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  1. Rail passengers to benefit from ‘one-click’ compensation READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/rail-passengers-to-benefit-from-one-click-compensation
  2. Tesco Direct has dropped its minimum payment charge for click and collect. Until now, shoppers were charged £2 for orders under £30. The supermarket said in February it had to introduce the charge to cover rising costs and was in line with rival supermarkets, which charge similar fees for their click and collect services. But now it says that it wants to give shoppers more choice and convenience, particularly in the run-up to Christmas http://home.bt.com/lifestyle/money/mortgages-bills/tesco-direct-drops-minimum-payment-charge-for-click-and-collect-11364098202576
  3. Good evening. Summary I have recently paid off a secured loan with Paragon Finance and this contained PPI; the loan was brokered by Click Financial Limited. After reading many threads I opted to complete a claim back using the forms provided on this site, this I did in January. Paragon have replied recently to say they do not wish to handle the claim as it is before 14Jan05. They have also indicated the business who handled my application, one Click Financial Limited, is no longer trading. I have been advised to direct my enquiry to the CAB, after two sessions of over 20mins on hold I have given up and opted to try for some advice on here. I have checked Duedil etc and it appears Click Finance are dissolved, an associated business with same directors to this was wound up in January 2013. Can you tell me if I can progress this claim in any way? Surely Paragon have a responsibility for their intermediaries / introducers activities (ie ensuring they do not miss sell).. My letter from Paragon states it will be their last correspondence on the matter. Any assistance on next steps to recover the PPI would be greatly appreciated. The secured loan was repaid in Aug2012, this was ten years early and the PPI (£4k) was a lump sum added to the loan for the duration. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Many thanks, Area51
  4. Tesco is to charge customers for click and collect orders through its Direct arm costing less than £30 The supermarket giant, will introduce the £2 fee on Tesco Direct orders on 2 February. It already has a £4 charge for grocery shops below £40 which are ordered online and collected in store. In July, John Lewis introduced a similar charge for orders collected in its stores and in branches of Waitrose. http://www.theguardian.com/money/2016/jan/06/tesco-direct-charge-click-and-collect-orders
  5. John Lewis is ending click and collect orders under £30, saying that the service is ‘unsustainable’. This will come into play from next month. Currently, you’re allowed to order items from the John Lewis website and have it delivered to their nearest John Lewis or Waitrose store for free. That’s not to say you won’t be able to get smaller items through this system; only now, you’ll have to pay a £2 charge for these small orders. The retailer says that this should only affect around 20% of the orders they get in, but there’s sure to be disappointment from some quarters. http://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/jul/01/john-lewis-to-charge-for-click-and-collect
  6. Shoppers will soon be able to order selected goods from eBay and pick them up from an Argos store. More: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-24209788
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