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  1. I think the answer lies somewhere in the title! The new Complaint Handling Rules Under the FSA's new rules, Banking Code subscribers will: Seen it?
  2. ?????? Jessica Morden MP | Jessica Morden
  3. Fractional reserve Banking will ensure we do not operate a cashless society.
  4. I think that these are just new rules for any other complaint apart from bank charges. The waiver will still be in place
  5. http://www.experian.co.uk/downloads/compliance/infoSheetsJune07.pdf
  6. Sir John Gieve, deputy governor of the Bank of England is also a non executive director of the FSA!
  7. It's a shame that only you seem to find you funny.
  8. Don't take it to heart, they've never felt as important. It's nothing personal
  9. With all the highest politicians in the land along with the most powerful people in the banking world frequently attending the Bilderberg group, you can now see why we are in the position we are in.
  10. send this on post 1 with a £10 cheque http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/516-1-data-protection-act.html
  11. You're welcome. Yep it's heartbreaking sometimes, especially when they have been woith us from birth to 18 mnths before they go for adoption, but we love doing it.
  12. Jax, The answer is no. A CRB is only for criminal record a CCJ is a civil matter. We have been foster carers for 12 years ( new born babies) so we have to have a CRB every 12 months.
  13. “Pay promptly any fines, penalties or charges imposed or levied in respect of any use of the vehicle in contravention of any statue, statutory instrument, regulation, rule or order and, in the event of the company being required to process enquires in connection with or called on or ordered to pay such fine or charge, reimburse the same to the company on demand, together with any administration fees charged for processing enquiries or paying fines or charges at the company’s then current rates (details of which will be provided to hirer only on request);” This is basically saying that the customer is responsible for any charges or fines that they incur whilst having this vehicle. They are also responsible for any administration fees or costs that occur when the charges are processed Where exactly is the legislation saying that the RK is not liable?
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