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  1. Roche CoaguChek device producing inaccurate results READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/roche-coaguchek-device-producing-inaccurate-results
  2. We recently made a request to our housing association to be re-housed due to health problems and my wife suffers with mobility issues. My wife's doctor also provided a supporting letter to the housing association to verify that there were health problems. The housing association arranged for their own independent occupational therapist to assess my wife's mobility issues and to provide a report to the housing association. The housing association agreed that there was an urgent need to be re-housed although the property must have a number of major adaptions in place and the housing associ
  3. Hi, just wanted some advice regarding a would-have-been purchase for me. I saw a listing on a national building centers website ( a section for trade members specifically ) for a deal on an in-store collection item which had a ladder for sale at £24.00 inc VAT however the ladder you would actually be given at the till is not the ladder that they list the specifications for online. as this would result in me making a trip to the store ( a 35 min drive ) to find out that the online page was not correct, where would I stand? I do hope this makes sense. Many thank
  4. I was caught driving in my HGV not wearing a seat belt. Caught red handed and have no excuse. I received a summons to attend my local Justice of the Peace court with police statement attached. The statement is very inaccurate. Officer states he was sitting observing traffic when he noticed my driving without a belt. The officer actually passed me while I was stationary on a roundabout, he was driving round the roundabout and doubled back to pull me over. Whislt I do not contest the charge at the time, why can an officer make up the situation and put it in writing. I
  5. I just got my esa 85 this morning, the report from my medical. I was put into the support group again for another 6 months. In my assessment I saw a nice doctor who said he was sympathetic to my condition but that the way the wca is set out made it very difficult for him but he did say his wife had the same condition as me and he knew how ill I must be. I left thinking I would not get ESA but I did and sent away for my esa 85. I was surprised to read in the report that the hcp had put down information he had gained from examining me which I don't think is true. I believe he did this to en
  6. Having had several debt collection companies make contact about a Barclaycard account of which I have no knowledge, and having seen them off with letters from the CAG library, I thought I'd better check my credit report which I have just done via Noddle. I have found to my astonishment that there was a default placed on my credit file for a non-existent account with Barclaycard in July 2012 and have no idea how it got there. Bizarrely it is showing payments as being up to date on this non existent account from March 2007 until January 2012 when they started being recorded as late. I
  7. Hi All, I'm new to the site, so apologies if this is posted in the wrong place. I've just checked my credit file with Equifax, and I've noticed that a default has been added onto there that doesn't belong to me from BT. I've just moved out of my father's house into my own place (he has the first inital and surname as me), and it would appear that his defaulted BT account has made it's way onto my credit file! The entry shows "Mr J XXXX" and the date of birth field is blank. The amount is only small, at £50 but this has absolutely destroyed my credit score! I've spoken to my
  8. I am reporting the exceptionally poor customer service from play.com which I have received since first attempting to purchase a product from them in time for Christmas. Their latest so-called communication adds insult to injury by suggesting that we fill in some form in order to return a product to them. We have never received the product we ordered on 6/12/2010 and 56 days later, we are still waiting for an adequate explanation and a refund from play.com. They have delayed again and again in dealing with this issue which has caused us considerable inconvenience. It is clear that p
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