Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'creating'.
Hi All, It's a quick question. I took a credit card out with Lloyds Bank, then unfortunately I was made redundant. I went though their income and expenditure document to inform Lloyds and they put a hold on the card. About 5months later they put a repayment plan in place and according to them, they sent a letter. I did not receive this letter and they made no other contact to me about this. The bank said that because I had failed to pay the repayment plan, the account will be sent to another company. My point is, if I receive nothing about a repayment plan, and the bank
Hi, I do PHP and web development as my job. I noticed on the forum some people have trouble uploading images, so end up having to follow a list of instructions on how to save the image as a PDF and then upload it. I've made a simple image uploading tool, and nearly completed the "convert to PDF" option. It will be as simple as choose the image and upload, then paste the link to the forum. No adverts, no data gathering and no cost. I simply have spare servers with huge resources. I wanted to check if I'm allowed to add the link in my signature / recommend users this method. As
The two biggest forums on CAG are Banks and Debt, with over a million posts each. Clearly money is a big issue in the UK. What is the root cause? The answer is that money is created by private companies (banks) simply by typing figures into a computer. It’s a great business model, isn’t it? You apply for a mortgage, the bank types numbers into your account and then charges you interest on them, many thousands of pounds over many years. This was not some pensioner's savings: it was new money created out of nothing by the bank. But don't take my word for it: here it is explained by the B