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  1. I have an issue with Admirial insurance. I bought another car about 2 months or so prior to my insurance expiring and paid the transfer / admin fee of about £20 or there abouts. Their renewal was several hundred more than quotes I received prior to buying the car when paying this transfer fee I specifically stated not to auto renew my insurance. The man said he noted this down on the system. (Their quotes for the new car being around £700 a year, normally paying around £300) I always paid annually. My renewal was mid-September and received an email that
  2. I am looking for a solicitor who specialise in credit consumer act and the ICO guidelines. Must have experience in application of default notices and credit reference agency. I would prefer someone in London, Watford or surrounding areas. Thanks madtergee16
  3. In 2008 we were co-erced into purchasing a timeshare in Cyprus. We had no intention of using the timeshare property and were more attracted by the 'massive discounts' on Expedia hotel bookings that we were verbally promised. We swopped our Timeshare for a couple of trips via Interval International and soon realised that the 'luxury' we were promised was not there and equally neither were the discounts on expedia - 1-2p in most cases. We tried to contact the seller but they never replied. We therefore contacted Barclays Partner Finance as they held the loan and were jointly
  4. Hi, please excuse me if I'm in the wrong forum, but I am completely new to CAG and am looking for some help. My home was repossessed in 1999 by a loan company, who then pursued me for the "shortfall" between the outstanding loan and the sale price of the house. I am wondering if this debt is enforceable if the solicitors who are now receiving payments cannot produce a copy of the original credit agreement, or if they can, can it be rendered unenforceable if the agreement doesn't comply with the Consumer Credit Act? Thanks for your patience.
  5. Hello all first post here but in a real pickle. On the 14th of June I received a Default notice for £49.07 from Argos Cards. On the 22nd of June I paid the default sums in full (£49.07) and was told no further action was required. After months of battling with the administrators of the company I used to work for they managed to get the money owed to me (roughly £4k) so on the 28th June again I called argos up and advised when I get the payment within the first 2 weeks of August I will pay the full balance, the advisor took an additional £5.99 payment from me and said that no pay
  6. Hello all first post here but in a real pickle. On the 14th of June I received a Default notice for £49.07 from Argos Cards. On the 22nd of June I paid the default sums in full (£49.07) and was told no further action was required. After months of battling with the administrators of the company I used to work for they managed to get the money owed to me (roughly £4k) so on the 28th June again I called argos up and advised when I get the payment within the first 2 weeks of August I will pay the full balance, the advisor took an additional £5.99 payment from me and said that no pay
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