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  1. No doubt some scientists somewhere are working on that.
  2. Hi viperex Have a read of the following:- http://www.norfolk.gov.uk/view/NCC094699
  3. Well Done Nyman, please do update.
  4. The Sales of Goods Act 1979 applies. http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/sale-of-goods-act Did you contact The Furniture Ombudsman Service? http://www.thefurnitureombudsman.org/faqs#Can%20we%20actually%20deal%20with%20YOUR%20complaint?
  5. If people have paid by Credit Card contact your Card Provider.
  6. It's an alternative to meds, which are hit or miss. With this I believe it's a magnet that's a person uses to activate the implant, once activated, it takes 3 minutes to start working. You have to do that once a day. So it doesn't cure it. But you end up totally symptom free. No swelling of the joints, no pain etc.
  7. More then half showed an improvement, they trialed it out with 20 patients, more then 50% showed an improvement. It sounds like it works, but needs a bit more research.
  8. People with arthritis have been offered fresh hope after patients were effectively cured using a revolutionary electronic implant. Doctors used tiny pacemaker style devices embedded in the necks of patients with severe rheumatoid arthritis to "hack" into their nervous systems. The implant - whose effects were exclusively demonstrated to Sky News - fires bursts of electrical impulses into a key nerve that relays brain signals to the body's vital or
  9. That is disappointing, this is a very long shot, how did you pay for the tickets?
  10. Hi missy Contact the Card Provder ask to carry out a Chargeback, follow up by sending them the amended template. Time limts apply, 120 days (so don't hang around). Send it Recorded Delivery. http://www.adviceguide.org.uk/scotland/consumer_s/consumer_different_ways_of_buying_e/consumer_buying_goods_and_services_on_credit_or_by_debit_card_e/consumer_extra_protection_when_you_buy_on_credit_or_debit_card_e/extra_protection_when_you_buy_with_a_debit_card.htm http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/action/letter-to-make-a-chargeback-claim- The card provider will provide further in
  11. Hi missy The strap hasn't even lasted three months, it could be the material that the strap is made of, £150 for a watch, is quite a lot, so should last more then three months. Also I doubt they can say 'it's normal wear and tear' without physically examining the strap, looking at pics is very poor indeed. Carphone Warehouse are responsible for resolving this matter, not LG. The SOGA 1974 applies:- http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/sale-of-goods-act Send the following amended template to Carphone Warehouse, send it Recorded Delivery. http://www.whi
  12. Your position is that nothing is owed for that period (12/12 - 12/13) is that correct?, so the discount is meaningless, infact the Backbilling principles state that they shouldn't Backbill you for that period anyway, especially as they have admitted that no bills had been sent for that period. I would send a letter stating that, send it Recorded Delivery. http://www.consumerfocus.org.uk/files/2010/01/Back-billing-leaflet-2012.pdf
  13. Hi Eversir Give them a further 7 days, send the following, Recorded Delivery:- Dear XXXXXX DSAR Reference: XXXXX Account Number: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX I have not received the documents requested under the Data Protection Act, the documents were requested on XXXXXXX. The disclosure of personal data is incomplete in that all documents are missing. 1) You have failed to provide XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 2) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXX 3) XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX This is not an exhaustive list by any mea
  14. Citibank UK (Customer Service and Complaints) 0800 00 88 00
  15. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2881419/Man-appears-court-charged-murder-neighbour-stabbed-death-way-work.html
  16. Thread moved to correct forum.
  17. Hi pinball123 Welcome to CAG We have some EON Reps on this site who can look into the matter (Malcolm and Helena). Let us know how the matter is resolved. The Backbilling principles may apply. http://www.consumerfocus.org.uk/files/2010/01/Back-billing-leaflet-2012.pdf
  18. Write a Formal Letter of Complaint, mark it as such. Explain what's happened (purchased laptop), how they have let you down (they've carried out multiple repairs to rectify the problem, they failed to repair the laptop) and what you want them to do (replace the laptop). Send it to:- Mr Sebastian James Chief Executive Dixons Carphone Sebastian.James@dixons.co .uk
  19. Contact your Card Provider, ask to carry out a Chargeback. Follow up by amending the template, send it Recorded Delivery. They might play 'hardball', send any evidence you have, i.e. emails, reports etc. Explain that you should have had to pay for the repair in the first place, as you have Statutory Rights under the SOGA 1974. Hi there,http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/problem/how-do-i-use-chargeback http://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/action/letter-to-make-a-chargeback-claim-
  20. Hi Sharemaster Debit Card wouldn't assist under the circumstances. You've got two issues, to seek a replacement and a refund of the monies paid for the repair. How did you pay for the repair? Credit Card or Debit Card? When exactly did you make the payment? Once you've answered those questions, you can consider writing to the CEO.
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