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  1. Thanks guys. HR have already been emailed, but we can send them a letter pointing this out. I would send to Head Office too....if I knew where it was. This is the problem, HR fob us off and we don't know who in DWP to contact.
  2. Thanks for the replies. All the calculators I found online are for working out how much annual leave is owed. They don't work out how much to pay. This includes the one on the GOV site. I did find one calculator, which uses the same formula as DWP did, but I don't think it is correct as it pays less than the minimum wage and less that if she had taken the time as a holiday. Anywhere that has written how to work it out uses my workings. My main concern here is that HR don't care about the employee. The answer they gave was abrupt and has not given us anywher
  3. Hi all, My girlfriend has recently taken redundancy from DWP. She took it while she was on maternity leave so she couldn't use up her annual leave and she was due to be paid it. This payment has now come through and it is short of what we expected. She is due 12.2 days. Her salary is £20,232 they have paid her around £685, we were expecting closer to £950 She contacted HR who told her that it was worked out using the formula: Salary/12 months = 1686 (monthly wage) 1686/30 days in a month = 56.2 (daily wage) 56.2*12.2 days leave lef
  4. Further to this, I was surprised to see another letter from Gladdys today (attached). I was expecting a claim next, well I wasn't expecting anything but another threatogram was laughable. Considering they are trying to frighten me with POFA and that doesn't apply in Scotland, will I be safe to ignore this and any other letters (except a claim)? Gladds response redacted.pdf
  5. Will do, I'll get it in the post tonight. Thanks for your help and thanks to EB too. No doubt they'll reply with a scary letter.
  6. It wasn't Gladdys who said they have the right to recover. I will just send them "I was not the driver and there is no keeper liability". They want me to fill out an online form if I believe I have a valid reason for non payment, I'm guessing I don't fill in anything online (giving them my email address). I can request a paper version of this form by filling in a slip which consists of a checkbox and my signature, I'm also guessing that I don't I sign anything to them. Is my best course of action to just send them they letter as above without signing it???
  7. I have received a Letter Before Claim from Gladstones. This is in relation to a windscreen Parking Charge Notice from Euro Parking Services. 1 The date of infringement? 22/4/16 2 Have you yet appealed to the parking company yet? [Y/N?] NO, I HAVE TOTALLY IGNORED SO FAR. if you have then please post up whatever you sent and how you sent it and the date you sent it, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide has there been a response? please post it up as well, suitably redacted. [as a PDF- follow the upload guide] If you haven't appealed yet - ,.
  8. If religion wasn't involved would the outcome have been different, if they were just a cake shop that refused to bake a LGBT cake.
  9. It went back to Portsmouth docks. I have raised a complaint with PayPal, I'm just awaiting a reply to that. I'll do as you say and let them know I'll be lraving feedback on Google too.
  10. I bought a dash cam from wish.com and when it arrived I realised that it wasn't a 1080p camera as advertised it was only 720p. I returned the item, but wish will only refund the initial outlay and will not cover the cost of my return. I have pointed out to them that they should be covering this cost also seeing as the goods were misrepresented but they won't change their stance. I will probably write off the money seeing as it is only £2.79. They seem to be based in San Fransisco (though also have an address in Amsterdam), would they be covered under the Consumer Contracts Re
  11. My credit card is reported like this with numbers going into the thousands. a table with green circles and OKs and then a table below with what looks like the monthly balance.
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