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  1. A friend of mine recently had a problem with Enterprise Rent a Car attempting to deliver a hire car to one of his neighbours. Whilst undertaking the delivery they managed to crash one the hire cars into his fence causing damage, then assessed the damaged to the car, looked at the fence and chose to do a runner. Fortunately my friend has excellent cctv and captured the whole event. Laurel and Hardy springs to mind!!!. They made no attempt to find out who the fence belonged too nor left a note on the fence. My friend has subsequently been to the local office to try and resolve the is
  2. Hi I resppnded to a claims guys advert about finding out about PPI. I know now that I could have done this myself etc, and in hindsight I would have researched more. Any to cut a long story short, the following has happened: I filled in a questionaire about the providers i have used etc I have had a response from Halifax, but I did not send a signed letter of authority. Halfix have now paid me circa 6k and the claims guys want 30% of this. I had no idea they were going to charge this much and was never told in advance how much their charges were. I did however send a
  3. A close friend of mine has come to me with an issue he has with these nice people. He is a very busy guy, so approached them to run PPI checks, he understand they take a wapping 35%. he had 4 results, cap one £160+, Natwest £700+ 300+ from another NWest and some other for £70+, He is YET to be paid out for the 2 larger ones, the other two sent the cheques to the claims guys, They called him up and informed him they would offset the smaller ones against what he owes on the other two, yet to be paid out, bear that in mind. minimum fees for the two lar
  4. hi folks, looking for a bit of advice, i recently had calls from the claim guys with regards to ppi, asking loads of questions, and eventually sending me out forms, which i filled in, according to them i have about £1500 claimed back by them, with their fees being nearly £700, but i have had nothing from the banks confirming this, now all i am getting is demand emails and text messages from them, to pay now to avoid further action, and a negative effect against me on my credit rating, i have phoned them several times asking why they are demanding
  5. Hi there I wonder if I could receive some advice about the claims guys ? I have received 8 letters from rbs offering me around £5500 for mis sold ppi . I used the claims guys to act on my behalf . I called them after receiving so many letters asking me to fill them out and return them . I was asked to answer each question to support my claims after answering the same questions on four of the claims I got bored and said I do not have the time to continue and left it there, the person said to me that I would need to answer all of the questions for each claim befor
  6. My husband recently engaged The Claims Guys to do a free PPI check for him (much to my horror) and surprise, surprise, they are now demanding payment of over £2000 for the first compensation pay-out (30% plus VAT). I object strongly to paying these jokers anything at all, but despite interrogating my husband, I can't seem to work out how they got from free check to binding contract. I believe he only signed letters of authority for 2 companies (he can't remember which ones) but we have already been contacted by 3 companies so I really don't know what is going on.
  7. Dear Sir/Madam I hope that I have put this in the right place and apologize if I have not. I am new here so thank you in advance. Some time ago I saw an advert for the Claims Guys which said that they would find out if I had PPI and if I did they could claim it or I could do it myself. I thought that this was fair enough, that they could find out if I had PPI and I could do it. They sent me heaps of paperwork. I filled in three questionnaire about my bank details etc. Black horse contacted me direct on the phone and questioned me about my mis sold PPi which they
  8. Dear Sir/Madam, I am writing to you with regards to seeking some guidance and support. Initially to deal with my missold PPI, I got in touch with a company called Claims Guys. I was not sure how they operated. During the initial process, I found out through one of the bank advisers that I could phone Natwest through their free available phone number on 0800 015 0319 and they would deal with it quickly, which did. I was awarded two separate payments via cheques Claims Guys kept annoying by phoning, texting and writing to me stating that they should take the cred
  9. Hi all, I was hoping some of you could possibly help me please. I received a CCJ claim form from a very old debt (2004) that I am 99.99999% sure is SB. The purchaser of this debt has been writing on and off now for almost 6 years. I have never called or written to them in all that time. They purchased this debt coming up to maybe 6 years ago now and the account was well into default by that time, with no payments being made for well over a year. So by my reckoning there has been no payment or acknowledgement of the debt for almost 7 years. I have done the acknowledge clai
  10. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?387463-Fined(in-2008)-and-received-a-bailiff-notice(March-2013)
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