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Hi, The background story is me and my tutor agreed to meet at his home on Saturday from 9-12 for a three hour tutoring session. I have been to his house 5 times before using a mobile gps. Unfortunately yesterday I was on the motorway, went too far, my mobile wasn't working properly so I had to use my own navigation skills Moreover, I got lost and decided after I would go home because I was freaking out after getting lost and thought I would get more lost. My phone was not working properly so I could not contact him. I got home and my sister was there and used her phone to text m
Hi Everyone, I'm new on here but would be really grateful if some can assist me. I booked some Guarantee pass driving lesson with a company, I failed the test 3 times, throughout my tutition I was calling the company complaining that the instructor was not teaching me correctly. Now that I have failed another test, they have written to me stating they are going to void the contract because they say nether I or my representative told them that I had a medical condition (I am dsylexic) and because a clause in the conditions states. "The Student confirms that he has no medical condition whi
Five years on from the day the global financial crisis officially started and the public are more disillusioned with the banking sector than ever before. As the Parliamentary Inquiry on Banking Standards prepares to get underway, a new Which? survey has found almost three-quarters (71%) of people don’t think UK banks have learnt their lesson from the financial crisis – up from 61% in September 2011. Consumers also have low expectations that the Inquiry will lead to change, with only a quarter of people (26%) confident that it will lead to positive improvements in UK banks. Since the start of t
A friend of mine was in despair following Santander not only charging him for a failed direct debit,but then continued to add further daily charges. He informed me that he had called them and emailed them,explaining that the charges were punitive since his only income is Jobseekers allowance. The fees stood at £55 and were rising. He asked me if I could help,and duly wrote him a letter. I was finding it hard to understand,how a bank like Santander,were openly flouting their obligations. My friend had pleaded with them and explained his situation. Santander of course could see from