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  1. Oh ok, i just took it litterally of the government website as quoted. I would imaging what you have described is the best practice method from the OFT which has been drawn up based on the legislation. Either way its good news for ratlover!
  2. lol your right Emma! i have been unemployed for less than 3 months...i ment Contributions....blah weird day yesterday thanks for the good luck
  3. Appologies for the heated responce. I understand what you mean i just find it very very frustrating that i worked my arse off to get into a good position, never claimed a penny, never sought a thing, paid my taxes like the rest. The minute i struggle to juggle everything i get slapped with a court summons for a liability order and costs of £85 it costs the council £3 i pay £82 to them! I dont want to be unemployeed and god knows i'm trying to sort it! I am embarrased to be on benefits but i have no choice. I just hate the kick them when there down approach by the council.
  4. Lol interesting responce! If they werent there in the first place i would have more money! I am paying for my job seekers allowance by the amount of money I have paid into the system. Its called Income Based JSA where I draw on my previous contributions. I accept I am not contributing to the government at the moment but then you/they are not the one stuck in a house eatting tesco value / adsa price food to keep you going whilst spending all day searching for a job that is not out there. I have already accepted that in a month or so i will take a cleaners job...hardly an IT
  5. Hi! I am happy to confirm that as per the Distance Selling Regulations your only responsibility is to immediately notify them of the goods being damaged / incorrect and then to "restore" them to the supplier. "Restoring" is a messy word but it means you have to keep them in good condition and available to the supplier. You do not have to send them , if they want them back they have to get them back! They might ask you to send them to them, if you do keep a copy of this request and ensure the request confirms you will be refunded the cost. Hope that helps! Fin source:
  6. Hi Scott. You will be happy to hear that they tend to be very good with the refunding side of things, another friend recently got 12months worth back. Thats one of their better policies...shame about the brick wall i am facing! Expect to be on Hold for over 30/40 minutes but at least its a free number! to save you time: Contacting Billing: ur Billing department provides assistance with account and billing issues you may have with your World of Warcraft account.opening hours are: 10:30 am to 08:00 pm (Paris time), on Monday and Tuesday. 11:30 am to
  7. I seem to be on a bit of a mission at the moment. so far i have got a free broadband upgrade, my council tax court summons thrown out and now i am after Blizzard Entertainment the produces of World of Warcraft! I used to play this game several years ago and recently a friend purchased the game and I was aiming to join him to kill a few evenings (saving money as i cannt really afford to go out) I was suprised to find my account had been banned and I instantly contacted them to be informed the decision was justified and they would not provide any further information or discuss the matt
  8. Thank you for your responce. I have consulted the CAB. Fortunately the legislation about my prior place of residance does not have a time limit! I can change it whenever i want so that is all fine. I have however been talking to the council and as both residents are on a seperate tennancy agreement we are not liable for council tax rather our landlord. As a result i have been "moved out" and my landlord (parents) moved in on their systems! The court fees dropped and my outstanding council tax upto today is being sent out. Which is can easiy afford! Guess its lucky, but long story sho
  9. Long story short, unemployed on JSA, asked council for ctax benefit it got messed up. Today i recieved a summons and i have nothing. possessions and a limited amount of money (not enough for the full year) I do have a house mate though who isn't on the council tax bill. Can anyone see any problems with the following idea: I will move out the house. Inform the council who will recalculate the bill reducing it from £1100 to about £300 which i can pay. My house mate will then take over the bill and his right to pay by installments will be intact naturally. I will then move back in veyr
  10. please delete this thread. i have put it in the wrong place by mistake. sorry!
  11. Long story short, unemployed on JSA, asked council for ctax benefit it got messed up. Today i recieved a summons and i have nothing. possessions and a limited amount of money (not enough for the full year) I do have a house mate though who isn't on the council tax bill. Can anyone see any problems with the following idea: I will move out the house. Inform the council who will recalculate the bill reducing it from £1100 to about £300 which i can pay. My house mate will then take over the bill and his right to pay by installments will be intact naturally. I will then move back in veyr
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