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  1. Hi all! Until recently I was running my own business. Times have changed and I find myself in need of paid employment. A lot of companies ask for FULL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY since leaving school. I'm quickly approaching 60 years old, I've had numerous jobs since leaving school and don't even remember the salaries of most of them. I feel that if I were to submit an application WITHOUT a full employment history since leaving school, my application may only get as far as the waste paper bin. Any of you knowledgeable people out there know if a Subject Access Request to the DWP would give me the requ
  2. I sent a Subject Access Request to West Yorkshire Police for data they may or may not hold on me. I sent the £10, the notice, and received a reply (which I have scanned and pdf'd) I have highlighted the section that smells to me like, 'You do all the work thepalace1' Is this against the Data Protection Act? I was under the impression that on receipt of request and acceptable I.D, they had 40 days to provide ALL data they hold about the Data Subject. I replied stating I would not be doing their job for them although I understand and accept that they are more than likely ve
  3. Hi, I'm new to the site and it looks like an amazing resource with lots of helpful people. I'm hoping that someone will be able to help me with a couple of questions that I have: Firstly, I have a credit card that has definitely had PPI active on the life of the card. This card was originally taken out with Abbey, but it was actually an MBNA card, that I think was managed by Abbey. Then more recently, the card was taken over by the Bank of America, as (as far as I understand) MBNA was taken over (or their credit cards were) by Bank of America. I am planning on doing a SAR to f
  4. In June 2011 Countrywide Residential Lettings (trading as Gascoigne-Pees) were asked to provide me with all information relating to the property they were managing on behalf of my Landlord. The request was a Subject Access Request under Section 7 of the Data Protection Act. They ignored my request until I sent a formal reminder to the manager, and asked for a £50 admin fee, the law only allowed £10 and I responded that I will pay the £10 asking for instruction how to pay it. After a month I had not heard back and took the complaint up with a manager. Eventually the file was given to me,
  5. Hey guys, As some of you know I have been having problems with shop direct for some time, I have sent them a CCA which they replied with by telling my how many payments have been made on the account and a blank agreement. I then sent another request and they sent the same thing so I decided to sent another letter which looked like this ACCOUNT IN DISPUTE Date: 3/11/2010 Dear Sir/Madam Thankyou for your letter of 21/09/10, the contents of which have been noted. You have failed to respond to my legal request to supply me a true copy of the original Consum
  6. Hi Folks, I've had issues with a company (The Post Office) where they have referred me to a debt collection agency for an account that should have been closed by them in 2008. Last November I sent them a Subject Access Request (SAR) including the £10 fee. On the 28th of November I got a response returning the £10 and saying that the request would be passed on to the appropriate department. 40+ days have passed - and now I get another letter telling me to send £10 in again to another address along with ID in order to get the SAR processed. Can someone confirm here whe
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