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    • Hi Looking for some advice to get prepared for the worst. I purchased a 2015 car on HP in July for ~£33k. I took it to the main dealer for its annual service on the 25th November. As I went back waiting for the last bits to be done, I was called to the workshop to be shown one of the spark plug wells half full  of coolant. After an afternoon of inspection and an overnight pressure test, it was diagnosed as a crack in the water jacket. It is small, hence not noticing it by low coolant levels or other routine maintenance, and it’s the first service in the schedule where the plugs would be changed.    I immediately contacted the finance company and said I am Informing them of the fault under my consumer credit rights and I will be in touch once I know more. I shortly thereafter got the report from the dealer and forwarded it to the finance company. They finally got back to me last Thursday (response speed not being their strong suite once agreement signed..). Initially they tried to say they are talking with the dealer and I said as far as I know my contract is with them, and it’s got a crack in a lump of aluminium and the only fix is a new head- so it’s just who does the bill get sent to. The issue is obvious. They tried to say that the dealer is jointly liable to me? Anyway I went ok whatever intending to contact the dealer myself if that’s the case, however they then phoned me back saying they spoke to their manager and they need to have the car “inspected”, again I argued this as they already had a report from a dealer from a prestige brands main dealer - it’s akin to dropping an egg on the floor and then insisting it goes through 5 experts to diagnose why the yoke is all over the place..but they said they “can’t take my word on it” and need their engineer. I said I insist on being there during the inspection which they said was ok. They said they will contact me later that day or Friday to book the inspection. They didn’t. They did give me the name of the company as Scotia Inspections. So off I go to Google and no medals for guessing how I got here..   So anyway, I don’t want to be given the run around, nor just pay it all myself - the repair is nearly £8.5k - especially considering the time of year… Any advice on how I can get ahead of the (what I am sure is the start of) stalling tactics, blaming it on the offside rear tyre not being from rubber from jungles roamed by unicorns or something. I want the car repaired- as it is brilliant otherwise. So far the dealer has been very accommodating but they are a business- where do I stand if they start wanting to charge storage fees or similar? It is not at the dealer I purchased it from as they are 100miles away.
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    • H i linzie   What is important here is your Daughter is the Landlord of the Property and has Employed the Services of this Letting Agent to manage the Property of her behalf.   Your Daughter need to have a good read of the Agreement that she signed with this Letting Agent.   She also need to check if this Letting Agent is signed up to any other companies that regulate how they operate and their code of conduct as she can contact them for advice i.e. if their is any reason they should not have carried out planned inspections during COVID-19.   IMO your Daughter needs to write to this Letting Agent and ask why these Inspections have not been carried out and if they are still going to give the reason of COVID-19 you require Full Clarification as to what Legislation/Regulation they are relying and the specific area and why you the Landlord were never notified of this.   Have the Tenants in the Property reported these faults to the Letting Agent before your Daughter had a look?   Who is the Letting Agent?
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I received a camera for Christmas from my girlfriend, a couple of months later the screen started to pixelate intermittently. I took it in for repair on 29/4 and went to pick it up on 15/5, turned it on in the shop and the fault was still there. It was sent back for repair.

I phoned the shop last week to see if it was ready for picking up, they said that they were awaiting spares. They have now had 7 weeks in total to fix this fault, and I am now wondering what my next step should be.



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Ask for a replacement or a refund at your choice.

If they don't agree then use them in the County Court.

Give them only 7 days

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