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  1. Hi all, I recently sent a parcel (a glass splashback) via Hermes. I stated the value of the splashback (£44.99) when purchasing the courier service (which cost £7.99), but took the minimum insurance of up to £20. I checked before sending and their help pages stated: I was prepared to take the risk of the package being damaged as it was reinforced glass, and packaged well. Hermes lost the parcel, however are refusing to refund postage or offer any compensation due to the following clause elsewhere in their T+Cs: I can understand Hermes not compensating for damage to an
  2. Hi I have received a Magistrates Liability Order for 2 people who do not live at my address and the debt relates to a different address they have advised they will be taking goods in the next few days !!! Help I cannot get any advice
  3. 6.30 am - knock at door. Look through window. Evident bailiff. 6.35am - once he was off my front garden went out and spoke to him. Seeking my ex partner from August 2016. 6.45am - provided driving licence from inside house, my car was clamped. 6.50am - my car was now clamped for a fine that had nothing to do with me and not my name on the court warrant. 6.55am - I remained calm and was told on presenting my identification to take my ugly mug back inside 8.30 - phoned authority who's parking services team advised me no discussion until full payment is made I said I am n
  4. I have seperated from my partner ex partner just over a year ago and some how I'd allowed her too put all of our debts into my name. Shock horror when we split up she stopped paying for them and I today had a bailiff call from Andrew jones enforcement. They've apparently sent out 6/7 letters too my previous address but I have only received one at this address. today he visited and has told my partner if I don't phone him within the hour he is going too be back too arrest me. Firstly the debt is £410 from council tax. The original amount owed was £80. I have
  5. I'm not sure if I have a case? I was a first time buyer if that helps to say in my case? Just looking through my files, the first year (aug 2001) of my mortgage for PPI all I can find is the Halifax mortgage letter saying thank you for applying for a mortgage "As the loan amount you require exceeds our basic lending limit it is necessary for us to arrange additional mortgage security. you will be advised of the fee in due course. Please note that if you are borrowing less than 90% of the lower of the valuation or purchase price we are currently paying this premium." Then on t
  6. Ok here is the deal. Around Feb 14 - We had a parking fine in Swansea council car park. Appealed to the council, got rejected. Went to the court (TEC) and the amount reached £82. Andrew James got involved, TEC helpline suggested I do an out of time application. Somebody from Andrew James visited the business premises to inform us that we need to pay £392. He went away that time without much hassle. Did out of time application but the appeal was rejected. Amount o/s at this time - £82 I spoke with Swansea Council who didn't accept the payment and told that I d
  7. I have been visited twice by Andrew James Enforcement Ltd in Swansea due to an outstanding council tax bill. I do not deny my owing and on the visit we met, I was courteous and polite (as was he). However on both counts, it is my belief that they were applying more charges than lawful, on three walking possession orders, the same items were listed but charging multiple times; this has been challenged and won many times it seems. One levy was frivolous but despite my providing evidence and precedent in a complaint to the council, they simply withdrew Andrew James Enforcement Ltd's involvem
  8. My favourite musician of all times a real gentleman. Saw many of his concerts when he visited the UK. No1 Forum
  9. Hi there, Andrew James are enforcing for a parking ticket which was from March 2013. The car was sold not long after, and I also moved address. Andrew James state they have sent letters and made visits to the former address to get the ticket paid for. For some reason they have now identified one of my gf's work premises as my home and are enforcing the debt there threatening to remove goods for auction... I have nothing to do with either her business, nor the address in question. Also the car was never registered to the business or the address they are enforcing. I do
  10. Hi, We arrived home from work to find a distress notice: seizure of goods & inventor, posted through our door inside a white envelope that looked like it had been hand delivered. There are charges for two previous visits, but this is the first we have heard from them!! My husbands car was parked on driveway and they have written details of car on form. When my husband phoned Andrew James office, they demanded full payment of arrears to which my husband explained was impossible to pay. They were rude to him and then put phone down on him. I have phoned them to
  11. Does anyone want to share their issues with Brian James Furnishings in Cannock, Staffordshire? Tested the water at the store last June and bought a great chair and was very pleased with customer service. I know the store had bad press with the ex-Director banned from setting up a company for a few years so I figured I would risk it for a biscuit. Bought a sofa bed in January this year and I'm now in dispute with the company. Occasional piece of furniture not sat on often and the seat cushions have proved to be unsupportive and give me a bad back because they sink into the frame. Wh
  12. Hi I am after some advice! My sister has had a bit of trouble paying her council tax and it appears that the arrears was sent to Andrew James Enforcement Limited who are a bailiff. She has not received any communication from this company until she had a knock on the door yesterday. She wasn't at home at the time, and they posted a red removal notice through her door. The notice says that they had attended to Remove her goods and take them to auction. The amount due on the notice is £367. Are the bailiffs allowed to issue a red final notice without prior communication?
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