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  1. Hi I see that Lowells feature frequently on here and would like some help with my response to the courts. I have received a CCJ claim form dated 27th January, it arrived yesterday, over an old ikea debt which is around £700. I had difficulty paying the instalments on time and then stopped altogether I know I am at fault and due to being a single mum on disability benefit with a mountain of debt at the time I just sort of buried my head in the sand. I understand that it leaves a bad record on my file but to be honest my credit record is probably screw
  2. Hi, I ordered two single beds/mattresses from Ikea which were delivered a week ago. After setting up a bed and mattress, we decided they would not be suitable for us and completed a cancellation form with Ikea within 7 days of delivery. They have advised me that they will refund the bed bases but only provide store credit for mattresses as they have been opened! They were opened to inspect and also to check that there were no undue smells, which can be associated with memory foam. The mattresses are unused, there is nothing in their terms and conditions to state that
  3. http://www.msn.com/en-gb/money/news/ikea-admits-to-charging-customers-twice-due-to-computer-glitch/ar-BBuX712?li=BBoPOOl If you have been affected, you can use the following number : 020 3645 0000 This was the company that were forced to hand out bottles of water , when they trapped motorists in one of their car parks for over 3 hours, on the hottest day of the year
  4. Hi there I did a really stupid thing and shoplifted some items from IKEA. I was caught and the security guard, after checking my receipt, said that he would not call the police and proceeded to issue me with a lifetime ban from all UK IKEA stores. He told me that my picture (which was taken with the security camera in the questioning room) would be posted to all the IKEAs and I would be recognised if I entered any IKEA stores in the UK. This is my first offence and I was very lucky he did not call the police and I missed a criminal record (as this would have p
  5. CAG in Todays Sun Newspaper. Article titled - Shopping Bill Shock at IKEA Here is the Article in PDF:
  6. Ikea is sprucing up its offer by selling cheap six foot Christmas trees in a bid for more festive business as analysts claim as much as 62pc of the high street is already on sale Famed for its flat-pack beds and the meatballs in its restaurants, Ikea is branching out in the festive rush by selling real Christmas trees - for five pounds. The Swedish out of town giant yesterday revealed its tactics for trying to entice shoppers away from the high street - offering customers a £20 coupon if they forked out £25 for a real, 6 foot Nordmann fir. Ikea said rivals were selling trees for as much
  7. hi all, beware of ikeas gloss kitchens. we brought one six months ago and all the door and draw fronts can be easily scratched with a lightly applied finger nail! it seems to effect all their gloss range sometimes the scratches can be difficult to see they can look like cobwebs across the surface. if you have one take a front off some where it wont matter and lightly move your finger nail across the surface and if its anything like ours it will easily scratch. our friends have a grey gloss kitchen that they brought from ikea 3 years ago and it is as hard as nails. the quality has certainly dro
  8. A friend of mine purchased a bed frame from ikea at beginning of the year about a month ago the welding between the head board and base broke - they have been trying to sort it out with ikea with out success. Ikea say the model is no longer available and offering either discount on another or £31 when the frame cost £69 plus slats at £30 and delivery on top. - Can anyone advise me on this - it is less than a year old - not fit for purpose in such a short time - are they entitled to a refund in full or a replacement as opposed to discount
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