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Lefty last won the day on August 9 2011

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  1. STILL WAITING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The CAG has kept it's side of the bargain, BAYV. Now you must keep to yours. Lefty
  2. As your boyfriend's fridge freezer has been re-financed, it's still the property of Buy As You View, and he is only hiring it. Therefore the Supply of Goods (Implied Terms) Act 1973 requires it to be fit for the purpose, of satisfactory quality, and durable during the time it is on hire. Besides, the average life span of a good quality f/freezer should be anything between 5 - 15 years (Mine is at LEAST 18 years old, and still going strong! I'm sure Linda will take a good look at the problem, and will do her best to assist. Please be kind enough to let us know how it pans out.
  3. Hi again - just noticed your edit above. If, as you say, you have home contents insurance of your own, why on EARTH are you paying for BrightHouse Damage Liability Insurance? It is completely POINTLESS! If you were to remove all OSC and DLC from your agreements, you would see a weekly saving of around 30-40% !!!! Cheers Lefty
  4. My bet is your store manager will do his best to please a valued customer. BrightHouse customer service has improved vastly over the last couple of years, and store managers DO have a LOT of descretion at their disposal. Negotiate yourself a fair compromise. I would also suggest that if you DO have other current agreements, you may like to re-think any OSC or DLC policies you have... Cheers Lefty
  5. ...or better still get it in writing! I wish you luck, but I know BrightHouse pretty well. Unless you are still a customer and have other agreements still active, the store will simply wash their hands of the whole thing. (Which is why I would suggest a little friendly negotiation with the manager and his offer of another telly for £250...) Oh - and if you DO succeed with a fair compromise, don't take the OSC and DLC.... ah, but you know that now, don't you! Cheers Lefty
  6. Yes. You have well and truly been misled. This problem comes up a lot on here. The thing you have to remember is that you DLC policy only insured your LIABILITY on any future payments on the Hire Purchase agreement. In the event of a successful claim, all further payments would be waived. There is - nor never was - any promise of a replacement product due to accidental damage. Bottom line is the telly did not belong to you. It belonged to BrightHouse. You were only hiring it. (It would only have become yours at the time of your final payment on the agreement.) Cheers L
  7. Like it... The one that springs to mind to me is: BrightHouse - Your 156 week pay, pay, pay, payment store! (or, see my avatar!) Lefty
  8. Hi, and welcome to CAG. Unfortunately, even if you had Optional Service Cover (OSC) AND Damage Liability Cover (DLC) agreements on your telly, it still was not covered for accidental damage. This is a common misconception. Your DLC policy only covered your LIABILITY on your Hire Purchase agreement - it would have NEVER provided a like for like replacement for accidental damage. All payments (Hire Purchase, OSC and DLC) should have stopped at the point the TV was returned on a DLC claim. If you have been making payments AFTER the TV was returned, then BrightHouse owe you some money
  9. Hi stone35 You haven't logged back on or read any replies to your (several) posts you made the other night. I hope everything is OK. Have you heard any more from BrightHouse? Cheers Lefty
  10. Oh no..! An important domestic appliance has just packed up... I wonder if Buy As You View can help..? I'll give my Customer Account Manager a call I think... He said to call him if I had any problems, or needed any help... Really nice guy actually... Let's see... Lefty
  11. If these rent-to-own Hire Purchase companies (and I don't just mean Buy As You View) want to come out from the shadows, and play nice with other high street retailers, then they have GOT to start playing by the rules..! No more "under the radar" shady deals, no more "making up their own unfair terms and conditions", and no more exploiting people desperate for a "bit of tick" (and I'm not implying you fall into that bracket, OP)... These companies have operated unchallenged for too long now, and - as they are currently experiencing increased revenues due to a crippling recession - they
  12. I would like to remind Buy As You View that the CAG was promised a "formal response" upon completion of your investigation. Whether or not the OP (customer) is happy with the current situation does not alter this promise at this time. It is quite clear this investigation is now complete. This complaint was brought to the CAG by an unhappy consumer, and the CAG brought it to the attention of Buy As You View. Without the intervention of the CAG nobody would have been any the wiser! The time has come for Buy As You View to put their hands up, admit to their mistakes, and let the CAG
  13. I would address your letter to CEO Graham Clarke.. (I think you will find he'll be expecting it!) Lefty
  14. Here we go again - proof that nobody below senior director level at BAYV has the faintest idea how to provide satisfactory customer service... After ALL this time... This is a conclusion? Absolutely unbelievable! So... It was the POLICE who were at fault, eh? It was THEIR fault for LETTING THE REP INTO YOUR HOME? And, as the REP no longer works for the company (dismissed, presumably?) Buy As You View are NOT TO BLAME? All sorted? WRONG! Buy As You View are VERY MUCH to blame, and absolutely MUST take responsibility for the actions of their employee! First rule of managemen
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