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I can't sleep with everything going around my head... I feel like I'm going crazy... so I thought I'd write it down here to see what other people thought. I recently lost a family member to cancer, such a horrible illness that took the life of a beautiful innocent child. For years we were going back and to, to the children's hospital, seeing them go through surgeries, chemo and radiotherapy for it to just come back and then start attacking other parts of their body. Then to see them die, just like that. Its taking me a long time to write this as I just keep crying and can'
I joined my local gym back in Jan 2014 & at the time I started to get a touch of Arthritis in my right knee, around end of Feb / March the knee was causing me a lot of problems & the pain was becoming unbearable so I went to my GP who said I should stop going to the gym & take painkillers. I never made the payment in time in March & Harlands sent me a letter saying they were adding £50 to my £47 which I missed, I phoned Harlands & said because of my knee I was leaving the gym even though I signed for a 12 month contract, I was
Vodafone applied a default on my account on 1/12/2013. I opened the account 1/03/2013 and it was for 24 months. I only had a late payment in July which I satisfied before going on an overseas travel in August. Before travelling I ringed Vodafone customer care staff and he told me he would have the account suspended.I was going to be away for 4 months. Turns out nothing of such happened, The account was cancelled and I was billed a total of £344. It is still outstanding now When i got back late DEC 2013, I wanted to reactivate the account but I was told it was cancelled and that I had to
I went to Metro Bank today, had to cycle because of the demonstrations/ riots between my house and the bank. Got attacked there - hit in the head - when I told a middle aged man, English, that he shouldn't **** on the statue of Charles I. Carried on, sat down in the bank. According to what I could see the Credit Check was optional if you had proofs of residence. I had three. Plus my driving license and my passport. The woman was a bit slimy, more concerned with make up than banking, but I didn't really care. The process took forever, over an hour and a half. It was unbearably hot. I'