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  1. I have always liked Toshiba's Here is a decent spec on Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/Toshiba-Satellite-C660-10D-Notebook-Processor/dp/B004K6MEN6/ref=sr_1_17?ie=UTF8&qid=1310385747&sr=8-17
  2. http://www.theanswerbank.co.uk/Animals-and-Nature/article/whats-the-best-way-to-get-rid-of-a-wasp-nest/ If you do try this can you put the video on youtube
  3. Hi guys Feel free to move this but i wasn't sure where to post this question. We have seen in multiple post your advice "never telephone a dca" can you please explain why? Thanks in advance
  4. Does the PC detect the USB drive and not show in "my computer" ? if so 1. Click Start, click Run, type compmgmt.msc, and then click OK 2. In the console tree, click Disk Management. The Disk Management window will appear 3. On this disk management window, you can see some drives including the portable drive. Right click on your portable drive and click change drive letter and paths 4. Now a assign a new drive letter which is not being used by any of your drives in My Computer 5. After assigning the new drive letter your portable drive will show up in my computer with other drives
  5. I would report the matter to the police, sounds like a [problem]. If you have witnesses that you never left the house ie, wife/husband and kiddies then surely this allegation is easy to defend
  6. Does he have a contract, if so is this a substantial modification to his contract? "If you feel that you have to resign (eg because of dangerous working conditions or your employer's behaviour), you may be able to claim constructive dismissal. If you are thinking about claiming constructive dismissal, you should raise the problem as a grievance before you resign. If you don't, an Employment Tribunal can refuse to hear your constructive dismissal claim or reduce the amount of compensation you receive. Be careful, though, because constructive dismissal is not always easy to prove."
  7. I get coled called all the time telling us that we have won one competition or another. pretty simple at the end of the day to verify if its a [problem] as we didn't enter into any competition in the first place
  8. I will leave the legals up to the rest of the guys but my advice in future would be to get the inspection before you purchase a vehicle
  9. This website shows the reciprocating countries where the CSA has authority http://www.csa.gov.uk/en/setup/remo-countries.asp#S5 Good luck
  10. Thank you for that ukaviator. My situation is that following an industrial accident in 1992 our house was re-possesed by the Britannia Building Society in 1995. I divorced my wife in 1996 and moved to Australia in 2004. Out of the blue in 2008 i received a letter from solicitors of Britannia, i can only assume my ex gave them my address here in Australia. I did a bit of research and emailed back the parragraph i posted as the building society are a member of this council. and i heard nothing since. In my case it is more than 12 years since i was contacted by anyone but i think it is around 8 years after the sale that they contacted my ex and she responded to the debt. From what i understand if either party on the mortgage replies the clock stops. I just dont want this over my head or my new wife on our return to the UK next year Thanks in advance
  11. “Lenders who are members of the Council of Mortgage Lenders voluntarily agreed from 11 February 2000 to begin all recovery action for a shortfall within six years of the sale of a repossessed property. If your property was taken into possession and sold more than six years ago, and you have not been contacted by your lender to recover any outstanding debt, you will not now be asked to pay the shortfall. In Scotland, lenders will begin recovery action within five years”
  12. Thank you Brig Unfortunately we don't the only bank that is in the UK that is present here is HSBC, would you reccomend openining a HSBC account here?
  13. please move this if its not in the correct forum We are moving back to the Uk after 8 years in Australia, can anyone advise as to the best method to build a credit history, i appreciate that time is always good but are there any tricks Thank you in advance
  14. Hi all We have only joined the site today but we have been looking over the site's seperate forums and post and i have to say what a wonderful site with wonderful people giving advice to people with problems and a lot of worry. So from us i would like to give a huge thank you for all of your humility to those in need Janice & Mark
  15. Dear All We are new to the forum and sorry if this has been posted before. We have been in Australia for 8 years and are returning next year. we left the UK will a small amount of debts, CC etc. What is likely to happen on our return, will these debts be gone will our credit history show nothing and what if the creditor has obtained a CCJ on those debts in the time we were away. Nobody has contacted us here in 8 years in relation to these debts. Thank you in advance M&J
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