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  1. Do I need to immediately pay an Invoice marked as Payment Immediately? We recently had some carpentry work done. No payment terms were discussed or covered in the quote. We were not impressed with the work done nor the way the work was conducted. The work was estimated to take 3 days but took 3 weeks. That is incidental to the legal requirements for paying the invoice. I'd just like to know when would be a reasonable time to pay the invoice. The carpenter has chased the invoice and is threatening further action. (We received the invoice 2 days ago).
  2. Hi folks, we joined a debt managemetn plan with immediate finance a couple of months back after over a year trying to directly sort things with our creditors, I know that immediate finance have been paying £1 per month to each as agreed to keep the debt alive, however my wife has rung me to say one of the catalogues has sold the debt to a debt collector who is now chasing for it, is this legal? as I understand it they are not allowed to as long as you have made an effort to pay? will be ringing immediate financial when I get home to see what is happening but wo
  3. Hi Don't know if anyone can help. I resigned with immediate effect but my employers acceptance letter stated 1 months notice. My P45 acknowledged the 1 months notice which I got corrected by my employer but they have not paid me any outstanding holiday pay. I was on sick leave with work related stress for 8 months and this went from the end of one holiday year to 4 months into the next.. All of my entitlement was already booked before going sick with 8 days towards the end of one holiday year and thirteen days in the next. Did they breach my contract and if so have I left it too late to con
  4. I've got an unpaid council tax debt of £200, it slipped through the cracks until it ended up with Rossendales, not the best but there you go... the letter says that the amount due is £203.50 plus costs (costs underlined several times!) It also goes on to say that "if you cannot pay this amount in full, you should be aware that even at this late stage with an initial payment of £100 you can still pay by installments" but after calling the number of the letter the guy that I spoke to unhelpfully said that he wouldn't accept £100 and then the rest next month. When I read out the letter
  5. Rogue money lenders and debt collectors will be stopped from trading under plans put out for consultation. The proposals will mean the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) can suspend firms' consumer credit licences and stop them operating with immediate effect if it believes there is an urgent need to protect consumers from harm. The OFT currently has the power to suspend licences, but businesses can continue to trade pending appeals, which can take two years to be heard. Plans to put such firms out of action immediately were announced by the Government in July. The move, which could apply to a
  6. Try finding this major news in the media, it's been ignored. Details here http://bma.org.uk/news-views-analysis/news/2012/june/scrap-work-capability-assessment-doctors-demand and here http://diaryofabenefitscrounger.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/bma-demand-immediate-end-to-wcas.html
  7. Breaking news BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18685040 Full statement-Telegraph; http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9371741/Bob-Diamond-resigns-from-Barclays-the-full-statement.html Sky news; http://news.sky.com/story/955415/barclays-chief-executive-bob-diamond-resigns Bob Diamond has quit as chief executive of Barclays bank in a shock twist to the rate-rigging scandal. Marcus Agius, who resigned as chairman only yesterday, is to return to his role and will take over the running of the bank while a successor to Mr D
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