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  1. 1st crud are buying 100s of Debts about to or if not already Statute Barred, Notice of Assignments are all dated 31st July 2012 and their Legal threat O gram,s are all dated 22 days after assignment. 1st Crud can be very Litigious so beware!!
  2. Hi guys ok im going to buy a mobile phone on PAYG its a sony ericssons Mix Live android based phone they have it in argos and im going to buy it tommorow the only problem i have its on 3 on PAYG and im guessing its locked i still have a contract with vodafone and want to put my vodafone sim in the phone if its locked do you think if i rung three they would supply me with an unlock code for it so i can use it on a different network ?
  3. Say if I bought a ticket from BMI last year for travel later on this year. They have now been bought out by BA. Now when I bought the ticket I was told that I could make changes to it for £20 per change. Now we are being told that no changes are allowed. You either fly it or you can cancel it for a fee. But when I bought it I was told it flexible. Does BA have a right to make changes to contracts that were all ready done? BMI accepted my money and told me their ticket change guidelines. Now BA is saying we will not honor those. Shouldn't BA book me on one of their flights? Do I as a consumer have any say in this?
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