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  1. I am wondering where I stand with this. I have been told that Dukes Bailliffs made a visit to my workplace today. They handed a letter to one of my employees. However this letter had my contact name but another companies address, which is just around the corner, said employee thought it was for them and they had got names mixed up. the company opened the letter which they found was from Dukes Bailliffs but was infact for me. I had my name and personal address inside, saying the same old thing. We have visited your home today and you have 7 days to get in conta
  2. Hi all Firstly apologies this is my first time posting, have had a good look around the site and am very impressed. I've been able to kind of answer my question by studying other posts here but would appreciate peoples opinions if they have time. I defaulted on a HSBC current account that was overdrawn in September 2009. The amount was approx. £4000 and was mostly unfair charges from the bank. I did attempt reclaiming charges prior to default but in the end just gave up, cowardly I know. Since 2009 I've moved addresses a few times and had letters from Compello Group
  3. I've just received a £100 penalty charge notice from Parking Eye for parking at the Marriott Hotel Waltham Abbey. The signs were very clear and I therefore paid my £3 charge for the allotted time. I don't understand why I received a notice - I paid my money and parked within the time constraints. Parking Eye do not issue you with a pay and display print out ticket so how can I prove I paid the money??? Any replies would be grateful please.
  4. The Prankster has blogged about a British Parking Association advisory panel meeting; http://parking-prankster.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/bpa-drop-requirement-for-charge-to-be.html
  5. Hi, I have had nothing but grief for a few years from my employer. A local council. I have put in a few complaints of bullying, being treated differently etc but always tried to just do my job. I have challeneged my employer in the correct process but it is very much an old boys club Yesterday I was suspended on a possible gross misconduct charge of theft of council time and frog marched out the building. I admitted to using the internet but I have to alot as I am the only person that does my job and I network with other specialists around the country for advice. I have to do this as
  6. Hi, I'll be brief with my explanation but here goes.. purchased samsung gs3 phone from a tesco phone shop on t-mobile contract 17/08/2012 2 year warranty faulty about 9 weeks ago, sent direct to samsung, returned with same fault sent back to samsung, returned faulty contacted consumer direct, they advised me to ask tesco to repair the phone. came back today, still faulty. rang consumer direct back and they forwarded the issue to trading standards. what is the likely outcome of this situ? I just want a working phone...
  7. Hello, we see many complaints on this site about HSBC Managed Loans, but very few outcomes are posted. Is this because, No one is successful They impose a confidentiality agreement in the settlement Complainants give up They send the "Boys" round ? Just a casual enquiry before we start our own compaints process.
  8. hello eveyone Can you help?? I have received a NIP as I am registered keeper. My 22 year old son was driving which I have declared and sent the form back within two days of receiving it. My son is a named driver on the car and the car is fully legal. My worry is that in July 2010 my son had an 18 month ban and fine for drink driving. this has now all passed and he has been a responsible driver since getting his licence back in 2012. He attended the drink driving course and learnt from his immature mistakes. . When they issue the punishment for this speeding offence wi
  9. Hi Latest Individual Voluntary Arrangement Outcome Statistics from the Insolvency Service Website http://www.insolvencydirect.bis.gov.uk/otherinformation/statistics/IVAs/ivas.htm Last post from me for 2013 and on a familiar subject too, no surprises there I suppose as nothing ever really changes some might say! Cheers to everyone on here and lets see what the New Year brings:) W
  10. Right, where to start. Back last year my sister received a letter from the council requesting the last 3 months worth of payslips for her HB claim. She sent these in, waited 2 weeks and was then sent a letter saying she had been overpaid HB and CTB for the past 3 yrs Totalling £4k She disputed this when she had started her new job (3 yrs previous) and filled in a HB &CTB form she over estimated her earning at £7ph working 22 hr per week (written manually on form) as she knew she's be working between 16-20 per week. (new job was as a care worker various shifts no
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