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  1. Continuous "scrolling" is a problem I am experiencing a lot just lately. I am not able to do anything as the browser just keeps on "scrolling" all the time. I thought it was a Facebook problem at first, but it also does it on another site. I have windows 8.1 Thanks for any advice
  2. A Continuous Payment Authority (CPA) is a method of payment that is used by companies to whom you might need to make a regular payment. * Recurring payments are often used for magazine subscriptions, gym memberships or payday loans. These are often confused with direct debits, but do not offer the same guarantee if the amount or date of the payment changes. Until 2013, it was very difficult to cancel these payments - that all changed when the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority became involved. Information in the following posts should help
  3. A Continuous Payment Authority (CPA) is a method of payment that is used by companies to whom you might need to make a regular payment. * Recurring payments are often used for magazine subscriptions, gym memberships or payday loans. These are often confused with direct debits, but do not offer the same guarantee if the amount or date of the payment changes. Until 2013, it was very difficult to cancel these payments - that all changed when the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority became involved. Information in the following posts should help
  4. I'm hoping someone can help as i've gone through google and can't find an answer to my problem. I have a car on lease (2 years) which was delivered in november 2014, this has only done 3000 miles due to my problem. The TPMS (tyre pressure monitoring system) was leaking meaning the tyre would go flat overnight (valve leaking). The valves at the time (april 2015) were on back order for 2 months with Ford so the dealer fitted a rubber valve which worked but kept the dash warning lights on. Several weeks later the new tpms came into stock so the dealer fitted a new 1 - this lasted a
  5. Hi Guys Another ridiculous scenario (In theory) I was speaking to Barclay's because something hit me about this very topic. A) Does CPA "Override" a card that has been lost or stolen? IE Payment being taken on a blocked card? B) What if the card is active and you have insufficient funds in the account? I had this discussion with Barclays as I had a major issue with them holding transactions back. But the above is just theoretical.
  6. [ATTACH=CONFIG]47225[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]47226[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]47227[/ATTACH]Hi Guys, Parked up at the bottom of my street in a 2 hour bay on Tuesday night ( I have a Parking Permit, but the street was chocker, as usual ) with every intention of moving it Wednesday morning. Problem was, the bloody car wouldn't start and by the time I had got back from my brother's to move it I had got a damn PCN. My lovely council (Barrow Borough Council) being as compassionate as they are have stated there's no grounds for cancellation. Therefore, I may appeal on road markings, but I
  7. For the full story : - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-23099564
  8. Thankfully I can see light at the end of the tunnel with my payday loan nightmare, it really has been a difficult time. At one stage I had 14 payday loans but in a few months they will all be gone. I plan to tell my story and perhaps give advice on getting out of the payday trap maybe sometime in the future. Anyway I bank with HSBC, can anyone please advise what is the best way to get them to cancel CPA on all 14 payday loan companies I dealt with. I just want ease of mind in case one of them decides to dip into my bank account sometime in the future.None have my present card details.
  9. Hi all, Wondering if anyone can help. I had approx £500.00 of CPA's go out of my account during 2009-2011. None of these payments were ever authorised by me, my ex partner used my debit card to sign up to 2 dating sites and they kept taking a weekly or monthly fee out of my account despite me trying to cancel with my bank and with the compaies concerned. I didn't know anything about the payments until money started disappearing from my account and bank charges for returned direct debits started happening - due to not having funds available as they had been taken by these CPA's!
  10. http://www.consumerfocus.org.uk/news/consumer-focus-research-shows-continuous-payment-authority-confusion
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