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  1. Not sure why this number has not been more widely publicised when we hear on the news it's not if but when 0800789321 The anti terrorist hotline if you hear or see anything you feel isn't right.
  2. Stop [problem] mail The Mailing Preference Service (MPS) allows you to have your name and address removed from mailing lists. To register for the free service, call 0845 703 4599 or visit mpsonline.org.uk. Report to Royal Mail If you do receive correspondence you believe to be from fraudsters, you can forward it to Royal Mail with a covering letter to Freepost, [problem] Mail, PO Box 797, Exeter, EX1 9UN. You can also email [problem][email protected] or call 03456 113 413. Obviously the word sc4m has been replaced with the word 'problem' please use the correct word in the email address or other references to that word!!!
  3. Statements Data Protection Team (Statements) Chatham RCSC Kent ME4 4RT Credit Card Agreements Senior Customer Advisor Customer Management Retail Operations, Business Services 2nd Floor, Thanet Grange Southend On Sea SS0 0EJ Loan Agreements - have received response Lending 6 RPO 4th Floor 1 Hardman Boulevard Manchester M3 3AQ thanks to timid80
  4. I'm new here & sorry if I'm posting this in the wrong section. I lost an employment tribunal case and I was ordered to pay £35,000 for an organisation and a union, I'm an individual (employee) and I do not have legal representation. In addition, I do not have the ability to pay as I have been out of job for 1.5 years and I have no assets I wonder what should I do? I know that I can declare myself bankrupt but I want to avoid it if it is possible as it will have significant impact on my career. I have no previous experience or knowledge of what can I do and I would really appreciate your help.
  5. This is a very useful website for product recalls... I don't know where to put it but I think it'd be worthy of a sticky somewhere? Maybe the retail forum? http://www.recalluk.com/ It lists product recalls in the UK
  6. Shelter England Shelter Scotland The Connection at St Martin-In-The-Fields (Helping Homeless People)
  7. Hello, So there was me after a loan of £1000 with repayments over a year. I followed links, never believing that entering details meant the site I was on would be charging me, however they did. Getting my cash refunded was a bit of a nightmare with some of the responses more akin to dare I say even 'illegal' loan sharking! My experiences below might be of some help so hopefully will avoid others falling into the same trap. One important point is that BEFORE entering a single bit of personal information READ their Terms & Conditions. Bear in mind, (I'm sure someone here will confirm it), that under the current 'Distance Selling 2004' laws they must refund, however they can keep back £5 for so called administrative fees. E-Credit Plus - Take £39.99 from you - I managed to get it fully refunded and they'll even give you a reference number for this in case there's a problem. This is a company you don't even know are going to take money from you! Moneygaga - (Trading name of EQI Independant Ltd) aka My Money Group. They take £23.14 from you instantly. Their site has NO telephone number however you can contact them on 0800 690 6856 and tell them it regards Moneygaga. They will ask for your bank details for a refund (less the £5). MyLoans - Will take two payments, normally £1 (test) followed by £68.99 (totalling £69.99). They take the full 30 days (and you'll have to remind them!) to refund and you are advsed to send a 'signed for' cancellation letter within the required 14 days. You then get an email about it (aka delaying tactics). I managed to get the whole payment refunded and be aware their 'entranapenur' owned has on checkig had some bad press in Australia! LoansDirectUK - BAD NEWS people! Now these are what I call 'con merchants' saying we are a 'membership site'. Conned me out of £59.75 and under duress accepted a repayment of £31.25. They sent me an email saying 'agreed full and final settlement' - not quite true however my replied email stating this came back saying their mailbox was full (real or expected, I do not know)! They have nothing but many 'o844' numbers and an address in Bexhill-on-Sea however they take time to answer on the phone with an American accent 'answer' system - stay well clear! There were another couple I experienced who when claiming back cash, you could tell, were bluffing about the problems. So be very, very careful and I can assure you that I got more calls and messages to my mobile in a week that I'd had in 5 years! Michael
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