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  1. The Issue One of the neighbouring offices at my place of work has recently added an EE signal booster box to their office, which effectively acts as a 3G mast which then routes all calls though their internet connection. You can't opt in or opt out to this like on Vodafone or other networks, if someone has one on EE, your EE phone will simply use that connection when in range. I used to get a moderate 4G signal in my office without any call quality issues, but now my phone has a full 3G signal instead. Their internet connection is terrible and my mobile internet often cuts off and ca
  2. I was living in a rented room in a property. One of the exterior walls of the house collapsed on 8th Feb 2016 leaving it unsafe and having to move out in 3 days. Because of the collapse and where scaffolding has been erected to make the house safe my car (which at the time was unmovable) has now been blocked in and there is no other exit or way of getting it out other than down the driveway. The car is a high value race car which and so an agreement was made in writing to have the car removed by 29th Feb 2016. The scaffolding is still there and agency has said the scaffolding now won’t be rem
  3. Hello, First off, I didn't realise that forums like this existed and have already found some great discussions! I am a relative newbie to all of this, so thanks in advance for the help/tips. I have been storing some belongings for a friend for several months now in my home. They have remained in bags in my living room and there are around 6-7 blacksacks of goods there. Due to unfortunate circumstances our friendship has ended, however I still have the items in my house. I am attempting to get the chap to come and collect the items, however he is being suprisingly unwilling to claim t
  4. Hi Guys I'm looking for a bit of advice and I hope someone out there will be able to help me. Here goes with my story: I moved into a rented Housing Association flat 3 years ago, the reason I moved there in the first place was because I was unfortunate to have been broken into in my previous flat so the housing association moved me. My previous Gas supplier for my old flat was Scottish Gas and I paid by direct debit, I filled in the online form to say I was moving and provided my new address etc. I received various communications saying my account was almost
  5. hi guys i have posted threads on here before and have been given some good advice so thought id try for some opinions on this issue. ill try and put as much info as i can so sorry if i go on a bit. I have recently been on part time hours at work due to depression from the tragic death of our 4 year old son. Landlord knows about this as it was all over the news and he laid flowers at our door. We have been living here for 18 months and to be fair to landlord in the first 6 months we weren't always on time with the rent and he would turn up unannounced on many occasions asking why it
  6. hi , i am new user here and i dont know the forum very well so please i need help about Tort Notice act 1977 ( interference with goods) my land landord issue me on 8th of feb 2013 , i have a shop and i have unpaid rent on 6th of feb 2013 my landlord send an agent while my shop was close because we open at 11 am , they came and change locks and every thing when we went for opening a shop lock was changed with out any notice or any thing i dont know can he do that by law ?? and i havent received my tort notice yet i recived an email from my landlord att
  7. Just a quickie. My wife failed once again to qualify for AA. The reason cited by the DWP was because of the GP's report. As of yet we are undecided as if she wants to appeal, or put in another fresh claim in 6 months time. She cannot cope with appeals. Unfortunately, it seems that the report was completed by another GP in the practice who failed to notice the reports that had been received from the consultant that clearly indicated substantial needs day and night. I asked the GP for a copy of the report that was sent. That was last Tuesday. On Friday, I had another
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