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  1. Usio Energy are the latest electric supplier to cease trading with Ofgem awarding First Utility all their current customers. https://www.usioenergy.com/
  2. I am currently unemployed and receive full housing benefit, my 19yr old son left school in June (repeated a yr due to disability) and starts college full time in August. Over the summer period he has not claimed for any benefits or worked. I received a letter from the council saying that I have been overpaid housing benefit since June as my son is now a non-dependant and are asking for £126 to cover overpayment, they are also asking for £12pw towards rent. They also wish to see his student loan payments confirmation letter. I'm at a loss here as everything I have read about housing benefit
  3. Full story and photos :- http://www.msn.com/en-gb/lifestyle/family-relationships/womans-act-of-kindness-for-blind-cubs-fan-goes-viral/ar-BBCE6eH?li=AA9SkIr&ocid=ientp
  4. My DLA was recently stopped (didn't even bother to try or PIP as I know I had no chance). Well today I got a "revised"calculation of my housing benefit due to my DLA being stopped, and it's gone down by over £30 a week? I'm confused by this. I didn't think DLA was means tested and I don't understand how I'm expecting to pay more now that I'm worse off? Does anybody have any knowledge on this that can help please?
  5. GAS SUPERSTORE LEICESTER GOES BUST TAKING EVERYONE'S MONEY THEN THE SAME (MD) DIRECTOR THEN SETS UP NEW COMPANY! It would appear the Director of Gas Superstore knew the company was about to go bust so he set up a New Limited company on the 21st March 2017 called The Fireplace (Leicester) Limited registered number 10682373 which can be found on Companies House website to the same address as the Gas Superstore which then went bust on the 25th April 2017. it would appear that the company was trading insolvently taking peoples hard earned money knowing they were about to go bust l
  6. The old paper £5 is being replaced with a plastic note on September 13. The new note will be phased in so that by May 2017 it will have replaced the old fiver altogether – shops will then stop accepting paper £5 notes as legal tender. The Bank of England claims the new plastic pounds are: Resistant to dirt and moisture so stay cleaner for longer than paper banknotes More secure so will provide enhanced counterfeit resilience More durable so will increase the quality of banknotes in circulation Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-
  7. Hi, I am reaching out to you as I'm absolutely exhausted with the WCA saga and I would be grateful for any help, advice, guidance, support. I'll try and keep this short... Main medical conditions: - Postural Tachycardia Syndrome - its a rare conditions, but an accurate description of symptoms is listed here: potsuk dot org/symptoms (please note: to diagnose POTS the heart rate has to increase by 30bpm after 10 minutes of standing, upon test mine increased from 65 to 140, so its obviously a more aggressive form of POTS). - Ehlers-Danlos syndrome & Hypermobility (symptoms: ehl
  8. http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/lowcostholidayscom-collapse-what-you-can-8488525
  9. In a sad turn of events, Low Cost Travel Group has gone bust. Very sad for me as I used to work for them. Anyone travelling needs to make sure they keep an eye on their holiday. MSE has a great guide for what to do... As a general rule - Flights should have already been paid for, hotels mostly wont have. Chargeback if paid on CC over £100 with Section 75 Chargeback on DC may be possible but check with your bank. Remember to record everything in case you need it for the future. Administrators are Smith & Williamson
  10. Living with PTSD: Former military medic reveals how the battle goes on for veterans The first female RAF paramedic to work on the Afghan frontline, she now finds it impossible to step outside the front door of her Wigan home most days. She wets the bed and has recurring nightmares, in which she regularly finds herself back in Afghanistan surrounded by the horrors she has witnessed. Flt Lt Sanderson completed three tours of Afghanistan. During that time, she was routinely flown by helicopter into the heart of the fighting to care for military and civilian casualties. It was after
  11. In 2011 we had a bill for £19000 for alleged tax credits overpayments. We argued and appealed and asked for a tribunal. We sent loads of paperwork to support our appeal. We have heard nothing since apart from a yearly letter in June stating that we are not entitled to any tax credits (we don't claim any) and that £19,000 is still owed until they make a final decision. I call them each year but they just say that we should have had a tribunal by now and they will put a note on the records that I have rang. I am at my wits end with this. Four years have passed and I'm terrified that one day we'l
  12. Metro Bank has launched a new online mortgage portal, allowing brokers to submit online applications for residential and buy-to-let mortgages. The lender’s broker partners can register on the system to complete applications online, including full affordability assessments in line with the Mortgage Market Review. http://www.mortgagestrategy.co.uk/news-and-features/sectors/products/products-news/metro-bank-goes-online-with-new-mortgage-portal/2009360.article
  13. Hi, I would love some advice. I moved into a new shared ownership house a year ago. The house is, somewhat ironically, called an ‘Eco-House’. The water pump from the rain water harvesting system is defective. This faulty pump, which is meant to take the rainwater through a pipe system to the upstairs lavatory and washing machine, is permanently on 24/7; that is, constantly operating, whether there is a demand from these appliances or not. These pumps range in power from 800w to over 1000w. Since I moved in and until this week (upon discovering the fault), my electric consumption
  14. I had Whyte & co attended my house for a liability order for a unpaid council tax bill When I contacted Thurrock council and asked how much I was in arrears they replied that I wasn't but the fact I didn't pay on or before the 10th of each month I was in breach of the agreement and a liability order was applied for. I paid the council the outstanding balance that was about £200 and the £90 charge that the council had added for taking out the order. so now the balance is £0 but the bailiff are saying their fees are owed and that the liability order is still enforceable a
  15. Hey all, I'm going to be keeping certain details vague, as I'm in a reasonably unique situation which could identify me quite easily. We're in one of the capita-equita areas, and my boyfriend is dealing with council tax nonsense. He found out the exact amount as handed to Equita, it's being paid online, and he/we have refused to deal with the bailiffs from the outset. My boyfriend put a notice out front about withdrawal of right of access/trespass/harassment that he found online (I have since worked out from you wonderful people that those things only hold weight in certain situati
  16. Hi there, I recently ordered serveral items of exercise equipment online from Sports HQ to help combat my ever developing couch potato physique. After 8 days, 5 days after the expected delivery date, I give SHQ a call as my order has yet to arrive. They inform me that according to there records the items have been delivered. I confirm there has not been a delivery and I have not signed anything to which they reply, "the driver left them on the porch". As I don't have a porch, we eventually came to the aggreement they had been sent to the wrong address and
  17. The number of pensioners becoming insolvent has risen to its highest level since records began more than 50 years ago. Over the past six years, the annual toll has increased by more than 100 per cent, a survey revealed. The rise among the over-65s is faster than among any of the younger age groups – and the numbers will continue to climb, experts warn. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2196625/Bank-granny-granddad-goes-bust-Pensioner-insolvencies-record-high.html#ixzz25Dwkk8TN
  18. 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
  19. Allders,an independent department store in Croydon, was established by Joshua Allder in 1862. It is the third-largest department store in the United Kingdom. The Croydon store was the flagship of a large chain of department stores in the UK. The chain went into administration during 2005 and was subsequently broken up and sold, the Croydon store being purchased by Harold Tillman, owner of the Jaeger clothing company. http://www.standard.co.uk/business/business-news/allders-of-croydon-goes-into-administration-7854444.html
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