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  1. Hi everyone, I have joined this forum for some much needed help. I bought a car from Available Car (i won't say which one or no doubt they will email me and kick off) with all cars they offer a 3k 3 month warranty. I noticed the car had a window fault and also a mechanic had noticed during the service the spark plug plug rail had a spark plug damaged. I contacted them and they told me it was no worry and i was covered under warranty so to bring the car in. I took the car to them in July and they diagnosed it did have a fault and they would repair it once the part ca
  2. Hi there, does anyone know if the DWP can refuse to allow you to audio record meetings with a work coach at a Job Centre Plus? I have contacted my local Job Centre Plus office to ask for permission to audio record all future appointments but they have refused . Is there anything i can do about this?
  3. Hello. My second post, I think. I bought a matinee ticket to see Lisa Dwan at the Old Vic. I live in Yorkshire and bought an Advance Return train ticket to London - non-transferable, of course. About a week before the performance OV emailed me to say, without any explanation, that they had had to cancel this matinee and would be refunding my ticket shortly. I immediately emailed them to explain that they also owed me for my train ticket and why. They said - and this is core - they were not liable for any loss sustained by this cancellation other than the ticket money. "Pay up in
  4. Hi, Apologies as its my first Post. I wrote to BOS regarding a PPI claim on a mortage from them dating back to 1995, the only info on my mortgage account No was found on a letter to them just before I transferred it to Standard Life in 1999. I had mentioned the address of the "Mortgaged" property and the number in me enquiry. They responded with a letter saying it was an unverified Account No and wanted more Info. I called them up and had the runaround, but was eventually told by a chap to contact Section 77, Completion Center, Premier House, Chester and they would
  5. Good Morning All, My dad took out a couple of loans and credit cards in the early 1990s with TSB (Later part of Lloyds). He was advised at the time that he could not take out the products unless he also took out PPI. He did not need the PPI as at the time he had a very good job which had an excellent sick pay/redundancy policy. He recently tried to claim this PPI back through a claim company. The claim company were eventually sent a Data Subject Access Request showing basic details of the accounts my Dad held with the TSB. Lloyds (TSB) claim that
  6. Hi guys well heres my horror story. Girlfriend wanted to go away really bad so we went to Thomsons. In store my girlfriend got talked into buying a holiday to Tenerife and it sounded good so we booked it. When we returned home the hotel had bad reviews and people had said it was based on a huge hill that was unbearable to walk, especially if you had kids and we did have a 2 year old son. So I asked the travel agent if the hotel was far from the town centre and she said its not according to Thomsons website. I have the call recorder app so I guessed that as the call was recorde
  7. I bought a salvage vehicle earlier this year. Repaired it. It was a cat. Then later on the car was reversed into by a tesco insured driver. My vehicle was taken away to the body shop while i had a courtesy vehicle. Two weeks later i was told that as my vehicle had been involved in a previous accident and the damage had not been fully repaired. My insurance company offerred me £100 as salvage and told me the vehicle would be a cat c. I asked for the engineers report which stated that the damage was similar to the damage the vehicle had
  8. Hello All. Just completed 2 yr battle with RBS for misold L & E loan guard PPI. Although I provided a copy of RBS statement showing D/D payments to L&E loan guard they say I never had PPI, Ombudsman agreed. The loan guard was applied to a loan 12 years ago. Does anyone know if there are any other steps I can take? thanks
  9. My parents recently had their Council house renovated by the Council. They made a complete mess of their home which they have spent years and lots of their own hard earned money improving. They are Pensioners and have retired. Basically, during the renovations, their fridge had to be moved several times by workmen, which, in doing so caused damage to it. They were left without a Fridge for the best part of two weeks and had to fork out £300 for a new one. Albeit their old Fridge was some years old, but it was in excellent working order and was clearly damaged by the workmen movi
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