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  1. Do you have a BT line rental which you pay annually in advance? As part of the deal the caller display service is free, but BT have still been been charging many customers £1.75 a month. Some customers who complained have been received a full refund, others have been refused. Cue weasel words from BT who claim that the customer has to request the free service not just once, but each year. In other words, if you don't ask for the free service, even if you're eligible for it, you won't get it. Shame on you BT. http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/simon-read-bts-caller-display-service-is-free-but-you-must-say-you-want-it-for-free-or-youll-be-charged-10060656.html
  2. there is a man keeps knocking on the door at all times of the day/night saying he has to speak to my wife i keep saying she is not in and what does he want he will not tell me now im getting notes through the door saying " could you please contact 07837207242 as I have some important papers I must hand to you thankyou Mr ............ " he will not say what is about my wife does not speak on the phone or deal with people due illness and heavy medication i told him this and he just wont go away or give me any idea what its about i do think its debt as i did fall behind on a lot when i lost my job and did the bury my head in the sand ( burnt myself out trying to look after wife and daughter as well as parents } and hoped it would all go away and now dont know who and what i owe money to Ian
  3. Have had a few default notices from DG solicitors so i sent them a CCA request on 17th july. They responded asking for my signature as attached The 12+2 days for CCA request is now up - should i now respond saying the account is in dispute or send them a digital signature? I was thinking of the following:
  4. hello, not sure if this is in the correct place, if not could someone let me know. anway, i had a scotcall doorstep person call at my house last week. he showed me credit card sizes id and asked about repaying a debt. told him that i would contact scotcall direct. he called me on my mobile and asked if i had alled them, as it was close to debt being sent back??? not sure what to do. do i call and talk or write and request my cca details??? am sure i wrote to them requesting no doorstep comtact. many thanks
  5. Hi all hope this is in an appropriate place. Long story short: Name with held of company for now. Wrote to door step loan company 2nd Jan explain financial difficulties and to arrange a payment plan for a token payment till we get sorted financially. Not heard anything until tonight at 8.30 where I find an agent asking for a payment at the door, I quickly explain I am waiting for confirmation from head office in writing and won't be paying anything and I close the door. This idiot then starts bashing the door, I open the door again and explain to him he is on private property and to remove himself now, He refuses to go I again asked him to remove himself from my private property, After this 2nd refusal I helped him off my property. I was then hit with a barrage of threats and fowl language while he wandered off up the street. Is it correct that you can use reasonable force to remove someone from your private property? His behavior was threatening after having the door closed in his face. I have written a letter of complaint for the company regarding this agent just wanting to be sure about the legal aspect of using reasonable force to remove someone. Regards George
  6. Hi all, Can anyone give me some advice on the following. I found an envelope through my door with a card inside written/printed with: the lewis group For the attention of: Mr. Mrs. Ms XXXXXX XXXXXX Our representative called today 11-1-13 at ................................ To discuss an important matter with you concerning, Client: Cabot Financial Account reference number: Outstanding Please contact our agent on: £825.75 To arrange a convenient date & time for this matter to be resolved. (NB:Calls to mobile phone numbers are charged to you at your telephone providers mobile phone rate). Agents Name: Mr O'BRIEN - CALL BACK - TUESDAY - 8AM It is important to contact our agent urgently to avoid any possible further recovery action. the lewis group ltd, Phillip House, 123/137 York Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT15 1AB Registered in Scotland / No. 127043 All of the parts in red were hand written. I can't even remember what this is for, it has been passed around several DCA's, but has to be at least 5 years old.
  7. Excellent story here > http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-20068927 Andy
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