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  1. Hi, Travel agent Agoda owe me circa GBP500 and repeated attempts to have them remove their heads from their butts have failed. I've learned that they have a registered office in London, would anyone be able to provide me with the address of that office so that I may do a 'Money Claim Online' on them? Thanks
  2. Well there are two problems: I am a self-employed hotelier and listed on eBay (UK) was a hotel booking engine from a seller in India, eBay guarantee one their money back if they pay via PayPal so I bought it for GBP119.00. To cut a long story short it transpired to be a stolen/pirated copy of a resort booking engine from an American English speaking country, in India where the seller was located they speak Queens English, it wasn't new, it was already built for that resort and the seller didn't have an instruction manual for it, the seller didn't have anything for it and as
  3. hI, What I need is the current registered address for eBay (UK) Limited, I tried taking them thru MoneyClaimOnline a couple of years back but they never responded to the court papers served upon them, I'm presuming that I provided the wrong address, now I have two cases to serve upon them so if someone can confirm their current registered address. So far, from Google, I have four different addresses: eBay (UK) Ltd, Carmelite, 50 Victoria Embankment, Blackfriars, London EC4Y 0DX Whittaker House, 2 Whittaker Avenue, Richmond, Surrey TW9 1EH Ebay (UK
  4. The email address is most useful and noted with thanks. What I need is the current registered address for eBay (UK) Limited, I tried taking them thru MoneyClaimOnline a couple of years back but they never responded to the court papers served upon them, I'm presuming that I provided the wrong address, now I have two cases to serve upon them so if someone can confirm their current registered address. So far, from Google, I have four different addresses: eBay (UK) Ltd, Carmelite, 50 Victoria Embankment, Blackfriars, London EC4Y 0DX Whittaker House, 2 Wh
  5. Hi People, I've read the "Unfair Deposit Deductions" thread, in particular that if there is no initial inventory then the landlord has no grounds for deducting from deposit for condition of property, but I'm seeking, before responding to the agent/landlord, clarification if this makes such a deduction illegal and/or if the TDS will agree regarding no inititial inventory etc. Here is my scenario: My 6 months tenancy came to an end during April, whilst the landlord had appointed an agent to find tenant(s), and my deposit was paid to, and held by, the agent the landlord thereafter
  6. nottslad, Who pays standard tariff? I shop around and for recently signing up with Scottish Power I receive, just for signing up, £130 cashback, now you tell me a PPM that gives out £130? But, I'm selling this house and I want, as most potential purchasers would want, a standard meter. The rental property is now, no longer rental, my home address, this is what the whole fiasco is about, they demand that I pay £50 to remove a bad debtor's PPM and they refuse to ask nor allow that bad debtor to have the meter removed even though that bad debtor is no longer resident in the pr
  7. Pelham, Thanks but one point I believe I am correct in saying is that any terms & conditions of a tenancy agreement between a landlord and tenant have got diddly squat to do with any utility provider and such a provider, as much as they like to involve themselves, should mind their own business. My point is that those two parties entered in to a contract/agreement regarding a prepay meter, I have read E-On's T&C's and because that meter was installed due to a debt then they were never going to remove it whilst that customer remained the customer thus it was always, by E-On's
  8. Hi Handy, The supplier in question is E-On. I prefer not to involve myself regarding if my tenant remained in arrears with E-On or not because my stance is that it has nothing to do with me, i.e. at the time my tenant was vacating then E-On had a responsibilty, as per the customer's request, to remove that meter. OK I am the property landlord/owner but I could be a new tenant, one who has always paid bills on time and with an excellect credit reference, one who has never signed nor agreed to any contract with E-On, so why the hell should I be financially penalised £50 for anothe
  9. Hi People, I was around here last year regarding a different matter, my tenant has now vacated my property and I have moved in to renovate, tart it up, to sell. During her tenancy my tenant fell in to arrears with her electricity and the utility company installed a prepay electric meter, as my tenant's tenancy was coming to an end I instructed her to arrange for the meter to be removed upon the end of her tenancy. She got back to me that the utility company would not remove it upon her behest, clearly because they have a standard policy that once such a meter has been installed
  10. Hi People, I was around here last year regarding a different matter, my tenant has now vacated my property and I have moved in to renovate, tart it up, to sell. During her tenancy my tenant fell in to arrears with her electricity and the utility company installed a prepay electric meter, as my tenant's tenancy was coming to an end I instructed her to arrange for the meter to be removed upon the end of her tenancy. She got back to me that the utility company would not remove it upon her behest, clearly because they have a standard policy that once such a meter has been installed
  11. Snorkerz, Once I thought about the CT earlier, that is was for her children, then it occurred to me regarding them getting such benefits. But ..... in the days when I was young, yes I can still remember , and I was on the rock'n'roll I recall an attitude that if I was living with my parents then all I received was basic unemployment benefit (JSA), it was my parents responsible to support, provide for, me and if my parents couldn't afford to do so then they needed to apply for benefits which, in this scenario, puts us (my tenant) back to square one whereas DHSS have cut her benefits.
  12. Thanks Planner, So an S21 to evict at the end of the tenancy or, once 2 months in arrears, an S8 at any time and providing 2 months notice, yes?
  13. OK Planner, Well let's ignore the one month notice period, so I could serve an S21 to evict at the end of the tenancy or, once 2 months in arrears, serve an S8, providing 2 months notice, at any time, yes?
  14. Ni NewSAHD, Well I'm not up to speed on my tenant's precise circumstances, not that it is any business of mine anyway, but her elder child is now aged circa 21 whilst the youngest is 18. Last I heard her elder child was having difficulty finding work, had words in McDonalds, a shop, etc. whilst her younger child, I believe, is continuing in education beyond 18 y/o. It is a 3 bedroomed house and there are 3 people living in it and occupying all 3 bedrooms, mum and 2 kids. It could be, I have experiences of this myself, that they are only paying the rent equivalent to a one b
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