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  1. I’d heard how awkward banks can be with Power Of Attorney so I was pleasantly surprised when I registered the one I hold for my aunt’s financial affairs. It took about 45 minutes and seemed to be plain sailing. Sadly all downhill from then on. I’d set up internet banking for her a couple of years ago when she could still deal with a fair bit on her own and would help her do anything she found confusing. We’ve bumbled along - if she needed things I’d tend to order them and get paid back directly from her account to mine. More recently as she’s gone into care and lost capacity I realise
  2. Thank you for reading. I have a problem with my electric meter. I will try to keep this brief, I have a low reading and a normal reading and it appears that I have only been billed for the low reading (I'm worried it may be since I have been in the property 8 years). The low reading is registering units during the DAY and NIGHT!. So I am assuming I am being charged for my day time usage at the lower price. I have notified British Gas, but only after there was a problem with them excepting my latest meter reading. They are going to fit a new meter and bill me based on
  3. Hi I have had my halifax account for 13 years. Its a cash card account with no credit facilities available on this type of account. I did a direct debit charge back for £1167 which the bank refunded but then took back and sent to merchant which left my account -£1167 . I never noticed this and they closed my account and placed a default on my account . When checking default I found that they registered it at my old address and sent all letters to that address . I complained and they admitted the mistake and gave a £50 goodwill gest
  4. got a letter from my local council this weekend making sure that all in the household are registered to vote, on the back of the latter it says it is the Law that you have to be registered or you may get a fine of up to £80, has anyone ever been fined for not being registered?
  5. Hi there, this is my first time post so I hope I can get a bit of help with this. In a nutshell Barclays sold my debt to a DCA and registered the default in both their name and in the DCA name with a 75 day discrepancy of the default date. After settling with the DCA Barclays then removed their "duplicate" default. A year later I have my mortgage with a sub prime lender and am now able to move on to my current bank provider, I check my credit file and there is a default from Barclays for the original default amount as well as that of the DCA marked as settled, se
  6. So I want my Equifax credit report because according to checkmyfile.com, it is still displaying an account that should have stopped reporting in October 2012. Online I complete the application form and at the end I do not get my CR but instead, please call this number (0844...) to complete your order. I call it in all innocence and am connected to a Rep who wants to 'check' all my details including asking for the answer to my "secret question". So I decide to ask where the Rep is based and she says somewhere in Asia (I get this after several attempts). I cancelled the order. Fir
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