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  1. Hello all, I was horribly awoken by someone trying to break into my flat via my bedroom window (basement flat ground floor). I think my screaming scared whoever it was off. Fortunately no one was hurt nor was anything stolen. The police have been great, they have advised me that my windows are not secure and the locks currently on them are easy to get past, there is a second lock on the window which would be better but they are broken. As I am on the ground floor I am considering getting bars or a gate put up just to make the place more secure but this is probably going to be quite
  2. Good evening everyone, could I get some opinions on the situation Im in with PDE. I borrowed 800 in the summer and been juggling other PDL's ever since. It come to the point where I was well behind on most and Im slowly sorting them out. PDE badgered the life out of me but its good to hang up on them. Keep ringing and Ill keep hanging up. Simple. Anyway I hadnt made any payments for awhile, maybe the odd charge of £25 or 2 x £25 and my account was escalating out of control. This last week I had 750 took from my bank which was a big hit, and I wasn't really impressed but thought my balance must
  3. Hi all, didn`t know where to post but wonder if anyone know this is true. On facebook someone just said that if you are forced to withdraw money from ATM against your will then if you enter pin backwards then it still gives you money but alerts police? It said on the post that it was on crime stoppers and the person was in uk. Useful if it is true.
  4. Slowly but surely banks are sneakily boosting their bottom line by squeezing savers while hitting homeowners with hike after hike in mortgage rates. It almost seems impossible that savers can get a worse deal than they have been for the past three years — but mark my words, we’re heading that way. Since January 1, mortgage rates on the best deals have increased by as much as 0.8 per cent, adding £792 a year to the cost of a loan. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/saving/article-2151736/JAMES-CONEY-Banks-squeezing-savers-hitting-homeowners.html#ixzz1wPTOkMaP
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