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  1. I have been with metro bank for a while now. Apart from printing cards and cheque books in store (Branch). They are not really any different from other banks. they charge the same and will not listen to any complaints you have etc. they will even deny fraudulent transactions on your account without a good excuse. I will be terminating my account with them soon.
  2. Hello everyone yesterday out of stupidity and mostly boredom if i'm completely honest I attempted to shoplift a pair of £15 headphones from Tkmaxx, this is my first time ever shoplifting. Once being caught I was asked to come back into the store halfway down the street, upon entering some little room in side the shop I was searched and my bag and proof of my age, i showed him my provisional , being a bit nervous and realized how silly it was of me to do this I said to the man sorry etc and for wasting his time. Until he goes on to tell me i'm going to
  3. Hi Need some advice i bought my car from a dealer Car Time in Bury Audi A3 S Line 2011 final price once paid will be £15,250, I have had this car back on numerous occasions not for mechanicial faults but for small defects 1. back window wiper washer blocked twice (2 Seperate Trips) this was fixed quickly without any issues as i only had the car a week 2. Interior Mirror came off with slight movement 3. Cambelt Changed due to squeek with car when engine was cold 4. Diesel Filter light kept coming on (now been fixed) 5. Arm Rest Latch Broken - Refuse to Fix Under Warranty
  4. Jeremy Corbyn Ok, ok, calm down, I've got an even funnier one: Shadow Cabinet That really is gut busting stuff
  5. I swear by GOD SAKE I Vodafone Customer Service is HORRIBLE (well, some of you would probably know that) But I can't still believe I waited for 1hr 48 min and got nothing at the end after a failed chat conversation with an RETENTION Agent that seemed to be a comedian, even using LOL in front of my face. I do honestly need some serious advice on this as I am planning to take this to even the last consequences. I can't believe they hire this people and then they just said they are having a friendly approach :!::!: Please help me and advise me how could I counter attack and what co
  6. Been PAYE for the last 50 years now I have finally retired and receive a small private pension and state pension which are fixed amounts the wonderful HMRC insist I go onto Self Assessment and to add insult to injury because they made an error last year they want me to pay £249 in underpaid tax for the year 2011/12.I have advised them that my middle names are Starbuck-Google-Arcadia and I want to negotiate a write off for the £249,to date no reply FS
  7. All we would like to say is that we will NEVER be purchasing another item of any description from Harvey's again. The reason is quite simple. We ordered a sofa on the 22nd June 2014 and we are still awaiting delivery of it, 1 week short of 4mths!! We ordered an extra piece to it and were told it would take 3mths to make/deliver which we were prepared to put up with. At the time of purchase, we stated we wanted it all delivered together. Quite a simple request, or so we thought. We were initially given a delivery date of 22nd Sep, which then changed to 25th Sep, then Oct 8th, then 16th
  8. Hi everyone! I would appreciate any thoughts on the following situation-thanks! My Uncle took out a credit card in the mid 70's. He wrote to the bank in 2008 requesting all of his PPI pmts back plus statutory interest. In the reply he received, the bank blamed him for not raising the issue of the PPI with them sooner, stating that he could have cancelled at any time. Essentially, they claimed they had done nothing wrong but could not provide any p/work to support their assertions that he was provided with the PPI policy, T&C's etc... It is worth pointing out also, t
  9. Had court fine while back never paid it all, paid small amounts coming out of jsa. now recently got a letter from marston saying i have to pay £155 in full i managed to pay £55 so the balance is now £100. i asked them can i clear the 100 next Friday when my wife gets paid. their response was this.(below) I am not happy because i won't be able to afford the charges they now add to the balance is there anything i can do. i have showed am willing to pay and the balance would be cleared next Friday. letter was dated 8th april dont i have so many days br
  10. A woman goes into Discount Fishing Supplies to buy a rod and reel for her grandson's birthday.. She doesn't know which one to get, so she just picks one and goes over to the counter. The salesman is standing there, wearing dark shades. She says, "Excuse me. Can you tell me anything about this rod and reel?" He says, "Madam, I'm completely blind; but if you'll drop it on the counter, I can tell you everything you need to know about it from the sound it makes." She doesn't believe him but drops it on the counter anyway. He says, "Tha
  11. [ATTACH=CONFIG]47433[/ATTACH] I was at the bar the other night and overheard three very hefty women talking at the bar. Their accent appeared to be Scottish, so I approached and asked, "Hello, are you three lassies from Scotland ?" One of them angrily screeched, "It's Wales, Wales you bloody idiot!" So I apologized and replied, "I am so sorry. Are you three whales from Scotland ?" And th
  12. Having spent 3 days trying to access customer services via their BTChat I gave up. Spoke to customer services - got a Sales idiot who assured me they could provide me with BT Infinity at my new address because I was such a valued customer - even though she did not know the postcode that I was moving to - lies and more lies. Spoke to another customer services lady and eventually managed to give notice to terminate my services. Received confirmatory email with details (Order Number: HMNIAZZ05500357406) of what would be charged by way of early termination charges. My BT serv
  13. WE have fully comprehensive car insurance with HD. We were hit by another driver last week damaging the back of our car. We phoned HD that night and they dutifully arranged to have our car picked up and a courtesy car dropped to us 5 days later. We have a Honda Civic SE Ctdi 2.3 5 door and we have THREE children.... they have given us a pathetic Peugeot 103 which only seats FOUR!!! Our car will take at least 10 days to repair so how do we transport our children around??? Nationwide are a joke. They claim that the ONLY car they have to use as courtesy cars are these!! Hastings Direct told my hu
  14. Orderd my ususal online shopping last night as usual totalling £125.39 with a delivery slot of 1-3pm I waited and waited, no shopping arrived so I rang the store and they said "your payment was not authorised by your bank" ummm dont think I would do a shop without any money in my bank so I rang the bank who kindly told me.......YES ASDA did take the money for my shopping the total of £125.39 at 8.02am today and gave me the authorisation number of the transaction. The guy even said there is nothing on my account whatsoever that would stop a payment going out. Went on my online banking ac
  15. First Christmas Joke Three men died on Christmas Eve and were met by Saint Peter at the pearly gates. 'In honor of this holy season' Saint Peter said, 'You must each possess something that symbolizes Christmas to get into heaven.' The Englishman fumbled through his pockets and pulled out a lighter. He flicked it on. 'It's a candle', he said. 'You may pass through the pearly gates' Saint Peter said. The Scotsman reached into his pocket and pulled out a set of keys. He shook them and said, 'They're bells.' Saint Peter s
  16. This is bad taste, but Radio Ulster were spoofed into reading out a joke. http://panicdots.com/2012/10/bbc-radio-ulster-read-out-jimmy-savile-joke-live-on-air-by-mistake/
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