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  1. Thanks Andy, and especially you Steampowered. I appreciate all your help. They will also be refunding my court fee. Hopefully I'll never darken you doorstep again, but I must say this forum is top class. Thanks again J
  2. Well it seems as though my 'arrogance' has paid off. Received an email this morning offering me full price of a brand new iphone and relinquishment of contract. I'm not entirely fussed about the insurance costs - my main concern was getting a phone that works properly, as well as escaping my contract. I knew the mobile phone operator was wrong doing what they did and am happy to say they have finally seen me right! Thanks so much for your help. J
  3. Sorry to hear about that! The thing is, Orange/EE seem to be a law unto themselves as far as iPhones are concerned and I feel they seem to laugh in the face of what are consumer rights. I really hope I'm successful, but you never know! Hopefully the judge isn't a fan of the company!! I'll obviously keep this post updated. Cheers J
  4. Hi steampowered. Thanks for getting back. The terms and conditions found on their website for the insurance state: 'Whether your mobile device has been lost stolen or damaged or it decides to stop working, you have the reassurance that we'll get a replacement device out to you within 24 hours, It also goes on to state the phone is covered for: 'Loss, theft, damage plus warranty cover against electrical or mechanical breakdown for 36 months, PROVIDED BY EE' The last sentence seems to be the issue, whereby EE are stating I should honour the manufacturer's warranty and that
  5. I can prove I paid for the phone, that's no problem. One problem is their defence doc is around 40 pages long!!
  6. Thanks dx. The only problem is I'm not satisfied by the way in which this should have been removed in 2007 and still remains to this day and the way in which Halifax have dealt with this issue.
  7. Apologies dx. It's listed as being August 2007, the same time my IVA started. Thanks
  8. Hi dx. The latest default date is 31/3/2013 - is this what you mean? The IVA was started in 2007. The same default amount has been displayed each month since then. Many thanks Joe
  9. Hi there In 2007, due to unforeseen circumstances, I entered into an IVA. One of the creditors within the IVA was Halifax. The IVA was successfully completed early in 2010. Since undertaking the IVA in 2007, I have periodically contacted Halifax and their debt collection subsidiary Blair, Oliver & Scott, to request that default payments appearing on my credit report are zeroed out. Halifax should be well aware that an IVA was in effect from 2007, as well as completed in 2010, owing to the following reasons: 1) Halifax attended the initial IVA meeting in 2007 and were
  10. Hi, I'm wondering if anyone could possibly help me quite urgently. My Grandfather who is 89 visted his local Comet branch a few months ago and purchased a cooker, microwave and gas hob. He lives in council accomodation and the local council are fitting this for him free of charge this coming Saturday. Upon paying for the items, he arranged with the store manager that the items would be delivered a number of weeks later in order to coincide with the council's fitting date. This was agreed to. Yesterday morning a delivery man from Comet knocked at the door to deliver the microwave
  11. Hi, please excuse the length of this email. I am currently at my wit's end with regard to a certain company's lax security on a database and the way in which my personal details have been allowed to have been lifted without my consent. Back in early 2009, I signed up to a large sporting venue's mailing list under the condition that I would receive regular mailouts from that specific company. The terms and conditions on the company's website actually stated: "With Your express consent We, and if applicable, Our partners or other trusted third parties may use Your data for market
  12. Hi, please excuse the length of this email. I am currently at my wit's end with regard to a certain company's lax security on a database and the way in which my personal details have been allowed to have been lifted without my consent. Back in early 2009, I signed up to a large sporting venue's mailing list under the condition that I would receive regular mailouts from that specific company. The terms and conditions on the company's website actually stated: "With Your express consent We, and if applicable, Our partners or other trusted third parties may use Your data for market
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