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  1. Hello, Has anyone made a claim directly to claim compensation for mis sold solar panels I have had a solicitors contacting me claiming people are being successful getting their agreements cancelled and refunded money they paid from the start. Also, they get to keep their panels and feed in tariffs! However they charge 30% fee plus 20% VAT! I want to do this myself. Anyone been through this road? Anyone?
  2. Banks and consumer groups are to work together to deliver real change for high street banking customers, the British Bankers’ Association announces today. The BBA is launching a new Consumer Panel chaired by Citizens Advice Chief Executive Gillian Guy which will meet for the first time in the coming weeks. The aim is to bring together consumer advocates, leading charities and senior bankers to identify areas where banks can improve the service they offer to customers. The industry has already identified some areas where they want to make progress such as: simplifying the small print that banks use making savings rates easier to understand and compare looking at providing help to people with serious illnesses or physical disabilities to allow them to delegate to carers the ability to bank on their behalf helping customers with critical illnesses such as cancer before they go into arrears on mortgage re-payments improving access to bank branches such as providing wheelchair access to all services and installing talking ATMs The BBA is also setting up a new Service Improvement Group of senior bankers which will drive forward implementation of the changes agreed at the Consumer Panel. http://www.bba.org.uk/media/article/bba-consumer-panel-will-deliver-real-benefits-for-bank-customers
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