingly did work as he knew me from previous years. Anyway I was just wondering if the £25.00 would have been part of the return....but not that I am bothered too much about it. Many hanks for the time taken. Ohh...... by the way I forgotten how to send a little xmas present in keeping this amazing site alive... dd
  11. Hi there people, I have bought on a part exchange a second hand car... All good to go...only that while driving home car stopped 2 times. I have stopped at the first petrol station and filled up a £25.00 as these guys would only leave you on red just enough to make it to the first station available. Anyway, to cut the story short I have called the guy ( trade ) saying that as the car has problems I will return it and would want my car back.... Finally done and dusted but when asked about the petrol money he said that he would not give me any money.... why??? The care supposed to be
  12. Hi Emmzi, Thank you so much for your reply. My friend is extremely disappointed as the Manager looked from the beginning to create problems. Although my friend has done everything and helped the Manager when started as he did so many mistakes, it looks that Manager could be helped by someone else in order to kick the staff out. There is another colleague in the same situation and although they have experience the Manager looks like he wants to bring his family or friends in. Is this method allowed??? It looks as a push or kick out of good people within the Company without the Top
  13. Hi there everyone, I have my friend that worked for the last 15 years within the same company. He transferred himself from one site to another as he moved home but under the same Optician company. Anyway 2 months ago there was a new Manager taking over and the problems started. 1. He asked the new Manager to leave 1 hour early from work 2 days ago as he had a problem at home to sort out but he did ask the Manager 5 days before. The Manager did leave a note to close the shop at 16.30 but he did request that he needed to be out of the shop before 16.00. To mention that the shop close
  14. Hi Footballplayer, Just to clear any misunderstandings, I didn't want to come aloud and breaking any rules as this forum is one of the best there is... Now turning the situation around where possible and balancing things around I thought it would be best to give a second chance as we were for so many years with them. We know that there is money involved here and not much else - so in order to get things settled we agreed to get what we lost. .. Free minutes and data which seems ok, although we could have moved very easy the network provider in days for good.
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