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Hi Guys, Hope you can give us a little advise. We moved into our property December 2013, and went with SCS, they organised the fitter as seems to generally be the case and all was well. Or that's what we thought up until fit. The fitter did a very, very poor job, and we've been working with SCS to try and get this resolved for over 2 years. The original fitter came again out once shortly after the original visit, repaired a few issues and tried to fob us off saying let it lie and it'll sort itself out, as time went by more and more flaws became glaringly o
posting here to see if anyone can advise what i should do next. i had 4 contracts with vodafone (me, wife & 2 kids). sept 2011 my son went over his allowance, £230 over on a £20 contract, i noticed this at begining of oct. called vodafone, flamed off at them for not notifying lead number and such but was told my responsiblitity. i asked what i could have done to prevent and was advised to call them and block that number. 3 days later noticed my son had exceeded his allowance for oct. called vodafone asked them to block number and advisor confirmed that it was blocked. 2 days later
The Bank of England was left red-faced last night after explosive documents dragged it into the heart of the interest rate-rigging scandal. Barclays released details of a phone call in October 2008 between its now departed chief executive Bob Diamond and the central bank’s deputy governor Paul Tucker. The note of the call purported to show that the Bank of England – having been lent on by ‘senior’ figures in Whitehall – hinted the firm could cut its Libor rates. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2168399/Bank-England-dragged-rate-rigging-scandal.html#ixzz1zeO