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  1. Hi, i am on jsa with 2 children who have just left school. .neither are going to college, so are looking for work as i am. I have been un-employed 18 months theres nothing here, and living in a small villiage i also have transport issues..but i still want work.. jsa i get is 120.00 per fortnight as they are taking 7.00 ish to pay a crissis loan.. 2 years ago i was on a diff benifit due to health issues but had to change to jsa when the health one was resolved, i got told the change of benifit would be straight away no break in money. .hum well short of it was they stopp
  2. I received a letter saying ther was doubt about my claim as I had not applied for ONE job printed off by my local JSP, I wasnt able to get the link to work and by the time I was able to get public internet access the deadline had passed. I had however applied for 14 jobs within the 12 days previous but the Adviser at JCP has advised me that this is a "refusal to work"... hello i applied for 14 other jobs. As a result I am being left with no benefits, no council tax payments, no money for my mortgage ( funnily it comes just as my 13 weeks of claiming benefits is about to pass entitling me to
  3. New rules come into force today,following campaigns to axe the proposed "Pastie Tax" http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19731923
  4. Not sure if this is the correct forum, or if this question is suitable for CAG at all really, I think it's consumer related, but apologies if I have got it wrong. I recently attended the Olympic Torch event in Lincoln, it was a free event but required tickets, the tickets stated 'no alcohol or picnicks'. However when we got there I was hauled aside when a 'bouncer' spotted my co-op bag and claimed he was giving me a 'random bag check' (it was obvious I was targeted due to the bag). He took a look inside and stated that no food was allowed on the field and that I had to move to the si
  5. A desperate borrower had her account emptied, leaving her unable to afford rent, bills and food, by a payday lender she had agreed a repayment plan with. The This is Money reader, who wants to remain anonymous, borrowed £900 from payday lender Quick Quid. But despite the lender agreeing a new repayment plan to help her out after she was left unable to work, it then took a large payment that cleared out her bank account and left her stranded. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2168712/QuickQuid-agreed-help-took-money.html#ixzz20B7mfYtg
  6. A desperate borrower had her account emptied, leaving her unable to afford rent, bills and food, by a payday lender she had agreed a repayment plan with. The This is Money reader, who wants to remain anonymous, borrowed £900 from payday lender Quick Quid. But despite the lender agreeing a new repayment plan to help her out after she was left unable to work, it then took a large payment that cleared out her bank account and left her stranded. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2168712/QuickQuid-agreed-help-took-money.html#ixzz20B7mfYtg
  7. A desperate borrower had her account emptied, leaving her unable to afford rent, bills and food, by a payday lender she had agreed a repayment plan with. The This is Money reader, who wants to remain anonymous, borrowed £900 from payday lender Quick Quid. But despite the lender agreeing a new repayment plan to help her out after she was left unable to work, it then took a large payment that cleared out her bank account and left her stranded. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/cardsloans/article-2168712/QuickQuid-agreed-help-took-money.html#ixzz20B7mfYtg
  8. Has anyone with a cat noticed how the smell of these pouches has got so bad that it almost makes one sick to just put it in the cats dish? It smells as bad going in as it does coming out the other end.
  9. I don't know if im posting this in right place, But I hope some one can offer me some advice. My children have dairy allergies, so I order a lot of there special dairy free food online. I have used a particular company a few times with no problems. This time I decided to try ordering some chilled foods, such as dairy free cheese, dairy free spread, soya and coconut yoghurts and etc. They were sent by courier and were delivered next day. when package arrived the box was soaking wet and dripping. The delivery driver had had to wrap a bag around parcel. I opened the box in front of the
  10. Hi Recently I bought some food from Asda and realized they sold me expired crisps, Yes one can say that I should have checked expiry date on the product before buying it, I generally do that for milk/meat etc but dont check it for every item I buy. Around 1 year back they sold me expired milk as well, I did go back and filed a complaint at Asda but nothing really happened, One of manager there even said that few days dont make much difference. Any ways, shall I file a complaint somewhere, is it worth it or just ignore them. Regds Shikha
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