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  1. Hi all. Please could anybody give advice. I am having financial problems and decided to cancel my BT phone, internet and tv and switch to Talk Talk to save £25 a month. My BT account contract is up start of October so I set up my new account to start in September. BT want paying for the part month which is fair but also want to charge me £65 for Broadband equipment and £24 for TV equipment which seems unfair. Is this right? I'm doing my best to reduce my spending and that feels like a kick in the teeth. Thanks in advance
  2. This is a summary & later details are from other things I have read here. All correspondence with Lidl has been by email, excluding the first which was via their website, but I kept a copy. My house was badly flooded when we were on holiday, a major burst that probably ran for over three weeks. Relatives helping me used my car to take things to the dump, then drove into a Lidl I had suggested nearby to buy baking powder for cleaning & tea. (They also bought cakes, as the receipt was in the bag, but I don't know where it is now). The car is a coupe & is quite low (as
  3. I got a £90 "fine" (discounted to £45 if I cough up within 14 days) from Smart Parking. I gather that this is not like council parking fines or penalties but is in fact an invoice for the damages they have incurred ! Is this legally enforceable ? I'm reluctant to just ignore it and hope it will go away because I don't want the stress hanging over me. What do I need to do to make this go away ? Should I contact the Co-op who own the car park (it says coop car park on the ticket)? What is a POPLA ? Is there a template I can use ?
  4. 'Mike' was forced to hand over £8,000 redundancy cheque He took two jobs but lost both as poverty left him 'living on Mars bars' The victim of a loan shark has revealed how he was forced to repay £90,000 on a £250 car loan - and was even forced to hand over a redundancy payoff of £8,000. During the 17-year ordeal, 'Mike' had his home repossessed, suffered a heart attack and tried to commit suicide. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2168295/I-repaid-90-000-250-car-loan--borrower-lost-home-attempted-suicide-debts-racked-up.html#ixzz1ze2PHN7A
  5. Motorists will be fined only if they are caught by a police officer – cameras will not be used to enforce the new regime. In other moves, fines for offences such as speeding, using a mobile phone behind the wheel and not wearing a seat belt will increase by 50 per cent from £60 to £90. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2159522/Drivers-face-90-spot-fine-points-wrong-lane-tailgating.html
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