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  1. I am in the process of a complaint regarding my late Father's estate. His medical insurer have withheld information relating to who provided his healthcare since 2009. Medical records are available to me under the Access to Health Record Act and I have requested this from a number of institutions which formed part of a litigation process surrounding invalid/ potentially fraudulent Wills. The health insurer stated that it would be a breach of the DPA to provide this information and invited me to gain appropriate legal status. At great expense, I did. They still refused to provide me with t
  2. Complaint regarding Barclays after i lost my job and had to make reduced payments. Barclays defaulted one of my credit card accounts after 7 months of arrears. They defaulted the other after 10 months. I complained that the second default date was completely inaccurate and asked for it to be changed to one similar to my other account. The adjudicator upheld my complaint but Barclays would not accept his decision and complained. The adjudicator then changed his mind saying he had not taken into account Barclays internal procedures which resulted in the delay. I showed that the
  3. Afternoon all, I moved into our house via a mutual exchange 2 years ago. Since then I have been receiving some debt collectors for the previous tenants. I have sent them back - no longer at this address etc, and even rung the companies saying they don't live here they live at my old address, both have said they will take the address off but still they come. So I am now going to send there letters back with a invoice for my time and see what happens with that. Will let you know how I get on JJ
  4. Hi all, first post of many, I hope we can all help each other to make life a little better. My problem is i had a lazy solicitor acting for me who acted on his own volition which was not favorable to the outcome of my situation, in short it cost me a bucket load of money and i've been to stressed out to deal with the situation.To start i did write at the time to the firm to make my complaint clear which was 2years ago now, my question is ,does the 6 year rule apply to taking action against a solicitor for negligence.thank you any help .
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