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  1. Hi can any one provide any information/advice regarding the following: We have hire purchase on a caravan with Evergreen Finance, and we are currently in legal dispute with our park owner Bourne leisure, we have requested written authorisation to remove our caravan from the park and have it transported to a new park, but they have refused and said we can only move if we pay the finance off in full? can they do this as it seems to be unfair to me and extremely prejudice regards our legal dispute with Bourne who evergreen are a subsidary. thanks in advance
  2. hi thanks for your reply, i was really just wanting some thoughts and feedback. regards
  3. Hi is anyone available for comment?
  4. Just a quick question, ive phoned evergreen today to get an arrears total, and a settlement figure and they refused and directed me to talk to their solicitor are they allowed to do this as my agreements are with them not the solicitor?
  5. Hi All, I come to cag again for a little advice to ensure what i am doing is the best way forward: Story so far: In 2013/2014 as a family and a company we purchased 3 holiday homes on a North Wales Haven site, this is the chronological events. April 2014 - First caravan purchased in cash - £18,000.00 May 2014 - Second caravan purchased (£7,825.00 dep - £23,412.96 finance - £31,237.96 purchase price) June 2014 - Third caravan purchased ( £13,350.00 dep - £16,650.00 finance - £30,000.00 purchase price) Plus decking £2500.00 June 2014 - First caravan changed following ev
  6. Thanks slick for the advice i will do this in the morning.
  7. Hi dx thanks for the reply, how would i do that?
  8. Yes the call was recorded and they gave me a complaint ref number
  9. Thanks citizen, i have made a complaint via telephone is that not the same?
  10. Hi guys im really not happy here is the story so far... On the 27th sept 2013 i placed a chargeback request with barclays for 4 transactions. As the products/services were not received and after discussing with the merchant my dispute i was given the run around. I was told by barclays they would have to investigate the matter as the amount was considerable (just shy of 7k) and it could take up to 45 days. I posted a statement and supporting evidence to barclays within the time limit they requested and allowed them the time they said they would need. 37 days later i receive
  11. July 21st 2013 I went into PC world to enquire about a ipad, at first I was going to pay for one outright, after speaking with the salesman and telling him I need the ipad for work purposes and that the thing will constantly be on the Internet monitoring our cctv systems etc, he told me I could have one on contract, pay nothing upfront and the clincher, the Internet was all you can eat. So I signed up to the three network, we also have two contract phones with three which are completely unlimited, after the first couple of weeks I tried to go into our cctv s
  12. I have spoken to him again yesturday, the guy is really upset, i asked him to clarify some points, and at best they are a bit grainy. He said that him and tbis customer had spoken for some time over other business offers he hadand alternative investments, and the customer had mentioned that they usually use shares as an investment which were not returning the desired amounts. The original deal was to purchase property abroad, and the customer wrote him a cheque which he was not allowed to bank. The agreement which was not written down but verbal the changed to a loan for investment
  13. I have known this guy for about 4 years, and had business dealings with him in the past, all went as he said, I don't think for one second he is the fraud type, not that they have badges on them or anything like that. I can see where you are coming from though by definition, but as he has explained to me, the loan was not for a specific property, or purpose, the loan body as far as I can gather is the amount plus five percent, he says at no time did he he mislead the customer into the agreement. I don't know the customers background or anything like that and I am sure if I was to speak to
  14. Hi all, I was speaking with someone I know recently, who was having issues, I gave him advice but just want to check what everyone else thinks. This is what he has told me so far.. He was mentioned to a customer that he was interested in buying a property via auction, this property was valued at a lot more than it was expected to reach at auction, and basically the customer offered to lend him the money for deposit etc if he went to the auction. He went to the auction and budded on the property, paid the deposit via a cheque, knowing the full amount wasn't in the account yet but reli
  15. I repeatedly asked the Liverpool branch for a settlement branch and gave them dates of the likely repayment in full. They ignored my requests Does this mesn you made no payments? I kept getting texts phone calls and emails telling me how out of order i was and i had to pay. I spoke with their management compliancy manager who confirmed that he could get a settlement figure out to me and we agreed that it would be paid within a 28 day period. Keep these they may be important later i made an interim payment to stop their actions escalating as they were leaving messages constantly
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