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  1. I have an ex Friends Life with profits investment bond now under the ownership of Aviva. This was transferred to me by my mother. Over the past three years I have made a number of successful partial withdrawals on the policy without issue. This all changed when in early September of this year, I submitted another partial encashment for £3000. After not receiving the money within 10 days I contacted Aviva and was told that due to a technical issue sufficient units could not be cancelled to action a payout. Therefore, the process was delayed. To exacerbate, the issue, I had a buil
  2. https://www.theguardian.com/film/2017/aug/16/daniel-craig-confirms-he-will-play-james-bond-again
  3. I have bought a Capital Investment Bond with the money I inherited from my mother. The financial advisor who set this up, informs me that the monthly sums I receive from my Capital Investments Bond are neither interest or dividends, but that the bond is simply returning my capital to me which I used to buy the bond in the first place, and is therefore not taxable. Thus, the sums I receive are simply not entered on my tax return, and should not be declared for the purposes of assessing my Working Tax Credits either. Is this right? I ask, because last year the advisor I spoke to at HMR
  4. Probably the wrong forum but don't know where else to put this. On Friday I received a letter from the DWP. Enclosed was a letter from the same pension company that my (very modest) lump sum pension payment came from a few months back. Same company, different department it would seem. Anyway, the letter reads: Dear X Our Ref: Final Salary XXXXX Dear Mrs X Bond: 123456/1 (not the real reference number) There is a benefit due to you for the above bond. Now, I'm very intrigued and of course, it arrives on the Friday and I can't find out what it is until
  5. Needing help with regard to which route to go down to get back my refundable damage bond. To cut a very long story short, I booked a short caravan break through a private owner website. Paid the full amount upfront, included in this was a refundable £75 damage bond to be returned within 7 days of leaving the let, if left as found and damage free. I paid for the holiday with my credit card as refused to pay by bank transfer. I contacted the third party by email to book the holiday and paid by card over the phone, she said that the money would be paid into the owners account on the holi
  6. READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/remembering-the-battle-of-the-somme-a-bond-of-trust
  7. Hundreds of thousands of over-65s who invested in National Savings & Investments pensioner bonds will see their savings rate plummet from Jan 15th. The rate on the one-year 65+ Guaranteed Growth Bonds will fall from a market-leading 2.8% AER to 1.45% AER. NS&I is writing to around 470,000 bond holders, giving them 30 days’ notice to consider their options. Due to the volume of customers making their decisions at the same time, NS&I will only take maturity instructions online or by post, not over the telephone. The first bonds are due to mature from Ja
  8. The number of people who have failed to claim premium bond prizes has broken the one million barrier. More than £47million is waiting for winners unaware they’ve won a cash prize. Three bondholders have scooped £100,000, four have won £50,000, there are three lots of £25,000 to be claimed and 19 of £10,000. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3299629/The-number-people-failed-claim-premium-bonds-passed-one-million-including-25-prize-1957.html#ixzz3rNkdwLEq http://www.nsandi.com/do-i-have-any-unclaimed-prizes
  9. Hi All, I'm seeking advice on housing rental matter. I've recently moved house and have been told by the letting agents of my old house, that the Landlord has submitted a claim for our Bond. She is claiming £500 of it for various things. I am aware of the process to dispute this, however the problem is I wish to counter claim against her for failing to meet her contractual obligations by not carrying out repairs on the house which we had reported. I had reported many of the problems to Reeds, such as door knobs coming off the doors, light fittings faulty, railings in doorway loose, f
  10. When we 1st started looking for a house it had to be with garage for my classic car. Found a house that came with a garage perfect. Paid for all the fees checks ect and eventually signed a lease to move in. Got the keys and brought my classic car down from old house to put into the garage. Landlord (who lives next door) said she didn't want me using the garage as she didn't want to be liable for anything. Even though house were advertised inc garage. She said i only could use it if i sign a fore fit notice saying that if anything happened garage falling down damage to my car ect then she
  11. I moved into a privately rented house that is managed by a letting agents on 01.02.2012. When I first went to view the house it was in a bad way, it needed to be re-decorated throughout and the carpets were filthy. The agents explained that the work was due to be done but just hadn't started yet. Despite the property not looking its best I decided to take as I knew that it would be sorted out. When I moved in things weren't perfect, it had been painted throughout but wasn't a great job (patchy walls, odd marks here and there) and the carpets had been cleaned however were still very m
  12. My partner and I lived in a flat for 12 months where the bedroom and hallway were carpetted. We moved out 12 days ago. On the day of leaving, a man from Entwistle Green came to inspect the flat and said it was in "very good" condition - and it was! Now ,12 days later, we have recieved a call advising that there are carpet beetles and the new tenant who moved in on Saturday has reported this. We are now being told our bond of £500 will be needed to cover the cost of this. Surely this can't be allowed? We moved out on the 26th of October - it's the 7th of November! And from what I'
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