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  1. Buy as You View rejects television allegations ONE of Wales' best-known companies has defended itself in advance of a TV programme going out tonight that makes serious allegations about its sales practices. The Consumers' Association has launched an investigation into Llantrisant-based Buy as You View after the HTV current affairs series Wales This Week passed over a dossier of material it gathered for tonight's programme. One of the firm's former salesmen appears describing techniques he claims the company expects its sales staff to use, and which some customers c
  2. I took out a ppi policy IN 2005 at the same time i applied for a mortgage advance - as it was implied that i would stand more chance of qualifying for the loan if i did. Considering the advance was for consolidating debts, I obviously did not take much pursuading. At the time I was effectively self employed due to working through an umberella composite company in the construction industry I cancelled the policy about 15 months into it after finding out that my temporary employment contract would not be covered I therefore asked the halifax to accept the miselling claim on the groun
  3. Taking out a payday loan could wreck your chances of getting a mortgage. One lender has decided to reject applications from borrowers with a record of recent payday loans, while others are cautious. Payday loans offer short-term credit, often for only two to three weeks, but at high annualised interest rates. A loan of £100 for a fortnight might cost between £20 and £30 in interest. GE Money Home Lending, which acts through brokers, is rejecting anyone with a loan in the past three months or who has had two or more payday loans in the past year. This is even where a loan has been
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