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  1. Hi guys, This isn't my usual post, so please excuse me if I miss out any information. Sometime around 3/4 years ago, my Grandmother had work done which was funded by a council grant to renew her Electrics, Central Heating, Windows, Bathroom, Kitchen, roof and facia boards. Soon after, the work was found to be unsatisfactory. The man at the council who issued the grant to the builders in question stopped responding to our calls and it was just accepted that we'd have to deal with these issues. Time has passed, and we've just not stopped finding faults. About 18 months ago, I wrote to the man from the council, who brushed off my complaint as "Not his problem". Previous to this, his comments were "If you think it's bad now, you obviously didn't see the state of it before", although, I kinda think this is why the council issued the grant to her? So, recently, the hot water tank has ruptured, causing the ceiling in the landing to come down, making the stairs wet and upsetting her Stannah Stair Lift. What do I do? The home insurance won't cover the hot water tank, although they have said that they will stem the leak and deal with the damage resultant from the rupture. How do I go forward with this? The local councillor isn't concerned, the local MP has ignored us and the man at the council is just using our slow actions to his advantage. I am tempted to go into the council offices and create havoc, but I don't want to get into trouble myself. This is having a massively negative effect on my grandmothers quality of life, added to the lightswitches that were left in place but not connected, the double glazed windows that don't open, the leak in the ceiling resulting from the bad roofing job and the new radiators which were charged to the council, but in fact, are the old radiators... What can I do? Any advice accepted gratefully.
  2. Hi all I'm not to sure this is the correct section. I have a pair of New Balance running shoes, 10 weeks old and falling apart. Clearly not fit for purpose as the materials used in flexing areas is cracking. Having returned these to New Balance I've been told the wear is due to them being in a washing machine which they never have! I feel incredibly insulted by this response and now have a point to prove by getting them independently lab tested and a report. New Balance wanted to charge me £50 for the pleasure. Following the horrendous lack of any customer support I have zero trust in them after they attempted to fob me off. Can anyone suggest anywhere that could carry out this service for me? I've emailed Manchester University and have seen various online labs. Jut wondered if anyone had used a service before for similar reasons? Thanks very much for your help
  3. Today my wife received a package from Drydens with a copy of an application to remove a stay and proceed in court. It was stayed on the 28th Dec 2013 after they never came back to court following sending our defence. Brief outline wife got cancer credit card unhelpful when couldn't pay so didn't pay. Sygma bank wouldn't supply information asked for and issued default. drydens also wouldn't supply info but eventually supplied copy of agreement which we noticed although signed by my wife it was unsigned by the bank. I am defending the case under POA as my wife is still having treatment and is suffering from depression. We were defending on the agreement unsigned by the bank and not being supplied with evidence of the debt. Today I noticed the copy of the default notice drydens enclosed is different to the actual default notice we received. They are even dated 2 days apart. Also does a default notice have to tell you the outstanding balance?. I have attached both notices.
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2802677/woman-rips-apart-atm-bare-hands-wouldn-t-let-withdraw-cash.html
  5. Hi Folks, My partner had ESA medical in November and received 18 points. He was then called again in April and received only 6. Is it ok for them to ask for 2 medicals in such short period of time? We are at appeal stage and need some support with what to do. My partner has mental health issues and a critical illness. Do we complain to ATOS. He is seeing his consultant later this week and will get the hospital to do letter, any help appreciated
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