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  1. Not necessarily looking for help, just a heads up to steer clear of nPower and the 'Too Good to be True' offers pedalled by the now infamous (Dragons Den) 'Look after my Bills!' (sic). So, along with millions of other people I signed up with LAMB (to the slaughter!!). nPower came along and offered me a deal £40 pcm cheaper than I was paying to BG. A Side-by-Side comparison of the two tariff's and standing charges did indeed seem to be cheaper. A £40 pcm saving though, too good to be true. I queried it but signed up anyway. The atrocious nPower didn't take any payments from me, despi
  2. Hi My daughter's ex registered a car at our address - we didn't know he did it at the time and he didn't have our permission. I remember him chasing her for a log book but don't know if he ever got it. He has since had a penalty notice from a borough council which has been referred to Newlyn bailiffs. The bailiff posted a letter through my door just now saying he will be back in 24 hours to take an inventory and I have to prove that none of the goods belong to this lowlife. I rang the bailiff (big mistake probably) and explained the situation but he doesn't want to know. I to
  3. Hello, My ex hubby and I took out a loan in 2003 with Citi financial, it was never paid off due to running into difficulties. It is now been paid through the courts. After reading the paperwork from Reston solicitors we noticed we had paid ppi on the loan of £2373.53. I want to claim it back if possible but I have to much going on in my life to do it myself so want someone to recommend a company who don't charge the earth to claim it back for me. Thanks in advance, Debbie
  4. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0SVzqxG8b4
  5. I have a £12.5k debt to Nationwide that was sold to MKDP. On 30th September 2015 the debt will be statute barred however on 27th November 2013 MKDP issued a claim in court to which I put in a defence - to do with exorbitant charges I think but I can't remember now. I have not heard anything since does this mean that the debt is fixed for them to come back anytime or will it be barred on 30th September 2015 if I hear nothing from them. Now that Hoist have hold it of it I doubt it will get that far would it be better to contact them
  6. Have a read here https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2015/02/24/10000-motorists-names-and-addresses-published-online-by-parking-fine-company/
  7. My partner had an accident just over 3 months ago which left us without his wage and to cut a long story short, he is now disabled. DLA hasn't been sorted out yet, ESA has......so to cover for a while pay day loans were taken out, and as ashamed and embarrassed as I am I need to talk to someone, all I want to do is cry all the time. They are as follows PaydayUK - 516.00 Paydayexpress - 425.00 minicredit - 156.00 WagedayAdvance - 388.50 1monthloan - 80.20 Lendingstream - 123.50 I am more than happy to cancel card as I have another anyway where my wage goes into. but I'm just
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