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  1. can bes take over a residential property electric supply as they only do commercial electricity I need to no as been miss sold a contract please help the last few days have been hell bes utilities phoned me saying they were acting on behalf of my hopefully soon to be landlord no lease signed I have ended up in a contract some how I have been bullied and feel forced into this contract really not sure wat to do as I don't have a lease yet or permission to change the electricity supplier still they say I cant get out of it they say they are going to take over the electric suppy on the 25th and there is nothing I can do they also said the supplier at the moment cant reject the take over apparently I have no choice but to go with them all I want to do is get out of this contract. also the address on the contract is a residential house helllllppppppp
  2. Hi, Can anyone advise me, I have been with T mobile for years and although I can move providers now I'm not sure what to do as my agreement was for £26 inclusive, but every month it goes up, I'm now due to pay £42 this month!!! Is it worth me staying or are there better deals going on that anyone knows about:???:
  3. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2014/oct/06/royal-mail-parcel-promotion-bigger-gift-christmas
  4. Hello, I have taken a loan from Lloyds TSB 2 months ago. It was to consolidate a £4K debt (high apr). The guy that sold me the loan said that in order to get a low apr I should get a higher loan. I told him that I was planning to pay it off early and he suggested that I don't touch the money apart from the actual consolidation amount. I took a £15K loan at 11% and 3 month buy now pay later. I came into the bank today to pay it off early and I was told that I had to pay additional £670ish in fees. so all in all £15670. I was told that the fees would be minimal. I complained that I have been missold the loan and have a meeting with the manager this week. Now the guy that sold me the loan called me couple hours after my visit and it seemed he tried to convince me it was ok and the other guy was wrong about the fees. It seems to me he was worried that he messed up. Any similar situations/any hints how to sort it out? Would finance ombundsman help? If I knew these fees apply I would have never taken the loan - the seller convinced me it was the right way forward which clearly it isn't. Help! (Many thanks)
  5. as anyone who reads SodEms threads (apparently few) probly knows 3rd daughter born today, 3 weeks early, 5lb 12, not sure what decibels yet give her time there may be more of a post later but ive been up around 16 hours, not eaten in 12, not had a drink for 6 (currently remedying with wine) and quite quite shattered
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