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  1. Floodline Warnings Direct is a free service from the Environment Agency that provides flood warnings by phone, text or email. Use the Environment Agency’s maps to find out if you’re at risk from flooding. Sign up for free flood warnings for your area. Create a flood plan - read the personal or business flood plan guidance.
  2. Hello I hope you can help me, I joined the local Gymetc in August 2014, in January I decided I wanted to cancel my membership so I wrote to the gym and sent a cheque for the 6 remaining payments. I didn't hear anything back so presumed it was all ok, I then received a letter to say my Direct Debit hadn't been paid, I rang the gym and told them I had sent payment by cheque to cancel as my friend had done the same and they said it was fine. Fastforward to another month and I received another letter from CRS stating that I was now being fined for failure to pay to the tune of £307.25
  3. ok couple of quick things heading around in the computer world ive checked these out and they are all genuine concerns network cameras please remember to change the default passwords - especially on Netwave and Fos Cam cameras usual username/passwords is admin/no password, admin/admin admin/123456 if its any of these change it now, these camera can be searched easly and are often looked for Iomega NAS storage if you have one of these please remember to set the password, theres no password by default and it does file share to the internet easly found (quick sea
  4. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/markets/article-2231894/Vickers-refuses-rule-British-banking-break-up.html
  5. After 2 October, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) will use its legal powers to pursue those who have failed to submit self-assessment forms and have tax payments outstanding. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19798919
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