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  1. In order to keep the Bailiff forums a bit tidier it was decided to provide a new section where those who wish to discuss - provide information or press releases could do this. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/forumdisplay.php?474-Bailiffs-and-Enforcement-Industry-General-discussions This will allow those new threads where people are asking for specific help, to be more visible. It will also make searching for information or discussion threads easier to locate. The new section is open to EVERYONE, even those visitors who are not registered. Links for those who
  2. In order to keep the Bailiff forums a bit tidier it was decided to provide a new section where those who wish to discuss - provide information or press releases could do this. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/forumdisplay.php?474-Bailiffs-and-Enforcement-Industry-General-discussions This will allow those new threads where people are asking for specific help, to be more visible. It will also make searching for information or discussion threads easier to locate. The new section is open to EVERYONE, even those visitors who are not registered. Links for those who
  3. Hi, Several years ago (within the Statute of Limitations 6 years), a previous landlord got an Order of Possession in his favor in court re 2 months rent arrears. That very same day, whilst I was out, he changed the locks and when I got back, told me that ALL of my goods had been "thrown away at the dump" i.e. including, computers, televisions, laptops, new white goods etc... At the time, when legal aid was readily accessible I got a solicitor to write to him, with an itemized inventory, with items priced at "second hand replacement value", which totaled about £5000. Since t
  4. Hi i was working for a company in the public sector , one of the things in my defense is the basic fact that they was in breach of contract because .... The manager forced me into taking a break at the end of the duty which i am claiming effected my performance According to ACAS It's extremely important that workers take breaks. Studies have shown that heavy workloads and stress can make workers less productive, increase the risk of mistakes, and affect health. and should have their break at some point during the middle of there shift rather than adding the break to the end or begin
  5. I though that this one might interest you as lidl's have today made the following statement in a Scotiish (Midlothian) newspaper. All Lidl UK car parks are equipped with signage informing those parking there of any time limitations, as well as the penalties imposed should they remain over the allowed time.
  6. The Family Mobile scheme looks really great. Very cheap call rates and SMS rates, automatic top-up, no minimum monthly spend, no expiry of credit. Also, they are partnered with IKEA so you expect that the quality is going to be good in every respect. I decided to get a couple for my kids who are going away for a few weeks this summer. I am so disappointed so far. The Sim cards arrived - without instructions, without PUK numbers, without the default PIN number. The website didn't work correctly so that it became impossible to activate them without help from the Family Mobile
  7. Hi Press release by CAB on the Goverments decision to give OFT powers to suspend consumer credit licenses with immediate effect. http://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/press_20120719 Interesting
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