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  1. Today I was caught accidentally stealing from primark. I tried on a coat which not uncommon for primark didn’t have the price tag attached, didn’t realise at the time that where I tried it on didn’t have a mirror and so I walked to the changing room where I tried on a couple of other things which I didn’t end up wanting. Coat not concealed, over my own bag or arm as not to drop it went to pay for other things. Replied to a message on my phone and forgot I had it over my arm, genuinely just exhausted from work and the gym and had a scatter brain moment, I was approached o
  2. Hi everyone, this is my first ever post here so please please be gentle So this is on behalf of my mother and the timeline is as follows: In March this year 2016 mother received a letter from EDF addressed to HOMEOWNER/OCCUPIER apologising for the gas supply being incorrectly transferred to them, and that they were working to transfer this back asap. Mother contacted EDF who assured her that this is an error and that it happens regularly. At this point my mother rang SSE (our current supplier) to ask what was going on. They assured us that there was nothing to worry about
  3. Hi all, I've just got off the phone with Endsleigh, who have confirmed that my car insurance was accidentally cancelled due to an error on their end. It was cancelled from last Friday (18/03), therefore I have not had valid insurance for the past week. I was not given any explanation, only apologies from Endsleigh. However, I feel cheated by by insurer as I could have potentially lost my license had I driven unaware of the insurance cancellation and been stopped by the Police. They did not give me any notice of cancellation (although their policy booklet states they must give 7
  4. http://newsthump.com/2015/04/21/wonga-declares-37-3m-loss-after-accidentally-borrowing-a-fiver-from-itself/ "Wonga’s CEO, Norman Bugger-Crumpets, said “The irony isn’t lost on us.” “I’ve begged our collections team to let us off the hook, but we’ve programmed them to be single-minded heartless w*nk-pheasants of the highest order.” “They’ve told us we either have to pay up, or some thoroughly terrifying men will come to take anything that isn’t nailed down, and maybe have a go on my wife.” "
  5. As of this month, I will have paid off an outstanding balance to Capital One; through the DCA "Cougar". The total amount was only £280 or so. However, something struck me when I looked at my credit rating: I remember paying them (on multiple occasions, at least 2 or 3 times) around £75 via my Online Banking. This would never have been credited to my account, and I suspect this was after the debt was passed to a DCA. I am in the course of submitting a SAR for my own records, and to assess if there were any incorrect charges or ill-doing during my dealings with them. I'm hopin
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