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  1. Do you know how that applies to income drawn as dividends if the salary is below the student loan repayment threshold?
  2. Hi, I trade through my own limited company. My accountant has received a letter from HMRC, addressed to my company, stating that student loan deductions must start next month. My position is that any alleged debt is statute barred. Reading through other threads on this forum has confirmed this. What is my next step? The letter says that a penalty can be charged to my company if the deductions do not start next month. I would send the standard statute barred letter. However since this has gone through my company is there any other action that I need to take to avoid incurring penalties?
  3. Had an RTA on Sunday. I will be contending that fault lies with the other party. If I go through insurance and my insurance company finds that fault lies with me do I automatically loose my NCB? Or do I only loose my NCB if I proceed with the claim after that point? Thanks!
  4. Should the seller not have refunded the OP then made a claim with the courier themselves?
  5. Some good news, I got my money back Bad news is I still have the breach of eBay policy violation on my account and the neg feedback. I have exhausted eBay's appeals policy now too.
  6. Thanks Steampowered Do you have any thoughts on the info I provided in posts 19 and 20?
  7. Just had a typically useful email from a manager at eBay customer support: 'Crime reference numbers are not something we can accept.' Well then.
  8. Just discovered something interesting about this guy. He is trading on eBay under a company name - and has a few selling items active. The company name he is using - and the registration number displayed on his listings - relate to a company that is registered as dissolved according to companycheck.co.uk. Does the fact that he purchased the item from me using his business account and had the item delivered to his business address change things? I'm wondering if this means that he purchased the item as a business? And since that business is dissolved does that make the fraud more serious?
  9. Thanks guys! Can I add anything into that LBA regarding having his negative feedback removed?
  10. Yes I have copies of all correspondence and the buyer's full name and address. It's looking like small claims is going to be the best way forward I think. Hopefully someone will look in soon with some pointers for the LBA.
  11. Hi, I contacted Action Fraud again today. Since the buyer has now stated that he did not return the item (contradicting his statement to eBay that he had returned the item in person) they have taken a report and issue a crime reference number. They said someone will be in touch if they need any further info - I'm not sure what will happen next. I've also passed the crime reference number to eBay together with a copy of the buyer's most recent message. No response from them as yet. He's left feedback questioning the authenticity of the item and sales have completely dried up since. So really need to get this sorted ASAP.
  12. Thanks Citizen. Yes I have copied the message to eBay. I'd be very grateful for some pointers on putting together an LBA.
  13. The guy has just messaged me to state that he has sold the item on for a profit. Despite previously telling eBay that he had returned the item in an attempt to gain a refund.
  14. I've had eBay buyers attempt credit card chargebacks for payments they have made via Paypal. It is definitely possible. Their chargebacks were on the grounds that their Paypal account had been used without their permission - so a different issue to yours.
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