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  1. Hello all, I have recently been awarded a judgement by the FOS against an FCA regulated company for not providing a service I had paid for. The company in question now wants to pay the award in monthly installments. They initially offered to repay over 3 years. I rejected that outright because it's far too long, and the Ombudsman will not get involved if I agree to a payment scheme and the company fail to pay. Now the company has offered a new repayment plan to repay in 12 months. This is far more attractive as they claim they cannot pay it all in one go but based on past
  2. CAN ANYONE WHO READS THIS PLEASE GIVE ME SOME THAT IS CORRECT AND FACTUAL BECAUSE I HAVE TO HAND IN MY DEFENCE FORM AND EVIDENCE TO THE COUNTY COURT TOMORROW. This is something I think everyone should read as it may help you defend a sec 21 and eviction. I will give as much information a possible without it becoming to long to read or confusing. I will refer to the Landlady as She or Her. In August 2017 I moved into a self contained unit in a house that had been converted to 6 flats each with electric meter, bathroom, simple kitchen unit but still classed as a self contained studi
  3. Freedom of Information requests - used by campaigners and journalists to ask questions of public bodies - are to remain free of charge, a minister says. Following a review of the law, Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock said the FoI Act was "working well". The FoI Commission was asked to examine it amid concerns within government that "sensitive information" was being inadequately protected. Its report said FoI had helped "change the culture of the public sector". Mr Hancock said there would be no wholesale changes to the FoI Act. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-3569
  4. Payday loan adverts could still be aired on children's TV despite a call from a committee of MPs for a ban. A report by the Business Select Committee said adverts could expose children to the idea that these short-term, high interest loans were "fun". But the government's response to December's report said adverts already faced "strict content rules", so a law change looks unlikely. The committee's chairman Adrian Bailey called the response "very weak". However, major lenders have always said that advertising on children's TV was agains
  5. Hi there, First time posting here but looking for some advice if at all possible. I've been successful with a number of claims and I've had a claim outstanding with the ombudsman for a while. The background to the story was I found a letter telling me I had PPI on a mortgage I held with the Clydesdale Bank, Initially I wrote directly to the bank who told me they looked at my claim and while I did have a PPI policy it was not mis-sold. I disagreed with this and wrote to the ombudsman for a ruling. I received a response after 8-9 months saying they had reviewed the case and had decided
  6. Far-reaching changes will effectively prevent anyone earning more than £20,000 a year from obtaining help From the beginning of April 2013 the chances of getting help with legal bills will be slim. The Law Society estimates 650,000 cases will no longer qualify, including 20,000 employment cases and 200,000 in family law. The cut-off point to be able to get legal aid will be a household income of £32,000, and those between £14,000 and £32,000 will have to go through a detailed means test. "It will become rare for someone with an income of more than £20,000 to qualify," says Richard Mi
  7. Here is a timeline of this issue: 09/05/2012: My car passed MOT 8:30AM, 17/05/2012: I sent my car to Kwit Fit Oldbury Centre near my company for full service 13:00PM, 17/05/2012 Oldbury centre called to tell me the job nearly done and a list of repair recommendation, I said thanks but no further action needs to be taken. 15:30PM, 17/05/2012 Oldbury centre called again to ask if I found any problem before. I had been happy with my car and carrying my colleagues occasionally(even a couple of days before service), and passed the MOT, I have not found or been reported any proble
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