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  1. I'm not sure if this is the correct place to put this on so Mods, please feel free to move. I lost my permanent job late in 2016. Being older (almost 60 at the time), I've found, like many others in my age group that it's almost impossible to find a job. I was asked at the Jobcentre if there was anything I could do to become self-employed. I am a good pianist and had been working towards getting my Diploma after an exam break of 40 years, thinking ahead to when I retire. I am one of the women caught in the 50s trap, no husband and a son who's still recovering from a recent kidney
  2. A friend of mine recently had a problem with Enterprise Rent a Car attempting to deliver a hire car to one of his neighbours. Whilst undertaking the delivery they managed to crash one the hire cars into his fence causing damage, then assessed the damaged to the car, looked at the fence and chose to do a runner. Fortunately my friend has excellent cctv and captured the whole event. Laurel and Hardy springs to mind!!!. They made no attempt to find out who the fence belonged too nor left a note on the fence. My friend has subsequently been to the local office to try and resolve the is
  3. Hello, a CSH newbie here. Please can anyone offer me advice on how to progress this ... I've received a PCN (Parking Charge Notice) via Enterprise Rent-A-Car, informing me of an alleged offence committed at Calder Park, Wakefield, on 31st October 2018, whilst driving one of their hire cars. The contravention carried a £60 fine which Enterprise have automatically paid to VCS (Sheffield) and they've now passed the bill onto me together with a £25 Admin Fee. I was driving the car on company business and the resultant £85 has been taken directly from my salary. The thin
  4. I really don't understand this section of the ACT 19 Worker subjected to detriment by co-worker or agent of employer “(1A)A worker (“W”) has the right not to be subjected to any detriment by any act, or any deliberate failure to act, done— (b)by an agent of W’s employer with the employer’s authority, Let me paint two scenarios so you understand my question Scene 1: A worker makes a protected disclosure, the worker's employer sends an agent to act in a detrimental manner to the worker Scene 2: A worker makes a protected disclosure, the employer's
  5. Hi, I have joined here after reading an exceptional amount of valuable information regarding Blemain Finance (or Blemain Group) now operating as Together. About myself: I am a law graduate and helping a friend with his mortgage taken from Blemain. About the friend: From what I can see he has taken a total of 5 "charges" over his property from Blemain over the course of 2013 to the present. It started with £15,000 and now he owes 4 times this amount. That is not to say he did not exercise his own will, but so much about their operation is incredibly DODGY (for wa
  6. Hi, I rented a car from Enterprise Rent-a-car. When I returned it there was a small scratch, just a little bigger than their wear and tear vs damage assessment template allows for: https://ibin.co/3WJPCUlUuaeK.jpg They want to charge me the full 850 euros excess for this. It looks like the sort of thing that could be fixed for around 50 to 100 euros, with a localized touch up. Clearly I am being ripped off. It is entirely possible the scratch was already there. It was a long day and I did not have any lunch by the time I got off the ferry and waited for the French to finish
  7. Communication from the Provisional Liquidator of Enterprise Insurance Company plc on 29th July 2016 On the 25th July 2016 the Gibraltar Supreme Court appointed me as Provisional Liquidator of Enterprise Insurance Company plc (“Enterprise” or the “Company”). I am now managing the Company’s affairs under the supervision of the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission and will report back to the Supreme Court within three months. Insurance policies issued by Enterprise have not been cancelled or disclaimed but I am unable to currently pay any claims arising under such policies. It i
  8. Hi , Can anyone tell me if this is right, I hired a car 2 weeks ago & its due back tomorrow. I rang them today to extend the hire time and was told id have to pay another 100 deposit and i would not get the 200 deposit i have already paid , they have already had fee £345 rental charge plus £200 deposit, now they are asking £304, another £100 deposit & 204 rental and when car goes back, I only get £100 pound back, where is my £200 deposit. Please someone tell me if this is right or am i getting ripped off?.
  9. I had a very bad experience recently. The car I had taken on rent suffered scratches on the doors. Over the weekend while the car was with me, I went to some garages and they told me that they could fix the dent and the fresh paint for 150 quid. I decided that it was best to report to Enterprise since you would prefer to get it done from your approved garages. The branch charged me £ 1000 excess and said that would take 3 weeks to settle invoices and refund the amount after deducting repair cost and other charges. Also, I was told that I would be shown
  10. OK guys Not at all sure I have posted this in the correct forum, but here goes. I was running a Enterprise Inn pub up to March 2014. I was suppose to leave at the end of May 2014, but I was losing so much money I just packed up and left (I know I should not have done that). All the way along Enterprise have been unhelpful, demanding and even sent in the debt collectors when we were living at the pub, so that I had to borrow money to pay them. My husband and I moved back to our home, and now Enterprise are after us for a substantial amount. In the meant
  11. Hi I was hit by another driver who then admitted responsibility. I was then offered a rental car with enterprise paid for by the other party. When I got the rental car from then, i was told to note and report any dents/scratches on the car. I told them what i saw, but since then have noticed something i didnt see then- the front wheel is scuffed. As i was not in any fault for the original accident is it fair for them to charge me for damage to that wheel if they dont believe i didnt do it. That is to say that i feel i shouldnt have to pay any excess for a rented car, in my opi
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