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    • Hello, yesterday Barclays Bank put my account under review suddenly just i received a message about that to wait 7 days . I ve been to local branch and they didn't tell me any information saying to me to wait 14 days . The problem is I think they will take longer than they said and I can't wait so much cause I need the money for my own company and to live life daily. This situation its caused me a sever anxiety, I dont know what to do . I can prove that I m a self employed . Can somebody tell me what should I do ?  Some contact numbers or email addresses where can I text about this problem? I m new on this platform and I dont know how to manage this . Thank you
    • Hello yesterday Barclays Bank blocked my account with a substantial amount and I didnt get any reason for this issue why they put my account under review. I m a self employed and all the money blocked are very important to me to open my own company .. Can I get some information about what should I do in this case.  I ve been to the local branch but they didn't give me any information just to wait 14 days and I can t do that .
    • harveys are not the creditor, so them stating you should continue to make payments and you will not receive your payments back is immaterial.   the administrators of harveys are not your target. creation finance are.     these issues should be directed toward creation under p'haps a section 75 claim ....as they are the creditor ...they are equally responsible for the actions or inactions of either harveys or bensons.   we can appreciate you have had the usual run around, we are not indicating you have lied, merely pointing to the fact that you innocently believed what you have been told to date.   go get your moneyback and get the finance agreement cancelled.   dx 
    • you've not moved so until or unless you get a letter of claim via royal mail you ignore them.   as for anything on your credit file it should fall off after 6yrs.   dx    
    • 1st. it is not illegal for you, as the home owner, to open letters addressed to 'others' not resident at your address.   2nd because you did or did not employ the above, ultimately, this has led to a court judgement being handed down. the bailiff company have employed, quite rightly,  the methods that are legally available to them to trace the defendant.   rightly or wrongly they have traced you.   you need to write to the bailiff company concerned briefly explaining the above stating you are not the said person. you also need to write to the judgement court the same. you also need to write to the relevant rail toc    never use the phone.   dx      
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Hello there.

 

Thank you for starting your own thread, I know you posted on another one yesterday.

 

I expect the guys will be along later, but they may need more information from you before they can help. Are you able to tell us a bit more about your problem please? Don't include any information like names that might identify you.

 

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there is no such thing as a national register of disabled people. So no.

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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Thanks.

 

I need to be a little vague with the amount of detail I include so I'm sorry... things happen which leaves you feeling paranoid!

 

Is there any guidance regarding the amount of time to issue notes from a meeting i.e. Return to work, hearing etc. I have read generally within 24 hours whilst the information is fresh in peoples minds but i cannot find the document I read it in.

 

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There is no legal position on time for notes etc. I have always done them same day but that's a personal preference. In fact there is no legal requirement for a formal documented return to work discussion although it is good practice, as long as you are doing some kind of check that the person shuld be back at work.

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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depends who you are - complainant? witness? boss?

Never assume anyone on the internet is who they say they are. Only rely on advice from insured professionals you have paid for!

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finally do I have a legal right to request all notes relating the the grievance investigation?

 

Thank you

 

PP

 

Usually not, but they do have to provide you with a written outcome which often encloses investigation findings.

 

Have a look at Section 6 Equality Act 2010 to see if you're likely to meet the definition of a disabled person.

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Have you signed any of the notes and if you have then request a copy of them and let the employer know that you made your own notes as well. If you are put under pressure to sign the notes make sure you take your time and read them and if you disagree with was has been written than asked them to change it. Do this before you signed them. They have a habit in putting a slant on the notes they take and it is not in your interest.:|

 

Hope it goes OK for you.

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Hi,

Remember that irrespective of lodging a Grievance you have 3 months less one day from the date of the act you are complaining of in order to refer the matter to an Employment Tribunal, either way from the last act being complained of it is 3 months less a day.

Obviously we are unaware of the facts in this case of whether you are alleging disability discrimination.

From the Grievance being raised, ACAS guidelines state it should be heard without unreasonable delay, the outcome should be without delay and should include your right to appeal. Always refer to your companies grievance procedure but remember what I've said above re legal time scales.

Also check your home insurance if you have legal expenses insurance as they may be able to help you.

All the best.

George Loveless - “We raise the watchword, liberty. We will, we will, we will be free!"

 

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Thanks chaps this is very useful especially the ET timeline. All notes I have reviewed, changed and approved the final versions, stuck to my guns where they have different opinions. I have requested a DSAR and they say I have to pay a fee of £10, I cannot find any policy around this, whilst its not going to break the bank can they charge me?

 

Thank you in advance...

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