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  1. Please help , Ive had a Halifax card since late 2004. In early 2007 the account number was changed ( I imagine I may have lost my card and been sent a new one ) or am I being naïve ? Over the next several years my credit limit kept on increasing without me requesting it. It was raised 11 times from the original £2750 till in spring 2014 it stood at £13950 Towards the end of that year Halifax told me that my interest rate was to be hiked up but explained that if I didn't agree to this I was entitled to close the account and pay it off as was previously the case. At
  2. Has anyone else had this error? Had this error for a few days and it would not load or update. As always I looked around as many forums on this as I could. I eventually found this >> http://www.windows10forums.com/threads/update-for-windows-10-version-1511-for-x64-based-systems-kb3122947-error-0x80070643.5909/ I followed the guide it worked so now all sorted for the time being. So if anyone else has had this error and wants to sort it then this may help you out.. But you MUST use the elevated command prompt... For the elevated command prompt right click
  3. Latest WCA Handbook for Health Professionals, Version 7, 9th Feb 2015 This guidance is for healthcare professionals who undertake Work Capability Assessments on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions. This document tells you how health professionals are supposed to assess you. It can be downloaded at this link: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/work-capability-assessment-handbook-for-healthcare-professionals
  4. Hello! I'll make this as short as I can. We moved into a unit 3 years ago, we already had a .co.uk website that was fully functional for 18 months at this point. Just last Thursday my partner accidentally came across the listing for the .com version of our domain name, listed as purchased by the owner of the business next door about a month after we moved in. Renewed every year and currently owned by him. The actual .com website however when typed in immediately redirected to an auto-playing hardcore homosexual porn video. This appears to have been this w
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