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  1. Hi folks First time posting, so apologies if this seems a little amateurish. We had a loan back in 2004 that was spread over 20yrs, but it included PPI that was only going to be "live" in effect for the first 5yrs of the loan and would only pay a maximum of 12mths if I was out of work. We've settled it early but wonder if we can claim anything back ?? As a result of it being included as a front-loaded charge and being spread over the 20yrs, it cost almost £6k more than it would have if we had taken the loan over 20yrs and a separate PPI loan over the 5yrs. Anyone have any ideas if this can be used as a claim for a refund ?? Many thanks
  2. Hello I went to see a used car I found through Auto Trader at a Bristol dealership today. I liked that car and went home and looked up the dealership to check out their credentials. It was Tiley Motors (on the business card), also known as Tiley of Bristol (website). According to Companies House they are "dissolved". How do I check this out for certain? Can I ask them? Who can I call? Is it possible that they are trading illegitimately?
  3. I recently saw this website www.hasmyidentitybeenstolen.com advertised/mentioned on the front page of our local free paper. http://malvernobserver.co.uk/news/information-10000-malvern-residents-sold-dark-web/ also here http://www.bromsgrovestandard.co.uk/2014/09/16/news-Fraudsters-have-details-of-Bromsgrove-and-South-Brum-people-116569.html Being the pessimistic cynic that I am I was wondered if it is a legitimate service or a tool for more data harvesting, having wormed their way onto the public. Thanks for looking Winger
  4. Hi I have handed my notice in at work and as required am working out my notice in line with the company rules (1 month). Staff are paid salary (I am not hourly paid) on 25th of each month (or earlier if the 25th is a weekend or bank holiday) i.e. 12 times a year x 1/12th Salary My last day of work falls on November 23rd which is pay day for that month. I have now been told that I am only entitled to an amount equivalent to 17 days pay as this is all of the days I will have worked in November. Even though this is one calender month after last pay day. I have now been told that we are paid partly in arrears / partly in credit and that the salary payment on the 25th of each month is to cover that 'whole' month. This is not stated in the contract of employment or employee's handbook, all that is stated is that we will be paid on or around the 25th. Is what I am being told by the company legitimate or not? Thanks
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