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  1. Letter said 10 going across company, 2 from cad team. Only 2 have been scored. Essentially I would have stayed but now my position is untenable I feel, how could I go back after being mistreated like this. So yes, I want more compensation because its been an unfair process. We don't have a union.
  2. I want to go now, because of the way they've done it. I still don't think I should just accept it though if they haven't followed procedures. Are you telling me that people who have sued for unfair dismissal have all wanted to go back to their jobs? I want more compensation. I have a family and ill be given the very basic amount for redundancy on a time where job competition is massive!
  3. OK I need some further advice before I go to a solicitor. Had my consultation. In the letter before the meeting it said 2 cad engineers would need to be made redundant. There are 2 of us still on furlough. In the meeting I asked the question how many people were in the pool for these 2 positions that I was being scored against and I was specifically told and reassured the whole cad team were being scored and included in the process. Having spoken to most of them, none of them are even aware of redundancies being made let alone being in the process. The director said that would hap
  4. I can do that. I'm sure they will refute it. What should be the end goal here, reversing the decision knot likely and I don't want that) or something else? I just want it to be fair.
  5. Just opinion. I've never had a performance review and don't work directly with the TD.
  6. Hello and thanks for helping. I will try and keep this to the point. Been with my company for 4 years, nearly 5. 9 months ago handed in my notice for another job for substantial pay increase. Technical director offered the same pay if I stayed which was an £8000 a year raise. I accepted (regretfully now). Been on furlough since March. Slowly the whole team has been brought back one by one but myself and 1 other not bought back at all, claiming we would be at the end of furlough. Now received a notice of potential redundancy with a sco
  7. Yeah I saw the Olton TV name, looking at the public records it looks like that company is dissolved. They seem to all link to the same address. If you ring the Solihull number, Worcester number etc they all divert to the same number. Value of the TV, I guess not repaired £50-£100,repaired £200-£250.
  8. Hi all, Hope this is the right section. My 49" Sony Bravia TV stopped recognising all HDMI ports. I looked for a local repair company. F ound the following; http://www.tvrepairsworcester.co.uk/ They offered a no hassle free quote. They came and collected the TV. I asked for a receipt when he appeared to just be leaving. He asked for my email and inputted it onto his handheld device. He said I would get a confirmation email. As soon as I closed the door I felt I had made a mistake. I took a pic
  9. He has a small credit card debt, a current account etc, a car, possessions etc but no property. I've been through all his documents, found a life insurance plan he mentioned but cannot find a will. Is there anyone I can contact to find out? The money I'm sure would have been from a death Inn service payment for his wife, my step mum who died last year. Why he drew it out in cash I don't know, he's a bit old fashioned like that. One question I have, I'm still waiting to hear from the coroner for the cause of death.
  10. Brill I will ring the bereavement advice number and see what they say. Looking at his estate (no property) I don't need to apply to be an administrator or require probate according to the citizens advice guidelines.
  11. Hi all, looking for some advice as I can't find a straight answer. My dad recently past. I'am the only next of kin. I haven't began probate or truly understand what it is. What I do know is my dad has a safe in which he has cash of approxamatly £50,000. My question is, should i just be able to deposit this into my bank account? Do I need to declare it in the probate process and wait till they say I can? I'm worried about leaving that amount in an empty flat and want to get it safe in the bank. I obviously want to make sur
  12. No signed 2016. Does that mean I've done something wrong?
  13. So I sent this on 15/11 without the "XX's", I have received no reply. I was a bit preoccupied (family member died). Whats my next step? Letter before action? Dear Sir/Madam Following media reports, and an investigation into credit card charges by the Office of Fair Trading, which I have recently been made aware of, I now understand, that the regime of fees which you have been applying/applied to my account in relation to late fees, and over limit charges, are unlawful at Common Law, Statute and Consumer regulations, in that they did not/do not, represent a genuine pre-estimate of you
  14. This is the response I received. Is there anything I can go back with. Basically they are saying because I agreed to the contract I agreed the charges were reasonable. Dear Mr XXXXXX Reference: XXXXXXX Ref: XXXXX Thank you for discussing your complaint with us and giving us an opportunity to look into the issue for you. We are sorry that you remain dissatisfied with the outcome and trust the explanation below explains the reasons for our response. Your Complaint • You said you were dissatisfied with the amount of the direct debit rejection fee and said that
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