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  1. I have since found out he took the money out in cash from atms
  2. Thank you for the advice dx100uk but I would not want to lie to the bank by telling them I did not know about the 2K being taken as I had been told this was gonna happen. I could not do something to get the person into trouble either as this would be bad.
  3. The transaction will have no difference to every transaction ever took place on the account before and after I went into the bank to confirm is mine, would be the same device used also. I am not willing to tell the bank I did not know about it as I do. I am just wondering if the police would help me with this?
  4. I let someone I know open a bank account in my name as they had issues with using their bank at the time. . I even went into the bank once to verify it was my account using my passport etc as there was a hold placed on the account once. . Years later I owed the person £2000 for some electrical goods of theirs I offered to sell for them when they were moving home but I lost them. . I questioned why should I have to pay for the goods when it was not my fault that I lost them and I was only trying to help them. I told them there was no way I could afford to pay it . They have now taken out a £2000 overdraft on the account in my name and transferred it out of the account to cover their £2000 I lost, telling me if I think I can question why I should have to pay them for goods I was responsible for which I can no longer produce then they can't trust me and don't want a bank in my name anymore and have just thrown the card away and discarded the account details. . They have told me the bank will put interest on daily and eventually close the account and try to collect, the address on the account is my old address and I don't have a fixed abode. . They have said I am now OK to not pay the £2000 as I wanted as it is no longer owed to them. . I will never be able to pay the £2000 or the interest it will clock up every day so it will just be a bad mark on my credit for years. . I expect if I go to the police and tell them then I will have to admit to letting someone else open a bank in my name which I know is fraud & I will just have to wait however many years for the debt to be statute barred as I will never be able to pay a penny of it. . Can anyone offer some advice on what I should do?. . Will I be putting myself into trouble by reporting this to my bank or the police?
  5. Why have I left what so long since the original injury, or negligence ? There seems to be some confusion. I am not asking about a personal injury claim. I am asking about industrial injuries disablement benefit. I broke the ankle in 2004 I am aware that 3 years has passed since then. I am asking if I can claim industrial injuries disablement benefit for the injury that I sustained whilst at work that happened in 2004 as am unable to work due to the medical negligence that occurred in the failing to treat this ankle I mentioned which caused me to walk on a broken ankle for 5 years and have to undergo several surgery's and am still on painkillers for life. Question 1) Can I still claim iidb for this accident, as it has been over 12 years (not the negligence that worsened the problem, just the initial brake, as I am aware that 3 years has passed since 2004) (will have the problem for rest of life) Question 2) if I was stopping in the isle of wight at a hotel for work, and I sustained the injury after work hours, but was only on the isle of wight to work, can I still claim iidb for the injury? The reason why I never claimed iidb before, is because I only found out about iidb a few days ago. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ May I ask if you answer C ) you were / are "a person under a disability"; which refers to persons lacking mental capacity to institute proceedings, where the 3 years runs from when that disability ends. Means that if I could get a letter from my doctor stating that I have not been capable of instituting proceedings in 12 years due to lacking mental capacity, then the 3 limit time period to make a medical negligence claim will start from when I regained mental capacity, which could be only a few months ago? Thank you very much for your answer.
  6. Thank you for your reply, but my question was not about personal injury, or ESA Question 1) Can I still claim iib for this as it has been over 12 years. (will have the problem for rest of life) Question 2) if I was stopping in the isle of wight at a hotel for work, and I sustained the injury after work hours, but was only on the isle of wight to work, can I still claim iib for the injury?
  7. I was stopping in the isle of wight at a hotel for work, and I sustained the injury after work hours, but was only on the isle of wight to work, can I still claim iib for the injury?
  8. I broke my ankle at work in 2004, Due to medical negligence was forced to walk on said ankle for 5 years whilst still broken, so then needed multiple operations to address this, which never accomplished anything and will be on painkillers for the rest of my life and am unable to work due to this. Question 1) Can I still claim for this as it has been over 12 years. Question 2) if I was stopping in the isle of wight at a hotel for work, and I sustained the injury after work hours, but was only on the isle of wight to work, can I still claim iib for the injury? Thank you
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