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  1. For the full story see ..... HERE http://www.ibnlive.com/news/tech/microsoft-forcing-in-windows-10-to-pcs-what-you-can-do-about-it-1199507.html http://www.dispatchtribunal.com/microsoft-to-shove-windows-10-down-your-throat/13922/
  2. Hi, New to the forum and looking for some advice with this situation that i've found myself in. I have a car that i use for track day events and i decided to buy some racing seats for it with the appropriate fitting kit for my car. I sent an email to the supplier to ask for advice on the type of fitting kit required to go with the seats that i wanted and he kindly told me what i needed and he would provide me a package deal. After purchasing the items and getting around to installing, it turns out that the fitting kit for my car is not a direct bolt on unit as i was sold upon. There are further modifications to be made that i was not made aware of that require metal fabrication. If that was known at the time then i would have save the £200+ in fitting kit costs and just had the seats fitted that was in the first place. What the hell was the need for a fitting kit then!? When i called the supplier i was told that when i purchased the fitting kit i would have been told this and no member of staff would forget to say this as it's a family business and they all know what they are doing. Hilarious! I was also told that the fitting kit could not be returned as per comments on their website. I explained that i spoke to a member of staff on the phone and never purchased through their website i called and went on their advice over the phone and via emals but they are still denying the return of the fitting kit. I want to keep the seats however. Attached are emails showing what's been going on. If anyone can help me with this it would be greatly appreciated as i've recently started my own business since being made redundant and my spare time is greatly tied up just now to go back and forward with the supplier. From: GSM Sport Seats Date: 21 March 2013 14:42:53 GMT To: colin Subject: Re: GSM Quick Contact Hi Thank you for your email. I have gone through the invoice and order: 13333 and realized the date of the order and delivery details. Just a few points I need to draw your attention towards: · The confirmation of parts not to be used is well outside our standard policy for returning items. · As per terms and conditions sub-frames and fitting equipment are non-returnable due to the safety nature of the product. Once ordered this are non-returnable straight away · We do allow for seat returns with the standard 15% returns charge as outlined in the welcome pack we send out but these are not the items which you want to return I have looked through the parts and they are non stocked items that we and the 2 UK Sparco distributors do not keep in stock. So they are special order only. For all the above reasons, the time scale until notification, the items in question, the terms and conditions section 1 and 2 and special order I would not be able to take those items back. But as a good will gesture any further products you may need I can provide a returning customer discount. This also applies to brakes. Kind Regards: Garreth Sleigh GSM Performance Sport Seats ---------------------------------------------------------------------- On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 8:52 AM, GSM Sport Seats wrote: Hi Thank you for your email I am running slightly behind on replies while my apprentice is off. However I will look into this and get back to you by the end of today. Kind Regards: Garreth Sleigh GSM Performance Sport Seats ---------------------------------------------------------------------- On Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 9:33 PM, colin dorward wrote: Garreth As discussed early last week I wish to return the following as it was not required: 2 * Sparco side mounts £38.50 2 * Sparco runners £32.00 2 * Sparco Evo 6 frames £61.08 Please supply me with a customer returns number for refund purposes. Thanks Colin Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2012 09:09:04 +0000 Hi O.k for this set up you will need: 2 * Sparco Pro 2000 seats £372.00 2 * Sparco side mounts £38.50 2 * Sparco runners £32.00 2 * Sparco Evo 6 frames £61.08 This will allow the side mounted competition seats to fit using a base mounted vehicle specific mount. So we can do a full package price including delivery for £999.99 How's that? Kind Regards: Garreth Sleigh GSM Performance Sport Seats ---------------------------------------------------------------------- On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 11:17 PM Hi I am looking for a bundle price including delivery for 2x new Sparco Pro 2000 seats and rails to fit Mitsubishi lancer evolution 6. Kind regards Colin
  3. Just brought an Alfa wifi adaptor would DEFINATLY recommend, signal strength is up so much i can now see the wifi for the pub at the bottom of the road infact im picking up 5 new signals package came with two areals - short and long range, magnetic base, laptop case clip, adaptor and usb cable no install needed drivers installed straight off plus its the realtek RTL8187L chipset so very reliable
  4. This post goes hand in hand with another recent post I made re esa. Prior to getting said recent esa50 form I'd had a conversation with a welfare rights chap who came out to my house. After being newly diagnosed with ms I wanted to get some advice on how to keep them (the dwp) in the loop and how best to go about it. I'd already updated the JC (after being called in on a 'wrag' group) and let them know my condition. The WR guy advised me to write in to esa anyways and update them and suggested that I ask them to move me to support group instead of wrag. Now the only reaction i've had from esa since then is the posted out esa50 form. I'm not certain that this has happened because I wrote to them or not, though I did specify in the letter that my mental health condition was the same and that the MS was an additional condition and that it wasn't a new claim that I was making. Now I have this esa50 to fill out which ok, at least it will put them fully in the loop (which given the letter i wrote, along with attached note from neurologist re the ms, they should have been anyways!) and at least I can fully clarify all this with them now. My query is this... Having seen some posts on here regarding moving to 'support group' esa and the probs it can cause re claims I just wanted to ask on here if mentioning the WR guys advice about 'support group' in the letter I send with the esa50 is my best option at this time and is it likely to cause more probs than it solves by mentioning it? I am being treated for hyper tension, anxiety & depression, panic attacks and now ms. The ms makes me feel very fatigued and worn down at times as well as random bouts of muscle spasms, feelings of heat on neck and face and various other symptons too long to note down here and being a recluse anyway and with the added mental health problems i can see why the support group would be a good step for me. I am just wary of 'rocking the boat' as it were as I've read that updating a claim can cause more issues than it solves because of the way dwp handles these things.
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