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  1. just a bit of an update, seller has now used my original debit card payment details and taken £200 from my bank account without telling me, any idea what i can do.
  2. Apparently it spat out a load of iron filings and was leaking from a few seals badly and yes I did see the pump and it looked very bad, the people I used also recon diesel pumps and they said it could not be reconditioned, so I have asked them to put it in writing and they have said they will, so I can send this to the seller, but they said they had never heard of a seller asking for another surcharge after you had already paid one.
  3. no the only surcharge I was told about was the £50 when I ordered part on the telephone, he did say on his recent telephone call when asking for the £200 charge that he had put a sticker on the box, but there was no sticker just his invoice inside the box, which stated £195 for pump and £50 surcharge, invoice did not even state postage costs, I have since found his company has a website and the part is listed as recon exchange part but there is no mention of a £50 surcharge or £200 surcharge on that page or any page of his website.
  4. I dont have the pump anymore, the garage that fitted it said it was too damaged to save.
  5. Hi hope this is the right place to post, sorry if it is not. I phoned a car parts specialist for a diesel pump, he said he only had a recon one for £195 + postage and a £50 surcharge, which I understood to mean if I did not return my old pump I would lose the £50 surcharge, so I payed the £195 and £50 surcharge, he has now been in contact some weeks later after I had the pump to ask when I would be sending my old pump and if I dont send it to him within the week I have to pay a £200 surcharge. do I have to pay him this amount if I dont send him my old broken pump.
  6. hi just a quick question, I am doing a ppi claim on a credit card, on the CIsheetv101.xls spreadsheet for contractual interest it has a claim to date is that now or when they stopped charging me interest when I defaulted on the account.
  7. if banks are so worried about getting there loans and credit cards paid back to them, why dont they give you free ppi when you take out the loan and just put a little more on there interest, win win.
  8. If I sar barclaycard would I have to do a separate sar for my barclays current account. cheers in advance for any help.
  9. Back in 2009 before I found this site I knew nothing about claiming ppi refunds and I wrote to mbna to ask for my ppi money back, they wrote back and said they would as a gesture of goodwill pay back all my premiums as a credit on my account and said if they did not hear from me in the next eight weeks they would consider the matter fully resolved, I did not know at the time I could claim interest, do I still have a claim for compound interest or statuary interest or have I left it to late.
  10. cheers I will thanks for all your help.
  11. because it will take so long to pay the debt of £6000 off at £1 a month, I don't want to go to court and get a charging order on my house but I would like to be able to say to the court, they have no cca I will pay back what I can afford but leave my home alone.
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