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  1. I placed an order in early December 2018 for a surround-sound speaker system, along with HDMI leads. The items mostly turned up on time, but the HDMI leads were "awaiting stock from the manufacturer". I have since had a to-&-fro via email with the online supplier (a well-established UK company, who also has several physical stores in the UK). I have now been told via Phone that the leads have been cancelled/recalled by the manufacturer due to a quality issue, & cannot be supplied. This leaves me out-of-pocket by just under £200.00. The phone-discussion I've had with the online re
  2. Hi all Not sure if any of you are familiar with this, there was a watchdog piece in 2010 about Vauxhall Astra's and Zafira's having issues with their horn. The title of the story was "Horn that doesn’t warn". The fault was that if the vehicles lights were on the horn failed to work, you could dim the dash lights down almost to the point where you cannot see the speedo and the horn would work again. Vauxhall supposedly recalled all vehicles and fitted a clamp/clip to the steering column which they say remedied the problem. Here are 2 links one being the
  3. Precautionary Recall - Children’s Blackcurrant Cough Syrup READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/precautionary-recall-childrens-blackcurrant-cough-syrup
  4. A google search led me here as I'm in the same boat as MadMat. I received a call yesterday, 21.11.17, from Cabot and the caller asked if I was free to speak to which I replied 'absolutely not'. This was true as I was just leaving for work at 07.45. Today I received a letter dated 17.11.17 saying they have recently confirmed I live at my address. I am in the process of moving house and can only think that the company that did the tenant referencing (I had to supply 10 years of addresses) passed my details on because I'm usually careful about sharing my details. I have
  5. On the 4th November 2016 a decree was granted against me for the sum of £1550, I was in attendance however had no defence at the time. I had absolutely no knowledge of the matter and very little paperwork. The matter relates to money paid to a bank account by the Student Awards Agency For Scotland. I'm 49 and not a student. They claimed that several payments were made to me via a Lloyds Bank account very recently. No money had been paid to me and I believe it was an administrative error on their part, the bank account in question is not my bank account but on the day I had not
  6. Are you one of the four million Whirlpool tumble dryer owners, sold under the Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda brands, which have been affected by a fault which can cause fires? Are you still waiting for a repair, nearly a year after Whirlpool issued a safety notice? Are you still using it despite London Fire Brigade reccomending customers to stop using them immediately? Well, now a decision by the Ombudsman means that you may be able to obtain a refund from your credit card provider. Unwilling to accept a fire hazard in his home for almost 12 months, one consumer took his case
  7. I have 2 issues in one really. I will try to explain it all aswell as I can in the first post so as not to dripfeed. last month there was fraud on my bank account. I have absolutely no idea how as I have previously asked for a 50 pound overdraft to see me through a very hard time and was told I could not have one, which is fair enough. I am currently not working due to ill health so its completely understandable that I cannot have credit. However, for some reason my bank allowed a VERY large transfer/payment to leave my account, taking me very overdrawn, to the tune of n
  8. I bought my car in Feb 2015. It was an ex-demo model and I bought direct from the manufacturer as they have their own showrooms. It came with a 1yr warranty. Its had several issues and already spent 6 weeks back with them as they diagnosed and fixed and ECU fault. In early Jan I got a letter to say the car had been recalled for a safety issue (throttle sticking on) and it was arranged that they would collect the car on Feb 19 for the work. The work is quick, no more than a few hours work. The work was finally complete this weekend. After much p
  9. Hi there, I bought a tumble dryer from Brighthouse on November 2014. I was made aware of the dryer recal exactly 12 months later (not by Brighthouse) and I registered it for a repair and have been drying clothes on the radiators since. I have two kids so this is not convenient to say the least. However I finally got a reply from Hotpoint saying at the earliest may for the modifications. So I contacted Brighthouse to see what they were willing to do as I didn't find this acceptable. I'm paying £7 a week for a dryer that is not fit for purpose, I'm aware that the status is that we ca
  10. I bought a "Hell's Kitchen" Pan Set from Studio about 6 months ago. 2 days before Christmas, they sent me a product recall for the pans, informing me that I should stop using then immediately. This, just two days before cooking the most stressful meal of the year! No replacement, no apology, nothing! Recall Letter The second letter they sent stated they wanted everything back (pans, roaster & utensils etc). They have said if I don't return everything, I will not be refunded. I replaced the pans but did not consider that they would want the items that were OK
  11. EE are recalling up to 500,000 Power Bars among safety concerns, brought about by overheating. To find the model number, you should look down the side of the Power Bar You should immediately return those with the model number ‘E1-06′ to your nearest store and EE have sent texts to all customers that have bought a Power Bar, informing them of this recall. It will also have more information and a website link, where you’ll find everything you need to know. You can check out more by visiting the EE recall website, here. Obviously, you should stop using the gadget immediately.
  12. http://www.mobilenewscwp.co.uk/2015/08/05/exclusive-ee-recalling-500000-power-bars/
  13. Vauxhall has warned owners of around 3,000 vehicles to stop driving them until they have been inspected because of a steering problem. The UK carmaker said those affected are Adam and Corsa/Corsavan models registered since May 2014, which had been manufactured with a steering system part "that did not meet specification".
  14. Not mine, but my mothers. It's an A3 2 litre estate (2007 plate) that has just been taken by them for a replacement set of injectors under a recall issued a few weeks back. The only issue is, late last year the car went into the same garage for a misfire and they replaced 2 injectors then at a cost of 1550 pounds (there was some other small work at the time - fluids and a fault in the washer bottle delivery - but the top end parts and labour constituted the bulk of the cost). Naturally mum isn't too pleased with Audi now confirming there was a fault all along. Is it something s
  15. In July 2011, a product recall was issued for a fault in a batch of 632,000 Bosch dishwashers, sold between 1999 and 2005 which, in some circumstances, can cause fire. To date only 25% have been traced meaning that 478,940 remain unaccounted for and are still potentially dangerous. http://www.itv.com/news/2013-03-15/a-million-potentially-unsafe-electricals-could-be-in-uk-homes/ You can find out if your dishwasher is included in this repair action here: http://www.repairaction.co.uk/
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