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Thank you everyone who helped me earlier on this week with some very good advice. I think WF may have tried to call me today, but I didn't answer as I have sent them a letter requesting written correspondence only. BUT what do I do if the knock at my door? They have done this a couple of times over the past two months and I also get charged for this, £20 a visit. Any advice would be appreciated.

 

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Lynda

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hi.have a look at this.do as advised and refuse to enter into conversation with them.

 

did not know you were having visits as well:mad:

 

 

 

you could have enclosed this with the telephone harassment.

 

either send it now to ruddington,or go straight to complaint if they call again.

 

you have made it clear that you will only deal in writting,

 

do you know if your letter has been received yet,before todays call?

 

SAM

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SO PROUD OF MY AVATAR,THAT TOOK ME WEEKS TO WORK OUT HOW TO GET ONE.:lol:

 

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