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  1. Hi, I rented a car from Enterprise Rent-a-car. When I returned it there was a small scratch, just a little bigger than their wear and tear vs damage assessment template allows for: https://ibin.co/3WJPCUlUuaeK.jpg They want to charge me the full 850 euros excess for this. It looks like the sort of thing that could be fixed for around 50 to 100 euros, with a localized touch up. Clearly I am being ripped off. It is entirely possible the scratch was already there. It was a long day and I did not have any lunch by the time I got off the ferry and waited for the French to finish
  2. As many as 850,000 Vauxhall Corsas could have a wiring fault that can cause them to catch fire, a newspaper investigation claims. The fault is similar to the one that forced the motor giant to recall hundreds of thousands of Zafiras. Experts told The Sun newspaper that Corsa D and E models built since 2005 are potentially dangerous and can catch fire, with dozens of cases of owners reporting flames coming through the cars’ dashboards. Vauxhall has denied any knowledge of Corsa fires caused by the heating system. https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/2344371/million-vauxhall-cors
  3. Vodaphone sent me the wrong phone in January 2016 as an upgrade, they sent out the wrong phone so I sent it back. Unfortunately the phone got stolen in transit and this was proved with the weight recorded on the receipt that I sent to vodaphone. Everything was supposedly ok , until I noticed my bill were almost double than normal every month after this, I phoned vodaphone on May 2016 to find out why. The reason was that this upgrade they had sent had actually opened up a new account on the same name and address ect and were billing me double.
  4. Lloyds Banking Group is cutting around 850 jobs as part of the bank’s ongoing strategic review. Cuts are being made across the business including Lloyds’ commercial banking, retail, group operations, and group executive functions divisions. Other affected divisions include finance, insurance and wealth, asset finance and international. The bank says around 275 roles are also being created, mainly in Belfast and Scotland. The job cuts come on top of around 370 roles that are transferring to Sainsbury’s after the supermarket giant decided to buy Lloyds out of its stake in Sainsbury’s Bank y
  5. Allders,an independent department store in Croydon, was established by Joshua Allder in 1862. It is the third-largest department store in the United Kingdom. The Croydon store was the flagship of a large chain of department stores in the UK. The chain went into administration during 2005 and was subsequently broken up and sold, the Croydon store being purchased by Harold Tillman, owner of the Jaeger clothing company. http://www.standard.co.uk/business/business-news/allders-of-croydon-goes-into-administration-7854444.html
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