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  1. Hi all, sorry if this is already a sticky but I thought it'd be good to have a central list of all their sly methods, so we can just look up one list and be on the lookout. 1) Pressure to allow access to UJM; 2) Offer of 'Digital Meeting' - I had this very recently as part of a deal so I wouldn't have to come in weekly, only fortnightly. Of course, this 'deal' is just a covert way of intruding into our lives (a LOT more often than fortnightly) when not signing, I didn't fall for it as I knew it'd just give them an unwanted vector to try contact me impromptu, then sanction me for not 'responding promptly'; 3) Offer of job search to be emailed; I deliberately print out my search just so there's no reason for them to email me - and then claim I haven't 'responded promptly' as above. So basically with both the above I am minimising their opportunities to contact me. 4) "Expectation" to spend 37 hours a week jobseeking - I don't think this is sanctionable if you can prove you applied for jobs every day. But if you happen to not apply for any on one given day, they may try probing into why.
  2. Hi I've decided to try and claim the PPI attached to an old Sharps Bedroom Loan. I took out the Loan at the end of 1999 and paid it off using another loan in 2003. I have no paperwork but am sure that it contained front loaded PPI. All paperwork for the loan was done in my home by the Sharps Bedroom Sales man. It was for about 10,000 and was over 10 years. I have all my old bank statements showing the DD leaving my account each month, stating the account number and First National Bank. I've tried to establish who is now dealing with these old loans and thought it was G E Money Home lending in Watford but they have written back saying they do not recognise the Account number. Any suggestions anyone. Many thanks
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