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  1. Hi I am looking for some advice/information on behalf of my son. He has a small window cleaning business. He has also had learning difficulties all of his life, but gets by with a little (lot really!) of help from us. Every so often I check his bank account (Yes, I have his full knowledge and consent) to try and make sure he is managing his money OK and check for 'odd' transactions as he is quite susceptible to being [problem]med, basically he will sign up for anything anybody tells him to. I recently noticed a Direct Debit for £58.00 to a company called RCP Media. I a
  2. Veterans World Magazine promotes awareness of help, advice and support available to the veterans community. From issue 36 (latest issue) the magazine is now only available digitally via the internet as they are no longer producing a paper version. Read More Here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/veterans-world
  3. Hi there! On Sep.26th.2014 I subscribed to receive 3 issues of What-Hifi Magazine for £3. On Oct.20th.2014 I was charged £3 by Direct Debit. I have received 2 issues but yesterday I was charged £24.95 upfront for 6 issues of the magazine which I don't want. I called their customer service and they told me that they cannot cancel the subscription due to their policy. Have they got the right to do this? What would you advise me to do? Thanks in advance for your help! Kind regards! Leandro
  4. I need help in a possibly issue I have with Empire Magazine. Just over 3 months ago, I was called up out of the blue by Bauer Consumer group. They offered me a bunch of subscriptions for magazines, based on some advertising I'd apparently agreed to. I only ever agree to advertising if it's with a company I trust, and never allow 3rd party. When the lady on the phone began to list off the magazines, I recognised who they were. It was from a website where I'd entered a bunch of competitions, and even won a couple. I was offered 3 months of Empire Magazine for just £1.
  5. Parking News-issue 324 October. Private car parking FINES... http://portfolio.cpl.co.uk/Parking-News/324/18/ '£93m paid in private car parking FINES in 2011 according to DVLA'
  6. I bought a subscription to 'The Spectator' magazine as a christmas present, including their offer of a christmas gift of a half-bottle of champagne, pocket diary, and money-off voucher. This was clearly stated on their website before Christmas. However, on confirmation of the subscription, the gift of champagne and a diary (worth £30-40) have been replaced by the gift of a previously unrequested paperback book (worth about £10). It seems that they can do this because the 'gift' is subject to availability. Anyone else have any experience like this, and suggest what fur
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