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  1. I signed up with The AA in 2015 for £99 a year (paid monthly). I just always assumed it was £99 as the website didn't state otherwise as far as I could see. I've checked it today and found I have been paying over £204 a year ever since the first year was up. I called them to complain, and the person said I would have had confirmation of the price in the post before it was due for renewal, and if I didn't call then I wouldn't get a better price (Why do I have to call!?). I don't recall getting these letters, and I keep everything, but I don't have that letter. I for sure ch
  2. I had an outstanding council tax debt of £79.20 for last years council tax 2017. Today out the blue I got a visit from 2 sheriff officers and now my council tax has doubled to £158.30. They have doubled my debt! I am on ESA. How the hell is this legal, The council tax year only started in April. This seems completely out of order and so hurried for such a small debt, They never even gave me a chance to pay, Now they are saying the fees can't be removed cause they sent officers out. This has enraged me, What can i do? Thanks
  3. Daughter has a 3rd party run in to her head on while 3rd party was on the wrong side of road. Claim going through but policy has just doubled been in comparison websites and got new quotes from Hastings half the current price even though we disclosed the accident on their. Car was only bought after doing 2 quotes one before test and other after when change was made policy rose more than on quote for having just past test but now she has received a letter saying insurance will be over 4000 for year. Latest quote we declared accident andcar as write off was valued at 920 by engineer
  4. Parliament is to consider plans to more than double the maximum administrative penalty for benefit fraud from £2,000 to £5,000. Want to know more please read HERE
  5. Hi I have just moved from Cambridgeshire to Nottinghamshire and my insurance has gone from just over £26 a month to £50 a month just for change of address! I have not changed my car which is a 1.4, Before my car was parked on the road but now I have my own drive. am disgusted and doubt be able to afford the extra money each month. I have complained but they are not interested, every time you need something done with this company they charge! I would cancel but will get charged for that!
  6. Please can someone help, I've read so much on these forums but can't seem to understand my next steps, Am trying to get HSBC to remove a default notice off my credit file, as my mortgage has double. They chased me for over a year and ignored them, I had some letters from Moorcroft and maybe other DCA over a year ago stating stuff like HSBC had sold the debt or they would take me to court etc, but I just ignored them. but its been quite for the last 14 months, as I ignored everything. Debt was rung up by my husband and then he ran off while I was away and I told HSBC it was
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