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  1. Recently I came across some old account numbers and decided to check if any might have had PPI on them and if I might be able to claim anything on them prior to the deadline next year. As I have no details other than the banks referance numbers I filled in the PPI Checker on the Halifax site where one of the account numbers was from. I few days passed and I got a text this morning from Halifax saying "Felix, Thank you for your PPI Complaint, We'll communicate with you via SMS during the course of your complaint" Now all I have done is check to see if I had PPI, I haven't made an actual complaint yet. Is this text just what they send out when they are checking if you even had PPI or does it look like they have found PPI on my old account and have auto opened a complaint? Also I have heard that Banks may phone you up to ask you questions about your claim. I have Dyspraxia and would feel more comfortable being able to read questions carefully and think about my answers and put them in writing. Would I be within my rights to request any questions be put in writing?
  2. Hi, There used to be a software attached to a website of someone like B & Q which allowed you to load up a photo of a room or wall area and allow you to try different colours to see what it might look like before going out to buy tins of paint you end up not liking. Would anyone know of such a website? There seems to be plenty of those kitchen design types of software, but I have specific doors (external) and inside walls and woodwork I'd like to try seeing in different shades just to see what it might look like and I can't find any website which can do that - anyone know of any please? Ta, andrew1
  3. Do you need to check when you may be due to change from Disability Living Allowance (DLA) to the new Personal Independence Payment (PIP) if so use this online tool to find out. Please see the link on this see here >> https://www.gov.uk/pip-checker/y Follow this link >> https://www.gov.uk/browse/disabilities/benefits to find out if you could claim any other benefits or for further information or if you can receive any other financial help...
  4. Ofcom has created an online tool that lets people see what kind of mobile coverage they should be getting. The coverage map is based on data provided by mobile operators as well as Ofcom's own testing of signal strengths around the UK. The webpage has gathered data about the quality of voice calls as well as 3G and 4G data. The watchdog said it was seeking feedback to fine tune the map to make it more accurate. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-33906048 Mobile Coverage Checker http://www.ofcom.org.uk/mobile-coverage
  5. Hello, I use ubuntu on my computer, easy to use. But on my works laptop it has windows 8.1 - difficult to use. It has an american spell checker. It is annoying. Already it has highlighted the words ubunto and american. American spell checker insists on me wanting to capitalise word American. But it does not insist on me wanting to capitalise the words united or kingdom. This is biased! It also shows me that the word capitalise is wrong. The correct would be capitalize. All I want to do is to turn this spell checker off. I don't want to change settings to English, I just want it off. The red underlined text annoys me whenever I see it. How do I turn off??????? Thanks in advance!
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