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  1. Hi, My ex came over to see our daughter. My elder daughter lent him her car whilst he was here. It's registered to her and was SORN at the time as she was intending to sell it. My ex got stopped for DUI and the car was taken to a garage. My daughter wasn't told about this at the the but found out 2 weeks later, we went to the garage to retrieve the car only to be told that the police had sold it! Is this possible? Thanks Rebecca
  2. I have been on income related ESA in the Support Group for about 4 years now. All the time I have been on ESA I have lived with family members and recieved no other benefits such as housing benefit etc. At some point over the next month or so I will be moving in with a partner. My partner earns over the threshold I will lose all benefits once I move in with them. The house my partner has bought earlier this year is currently being renovated and due to my ill health I cannot move in until the work is complete which will hopefully be soon but I have no definate date. As far as I know I nee
  3. Currently I receive income related ESA and have done for a few years now. Presently I live with my parents but my significant other has just bought a house and wants me to move in. My significant other earns over £30k a year so that takes use above the limit for being eligable for benefits I believe so I need to inform the DWP to inform them of the change and my benefit money will stop. The house they have bought needs a lot of work done to it and so I don't think I will move in until september at the earliest as due to my illness I am unable to live there while work is
  4. numan

    informing DVLA

    I had a stroke in december 2014 and wasn't told that i had to tell dvla, didnt even enter my mind to be honest as i was paralyzed down left side and had no thoughts of driving. After six months of rehabilitation I am now fit enough to drive again but my problem is.... do i need to still inform dvla even if as my doc says im now perfectly capable.
  5. I am finally moving. I pick my keys up on Frday. We're going to start moving stuff in on Friday and are having stuff delivered the following week. So, as far as DWP are concerned, when am I actually classed as having had moved? IE, when do I have to tell them my new address and my entitlement to SDP?
  6. I had a 3 dongle for years and was paying for it without using it for a while. One day I went on my digital banking and cancelled the Direct Debit. I didn't think anything of it but I've now been passed onto a Debt Collection Agency. I've read all sorts of stuff about court action and poor credit rating now. I now realise that I probably breached the contract. I'd happily pay the final month if that is what they are pursuing. What is the likely outcome if these situations? Do the Debt Collectors add on all sorts of charges?
  7. The other day myself and 2 colleagues were shopping and as we left the store one of us got stopped and it transpires she had stolen a packet of sweets. She claims she wasn't taken into an office and was dealt with in the shop floor. The police were not called but the store manager said he would inform our employer as he had a duty of care due to the hysterical state she was in. The security guard also allegedly stated that he knew all 3 of us had been taking things. The next day we were all summons to head office as the sore manager had phoned our employer
  8. I checked by bank account this evening and SP have decided to take over £600. I recently moved house from rented to mortgaged. I transferred my account from the rented property knowing I had £600 winter debt I put up my monthly DD. I have mail redirection from the rented property to come to my new property and therefore can safety say I have received no correspondence to state this will happen. I am now financially insecure for the rest of the month because of this and not very happy. Can SP do this to me without any warning. If they would have sent a letter I would have
  9. i seem to remember that one of the regulators instructed the banks to contact by letter informing them that they hadd ppi on loan and how to reclaim has anyone received one yet
  10. We were not informed of the transfer of childrens accounts when Halifax was no longer with Bank of Scotland and the loss of interest which shocked me as I opened the account starting at 10% going down to 6% but when it was transferred without my knowledge it was 1% you can imagine how shocked I was as I was not given the opportunity to move this money elsewhere and I think it should be looked into as to why this happened.
  11. Hi, We are having a really bad experience with a lettings agent at the moment. We are relocating to a new county and have found the perfect place to rent. We travelled to view the property 2 weeks ago, but an hour before the viewing (when we had arrived in the county), we were called by the agent to inform us they had to cancel the appointment as they didn't have the set of keys in the office and the MD had disappeared with them. We were naturally furious - my other half had taken the afternoon off work to view the property and we are in a hurry to move. There are no other properties i
  12. As published by BIS in May,the codes will include; a good practice customer charter explaining how the loan works and the costs involved; a commitment to inform customers three days before money is withdrawn; increased transparency about loan repayment so that consumers can make informed decisions and are not surprised by hidden payments; more help for customers in financial difficulty by freezing charges and interest; robust credit and affordability assessments to ensure loans are suitable for the customer’s situation; and effective compliance monitoring
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