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  1. Hi, I am reaching out to you as I'm absolutely exhausted with the WCA saga and I would be grateful for any help, advice, guidance, support. I'll try and keep this short... Main medical conditions: - Postural Tachycardia Syndrome - its a rare conditions, but an accurate description of symptoms is listed here: potsuk dot org/symptoms (please note: to diagnose POTS the heart rate has to increase by 30bpm after 10 minutes of standing, upon test mine increased from 65 to 140, so its obviously a more aggressive form of POTS). - Ehlers-Danlos syndrome & Hypermobility (symptoms: ehl
  2. On Friday I was extremely concerned about a thread on one of the ‘Beat the Bailiffs’ facebook sites that eventually led to the debtor being removed from his car and with many police in attendance. Background: The debtor (Tony) did not seek advice on the site. Instead, his brother Paul sought advice from the Social Media Site on his behalf. It would seem that ‘Tony’ had not paid a penalty charge notice and accordingly, a warrant of control was issued and passed to Marston Group to enforce. The bailiff attended the property early last Friday and after a short period of time, cl
  3. Hi, This is actually about my mum. Last year we realised that my mum had alzeimhers and she has now moved into assisted living where she is doing really well. One of the things she did before we realised she was ill was keep buying things in catalogues and hoarding them. I contacted them all when she moved and we cleared off the debt. I look after my mum as my dad has died. Now she got a letter at her new housing from Sigma Red saying there was an outstanding balance from JD Williams (I didnt realise there was multiple debts to this firm as t
  4. Yet again, this awful documentary is in the headlines...this time because one of the 'stars' of the show has been spared jail after he scrawled abusive graffiti on a cancer victim's home...falsely brandishing him a paedophile. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2580985/Boxer-Repo-Man-spared-jail-abusive-graffiti.html
  5. Hello, I am hoping that someone will be able to offer some advice. The basic scenario is this: I own a two bedroom leasehold flat. In May I received a ‘Letter Before Action’ from the Freeholder. This document stated that the ground rent was in arrears, this was payable within 14 days and a ‘Letter before action’ fee of £120 was added to my account “as per the enclosed summary”. Now, prior to this letter, I had received no invoices for Ground Rent from this company that complies with legislation. I immediately contacted the Freeholder. The Freeholder in question ha
  6. Wonga, the short-term money lender, has been censured by the Office of Fair Trading for “aggressive and misleading” debt collection practices. The controversial web-based lender, which offers so called payday loans charged at interest rates of more than 4,000pc, has been criticised for accusing defaulting customers of committing fraud and threatening that they would be reported to the police. The OFT said Wonga had acted “without appropriate justification” in making the threats in calls, letters and emails to customers. It has been told it could face fines of up to £50,000 if it repeats
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