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  1. Hello all, Thank you for taking the time to read my post and any advice appreciated. My parents own a Chinese takeaway and live in the adjoining house next door. They moved in 17 years ago after the initial contact with British gas to inform them they have moved in (which I think I did for them as a teenager) they have not had much contact since and just paid bills as and when they arrived. Always assumed one meter for the takeaway and the residential house as they both share the same door number. In all truthfulness I think they probably knew that something
  2. I was in horrendous debt when my husband left me with all the family debt and bills and no income slowly I managed to work my way out of things and paid off what I could. I took the ensuing years of bad credit rating on the chin and ploughed on watching my credit file with all my statute barred dates marked in my diary, overjoyed when they started dropping off. Suddenly I noticed my credit rating dropping again but couldn't work out why. Today I logged in and saw that with one year to go before SB, Moorcroft have appeared with a defaulted debt Also having lost my
  3. I have an appointment tomorrow morning at 9am,(universal credit) which I had changed to because my last one was cancelled for some reason. I do casual work here and there I got a text a few mins ago reminding me that I have training (counter terrorism training) at 9:30am - noon at my casual job, I completely forgot but if I phone up UC now they may refuse or sanction me. Should I call up now or in morning?
  4. Noticed recently that a load of old Provi and Greenwood debts have resurfaced and are back with the OC now.
  5. I find myself suddenly unemployed with no income. (Obviously will try to claim some benefit asap but that will not be for a few weeks). I have several credit card debts which are quickly going to become impossible to pay (ie immediately if I want to eat this month) I plan to write to my creditors as per other posters here and offer to pay small amount per month in exchange for freeze on fees/interest while I'm in this situation. However I'm not sure precisely what to write, or to who to write. Do you have to address these things to a particular part of the company or just to the gene
  6. I have been working at the same place for over 15 years now. We at paid an hourly rate + production bonus per week. Our current rate is £5.05 per hr + bonus (this can vary from £30 -£70 P/W) Looking at my payslip on friday I thought it didn't look right. Gross pay was £248.87 for 40 + 1.5 (overtime) This comes to £5.99 P/hr. I also looked at another slip. It was, £250.26 for 40 +1.25 This one works out at £6.06 I believe they would try to argue that it's because my appraisal score (done monthly...or so they tell us) and therefore my bonus has been cut. Am I right in thinking t
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