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  1. Thank you. That's what my solicitor says but I have to say I do find it all rather stressful. I'm just waiting for the next unpleasant letter to arrive!! Do they have a reputation for all this?
  2. Hi Slick32 It's been a little while since my last posting and things have moved on a it since. Following our last exchange I actually engage a solicitor who advised me regarding rescinding the "contract". At the same time I blocked all Direct Debit payments and got my credit card company to recover my deposit money. This they have done as VISA agreed that CN had failed to provide the service they supposedly sold me. I am now, of course, starting to receive threatening letters with noises about 8% daily interest and county court action if I don't pay the deposit. My solicitor assures me
  3. Hi slick132 I have just been in contact with Post Office Ltd head office enquiring about any connection they might have with onsite TV advertising. They gave me a telephone number which I assumed was a department within the PO only to find myself talking to someone at Community Network. This was a bit of a shock and greatly concerns me that there may be an underlying contract between the PO and CNTV.
  4. Hi slic132 Thank you. That's an excellent idea. I will indeed do that so that it is then on permanent record. Just talking to Post Office Ltd to see if they have a contract with CNTV that the franchise manager would not know about.
  5. Hi slick132 I have spoken to my bank and as yet the DD has not yet been activated by CN so it is not possible to cancel it. Only once it has been set up can it be cancelled. We therefore have to monitor our bank account regularly to see when it is put in place. Only then can the bank act.
  6. Hello Slick132 Thank you. That is what I intend to do tomorrow after the noon deadline. Having sent off the letter I have to comply with what is written. I have spoken to my bank and credit card company already to make them aware of what is going on. I have to go through due legal process I'm told. To date we have paid £541.20 by credit card as a deposit and set up a direct debit for the second stage payment. My credit card company says they should be able to recover payment made provided CPA are in breach. I will speak to trading standards also. As I see it they have taken mone
  7. Hello slick132 I have just come back from speaking with the PM at Seaford Post Office and he says he has no contract with CNTV to have a TV screen. It dose seem they have sold us something they are not legally entitled to sell. Am I right or does the fact that in the terms and condition they can move us to another site affect that? Our agreement was on the basis of advertising at Seaford.
  8. Hi Jacquey. I have read your posts with interest and, I have to say when I first read them, a sinking feeling. I am mighty glad you have found some resolution in this matter. I'm hoping the FSB will be able to guide me through this mine field we seem to have entered unwittingly. We are, I suspect, just at the start of a long and protracted stress trip that I really don't need right now. Cheers.
  9. Hello slick132 Thank you for responding. We were cold called about advertising in our Seaford Post Office on a TV screen. As we were in the process of arranging our advertising for my exhibition in November it seems like it could be a good idea as we were told the footfall was around 2000 a month. The salesman came and saw us and we went through our requirements. Obviously the advertising was also for a longer period once the exhibition was finished but the initial push was to get as much publicity in the short time available. We supplied him with our exhibition invi
  10. Hi. I am just encountering this problem now having stupidly signed up with The Community Network. I can't believe I have allowed myself to be caught by this lot. We needed advertising for an exhibition and it seemed like a good idea at the time but within weeks I smelt a rat and am wondering how to get out of this mess we face. I am currently talking with the Federation of Small Businesses legal advice team. Has anyone been successful in extricating themselves from this company? We have signed up for advertising in our local main post office. They told us a new TV screen was
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