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  1. JAMIE OLIVER is imposing his own levy on sweet drinks sold in his restaurants in protest at the government’s refusal to introduce a “sugar tax”. Oliver, the celebrity chef and restaurateur, will add a 10p charge to every drink with added sugar in an attempt to highlight the dangers of too much sugar, as well as sending a message to government to take urgent action on childhood obesity. He's thought up a way of making extra profit on the backs of kids. If he was really that concerned, he would stop selling sugary drinks altogether. Will you fall for this and pay extra ? I woul
  2. Well recently posted to seek support for an SD served by BW Legal for a large debt and followed all the advice on here and then today another debt letter arrived, this time from Hamptons for an old bank overdraft of circa £1300. The letter threatens CCJ or SD. Phoned Hamptons today to ask what the debt related to ( I know I shouldn't have phoned them, but was a bit annoyed). I challenged the need for them to ask me my DOB for data protection purposes.... Anyway, Is there anything I can do with this overdraft in terms of challenging the amount or do I bite the bullet? Any help w
  3. Dealing with a CapOne account for a friend: Debt was passed to Fred's mid 2012... Offered them £1.00 per month for 4 months. Pointed out illness and they returned the account back to Cap One. CapOne asked for proof of illness, so sent in various copies of letters from surgeons, plus a three page prescription list. Various letters back and forth asking for sick notes etc. Told them sick notes dont exist when on ESA. Debt passed back to Fred's under a new ref number lol. Thought Freddy's would have spotted the same name, address, Cap One account number? Anyway, just wait
  4. This is a long story so I won't bore anyone with the whole thing of N Power closing and reopening my electricity account then deciding that they/I had read the meter wrong for four years. I had a new electricity meter fitted in Jan 2009 and I am on a spreading warmth tariff paying quarterly. Before all the stupidity in Aug 2011 when scottish power tried to take us over and N power closed the account everything was fine but in February 2012 N Power decided with a new account number that my meter reading must be wrong and that I must be using enough electricity to l
  5. i know this is for general messages but i have read the introduction now on how to post a question and still cant find it any advise:|
  6. I overheard a conversation between two of my students today. They were talking about eastenders and Kat Slater. One said to the other that she puts it about a bit in fact they called her a "Tenpole Tudor". I was completely mystified by what they meant until about half an hour ago when their song came on the radio. I had to pull the car over as I thought I might laugh myself to death
  7. Hi guys and gals 1st post for me i`m not really an internet person (well just for poker) after waiting a while to hear about my ppi claim with yorkshire bank i came across this site (3 weeks ago) .I Have had a good browse and only wish i had found it 3 months ago or at least done some research ..as i suppose you can guess i have gone with one of the many firms that kept bugging and bugging me every other day by phone etcetc ..well the good thing is they got me thinking and sure as damn it i had ppi on a loan in 2005 (large loan at that)i repaid the loan by the means of a 2nd mortgage agai
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