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  1. Hi guys 1st post My mother has an outstanding debt with bailiffs for Council Tax. She had an agreement with bailiffs to pay it off and defaulted after 2 payments as she could not afford it. Now they want the amount in full. They say they have requested for 'Commital to prison' which scared my mother until i explained it to her. They do not have a 'Controlled Goods Agreement' at all I have today disputed the amount as the bailiffs starting balance doesn't match what is owed to the Council. To be clear this is before any alleged fee's from the bailiffs themselves.
  2. Hello, Vodafone Reference Code: WRT135 [#12225718]. To cut a long story short, I would like to cancel my Contract without incurring the penalty fees due to Vodafone not providing the service I am paying for monthly (Sim Only Contract). I can provide the letter I have recently sent to Vodafone, which outlines the details in full, as an attachment if required.
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