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  1. I'm writing on behalf of my sister in law, she left school at 16 and had a family young. Now several years later with four young girls she has worked hard to get the qualifications to begin her degree. Due to my brother working she has had to place the two youngest children in child care, this child care and degree acceptance was based on (documented) information given by student finance stipulating they would offer financial assistance. After a torrid 6 months of chasing student finance, raising a family and studying full time she has received a letter informing her
  2. So... Lets see where to start. Back in March I purchased a Surface Pro 3 Keyboard, Knowing that i was going to purchase a SP3 at somepoint in April. That I did. It remained in storage for a while until I purchased a SP3 and decided to use them together. When i started using it, I noticed a rather severe battery drain that would kill the battery life of my SP3 when attached. When not attached, it was fine. Lasting almost 8 hours with one use. So I returned it back to Curry's while I was home in Portsmouth for a quick holiday. They said to me that they would take it awa
  3. I took out a deal through mobiles.co.uk at the beginning of this month and I wasn't made aware of any imminent price rise. Where do I stand? Absolutely fuming to be honest! My webchat with o2 came out with this cracking quote ; Quote: Originally Posted by O2 if you would have contacted us on chat or visited our O2 store, then we would have given you all the information. They were basically saying I should have went to a store to get info on the price rise so it was my fault for buying online! They constantly said it's in the terms which I never received anyway. I did read a
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