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  1. Hi there, I could really do with some help/advice here. I rented a ground floor furnished flat for 2 years and moved out towards the end of June. I had paid a £700 deposit which had been put in the Deposit Protection Scheme. The flat was left clean and tidy when I returned the keys. However, when I contacted the letting agents about my deposit they said there were "some problems" with the flat which were A stain on the sofa A ring mark on one of the dining chair Stain(s) on the living room carpet A scuffmark on the living room wall They said the landlord was getting q
  2. Thanks for that guys. Looks like I'll be complaining to Trading Standards. I've found the OFT guidelines here http://www.oft.gov.uk/shared_oft/business_leaflets/consumer_credit/oft664.pdf They seem to be in breach of lots, including the first guidline! 2.1 It is unfair to communicate, in whatever form, with consumers in an unclear, inaccurate or misleading manner. Incidentally, I am the council tax payer
  3. Hi, This is my first post here, just looking for some helpful advice/information.... I've recently received a letter from the company above stating that they have been "instructed by their client to attend the property to carry out a pre-litigation assessment prior to legal proceedings" The letter goes on to say that a field recovery agent has been instructed to attend with 7 days to carry out a full property and asset evaluation. It also states "this issue may relate to equipment that remains the property of our client which you may wish to return". Also the letter is a
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