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    • Minster are seriously a bunch of muppets if they think they could secure a court win on what they have currently provided document wise...still i am not going to be complacent 
    • Hey,   Just wanted to share a quick experience for a lost Hermes parcel worth a couple of hundred pounds. I accepted Hermes' offer to use mediation and was pleasantly surprised! I read all the threads on here and thanks to the Bankfodder's great advice I came in confident and with notes and was not prepared to reduce the claimed amount even by 10p.    Firstly Hermes stated that my item was not one that is normally covered and due to its fragile nature it is not compensated and secondly they gave the ordinary "you have not opted for insurance bla bla". These were their points and even before I started stating my arguments they were already out with an offer to cover the item value in full and the postage costs for it but NOT the small claim fee of 25 pounds. To me this sounded as a reasonable compromise since I got other things to do during the day. This 25 pounds compromise was about 5 percent  of the overall claim value so that was fine by me.    I went to mediation extremely sceptical having read some of the other ppl's experiences, but I'm glad to say mine took only 2 quick calls, everything was settled in no more than 20 minutes, the mediator was superb, extremely friendly, polite and with a sense of humour  and they just asked me to send my bank details in response to their upcoming email and that was that.    p.s -> I could feel the mediator was actually on my side a lil bit, but what reasonable person would side with such a shameful and honestly disgusting company anyway   All in all, I would highly recommend the experience for anyone who's still on fence regarding mediation. Open small claims against them Hermes mfs, make them pay, they are so aware of their unlawful approaches ! On my part, I will never ever use Hermes services ever. However, in fairness, this whole saga's been going on for two and a half months and I've lost so much time and effort and nerves on the matter that it was worth at least 10 times that settlement. I've been through 41 calls with them regarding the item and went to their depot twice to look for my item...   Have a great week guys/gals   Best
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    • dx I manage to locate quite alot of paperwork from welcome sent previously - what am I looking for? Im a bit worried that they are going to start court proceedings after their letter last week, im not keen to send them bank statements   Hi peterbard this is a secured loan , i dont believe there is any policy in place   dx should I have sent an SAR to Welcome and Coast even though Coast had taken over the loan?  I have a pile of paperwork i have located thats about 2 reems of paper, from the SAR's I have sent previously.  There is a lot of information - the SAR requests more recently were sent on CDROM and were not accessible after a certain amount of time (i think the username and passcode expire or something)
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      Sorry for only updating you now, but after your guidance with submitting the claim it was pretty straight forward and I didn't want to unnecessarily waste your time. Especially with this guide you wrote here, so many thanks for that
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      They took until the last day to respond and denied the claim, unsurprisingly saying my contract was with Packlink and not with them.
       
      I opted for mediation, and it played out very similarly to other people's experiences.
       
      In the first call I outlined my case, and I referred to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 as the reason to why I do in fact have a contract with them. 
       
      In the second call the mediator came back with an offer of the full amount of the phone and postage £146.93, but not the court costs. I said I was not willing to accept this and the mediator came across as a bit irritated that I would not accept this and said I should be flexible. I insisted that the law was on my side and I was willing to take them to court. The mediator went back to Hermes with what I said.
       
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I am fuming ..

 

Three years ago I had a Triton Safeguard t100 care shower fitted into my disabled sons wet room ..

 

With the recent hot weather he came to turn the temperature handle, and it did not work .. I got an electrician to remove the front cover and check why ... a very small ( about as big as a five pence) plastic splined 'D' shaped plastic part had split .. he said contact Triton .. get the part and he will fit it..

 

So .. I have just phoned Triton .. "Oh sorry we cannot supply that part .. you will have to buy the complete valve for ........................ £109 ..!! ... or, you can book an engineer who will come out and fix the shower for £98 ...!!

 

To me this diddy plastic part is a separate 'consumer' part .. it is not part of .. or physically fitted to the control lever .. or the valve ..

 

Just a typical greedy supplier who think they have us consumers 'over a barrel'

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might be a long shot

 

do you know anyone with a 3d printer or can you ask around who might have access to one?

 

they should be able to make one fairly easly

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Just an update to Tritons response ...

 

I posted a 'customers review' on two Webb sites .. one for a supplier .. one on Tritons own .. both where quickly deleted ..

 

So I posted another on Tritons Webb site mentioning the previous post was deleted .. within 30 minutes i had a long email from 'customers relations' explaining the relevant costs of manufacturing ..transport ..storage .. admin. etc: -etc:-

 

I replied within minutes with an attached picture of the thimble sized worn plastic part .. asking how they could justify an £109 price for a small bit of plastic and added my my phone number..

 

Within minutes my phone rang .. it was a Triton guy who said they took customer 'feed back' seriously and went on about the diddy sized part being part of the temp. valve and should not be messed with by any one but Triton ..

 

I referred him to the insulation / spares manual and said the 'diddy bit' was only a link between the temp. control lever on the front panel and the temp. valve and it was a 50p bit of plastic that I had expected to pay £5 for delivered in a diddy Jiffy bag with a first class stamp on ..!!

 

After some discussion and about there offer of £98 to come and fit the diddy bit he said that 'diddy bit' was actually part of the front cover which he could let me have for £29 plus P&P when i said that that was still a 'rip off' price when I only wanted the 'diddy bit' .. he said that the part cannot be supplied separately .. but as sign of 'goodwill' he would arrange to have get an engineer out .. the shower fixed and serviced .. with a 12 months guarantee, for £49 .. which I (reluctantly) excepted ..

 

I mentioned this saga to the electrician who initially found the problem and was going to fit the new part .. his reaction .. make sure they fit .. all .. the new cover .. if they just try to fit the 'diddy bit' politely ask why .. ?? ... when according to Triton .. that part is not available separately ..!!

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are you sure this 'bit' is not on ebay [not uk site]

 

I know the bit you mean

 

I got one for my [other make] shower

 

all it is is a geared wheel basically that fitsover the spindle.

 

dx

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Triton guy came today .. nice fella who quickly removed the front cover to change for a brand new one ...

 

Only to find the 'diddy' bit was not actually part of the front cover .. he believes it's part of the temperature valve .. so the Triton office have booked a new appointment for Friday .. but .. they don't know if it will be AM or PM ..

 

Talk about planning your life around a shower (Pun intended)..!!

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