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I've just popped over from the "Parking and PPC" forum, for a few minutes.

 

I have a small, part time, two days per week, handyman business, although window cleaning represents 95% of my trade.

 

As with most businesses, I get a few that never seem to be at home when it's collecting time, but this one has annoyed me.

 

Last November, I was asked to clean the windows of a house, not far from here, on the basis of alternate months, the price was £7 per clean, the request being from the man of the house.

 

They are a young couple, having been married a year they told me, he is a young copper, she a nurse.

 

I did November, but when January came, we were in the throes of icy chills, and my water was refusing to come out of the brush, so I had to abandon the clean, along with some others, until the end of Feb.

 

Did the clean, submitted a bill for fourteen quid, together with SAE, and had to chase it until mid April when she sent me a cheque, for the correct amount, which promptly bounced!

 

No children, both working nights, and a fourteen quid cheque bounces?

 

My local "bloke in the pub" reckons that a serving police officer or his family, issuing such a cheque, is breaking "Police Regs", and I could get payment from the Police Force, if I report it.

 

Does anybody know if this is correct?

 

Yes, I also know that if I do report it, I'll get stopped for all sorts of "Routine Checks", something that hasn't happened to me for 27 years, but you know what they are like.

 

I just want to know where I stand.

 

Sam

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Hi........ both the Officer and the Nurse could well be in trouble if this came to a head. Police regs are basically a police officer is not allowed to continue in the office of constable if he becomes a bankrupt. £14 is not a lot but it may only be symptomatic of a greater problem. Nurses are not allowed under their own NMC Guidelines to bring nursing into disrepute. This could be a situation that goes that route too, although it would need to be a lot worse.

 

What I suggest you do is write a letter and send it recorded delivery asking for payment for the outstanding sum. Point out that you have been advised that PC ? Nurses are subject to restrictions and rules and although not a great sum of money it means something to you. Explain that you are also advised that a letter to the Chief Superintendent / Hospital employer could be the only way of resolving the matter as it may be symptomatic of a bigger problem. Also that the bouncing of the cheque could be evidence of Evasion of a Liability (see below)

 

That should spur them into action.

 

Give them a date for cash to be paid by.

 

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/RevisedStatutes/Acts/ukpga/1978/cukpga_19780031_en_1

 

 

Hope that works for you. Also you may be doing the force a favour!!!!!

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thanks ... i wonder if i can tweak any method(s) for getting

 

paid back money owed to me that i read from this forum ??

 

what are the best ways to get money back from a

 

[problem] hyip ? ... or " any " online [problem] ?

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thanks ... i wonder if i can tweak any method(s) for getting

 

paid back money owed to me that i read from this forum ??

 

what are the best ways to get money back from a

 

[problem] hyip ? ... or " any " online [problem] ?

 

What do you mean?

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Thanks Pa Pa Smurf,

 

It seems that my enquiry has prompted a reply from someone else who is owed - there must be lots of us!

 

I'll take your advice, and I'll continue to watch this thread.

 

Sam

All of these are on behalf of a friend.. Cabot - [There's no CCA!]

CapQuest - [There's no CCA!]

Barclays - Zinc, [There's no CCA!]

Robinson Way - Written off!

NatWest - Written off!

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