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  1. [/HMRC are claiming that a "further information" box was ticked but there was no further information included on a child tax credit form from five years ago when my daughter was attending college and now want the payments back. I know for a fact I hadn't ticked this box as there wasn't any additional information. Could I please have suggestions as to how to deal with this?
  2. Hi Wondering can you claim back cash advance fees from Cap1 i'll tell you what i found on my bills lots of little £3 cash advance fees for gala coral i went through a stage when i was playing a lot of online bingo using my cap1 card not knowing that i would be charged for every single time i made a deposit before gala were took over by coral payments on my cap1 card shown up as aquapay and there was no fee at the time coral took over i had a bit of a bingo bug and well cap1 must be thinking happy days because they made about £400 in cash advance fees from me
  3. A crackdown on the use of pre-ticked boxes to sell "add-on" insurance products is planned after it was found that consumers are being overcharged by up to £200 million a year. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has unveiled a package of proposals to shake up the way in which insurance is bolted on to major purchases such as cars, holidays, mobile phones, home insurance and credit cards. The add-on insurance industry is worth around £1 billion, but an investigation by the FCA found many consumers are not shopping around to compare the cost of these insurance products and th
  4. just wandered would it be better to tick the boxes on universal job sight to give the jc access, to your job search,what should i aspect if i do tick them, also if i want can i untick them at a later date to stop them having access if they are sending me unsuitable jobs.
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