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    • Tagging @stu007 who's great with this. You should have at least 2 months notice with a Section 21 notice (Which Form 6A is used) For now, scan, redact and upload anything you think will be useful    
    • That's fine.  The important thing is to show Kev you're trouble and so best to drop you like a hot potato. Invest in a 2nd class stamp tomorrow - all Kev is worth - and get a free Certificate of Posting from the post office.
    • Do not under any circumstances plead guilty until we know what we are dealing with. It's a sure way to 9 points. The tried and tested way to handle this is to plead not guilty to both charges and offer to plead guilty to speeding provided the "Fail to give information" charge is dropped. But I am concerned about this "ticket refused" sticker. I've never heard of this before. A "ticket" is not a term used in connection with speeding offences. There seems a distinct possibility that your response was received by the police but one thing worries me: I've never heard of a sticker being placed on a response and it being returned "Return to Sender". t's just not what ticket offices do. If you could post a picture of this document and the sticker it might help.  If you can show the response was received you may have a defence to the "Fail to Provide" charge (provided you completed your response properly). If the police are saying you did not respond they cannot succeed with a speeding charge (as they have no evidence you were driving). But if you did not respond, who put the sticker on the document and sent it back yo you?
    • lolerz, many thanks for your reply and correcting my big mistake, oh dear start again. They sent the section 48 along with the Form NO 6A, it was sitting on top of the paperwork, sorry about that. SO they have sent me a Form No 6A and i have received the court paperwork with the claim form and defence paperwork.    
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oh very funny.....trouble is there are a lot of people on here with pdl problems, so yes when they are searching for help on pdls then yes I understand but there must be a way of add selection?

It only shows what YOU have been googling neil.


So for example, I get Policemen in Gimp suits ;)

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How about looking at it from this point of view.


Every time somebody clicks one of the adverts, we get a couple of pence dropped into our begging bowl.


The people who pay this are the people whose goods or services are being advertised. This means that if you click on a payday loan advertisement, the revenue that we get contribute to the upkeep of this site.


Don't you think that there is a delicious irony in getting the payday loan companies and the rest to pay for this site which helps to protect ordinary people against them.


Here's another point of view. We receive very few donations. Most people that we help simply disappear and we don't even get a thanks. That's not really a problem because we are not here to be thanked or paid. However, a huge number of people do benefit very substantially from the advice that we give. Very often they get the benefit of hundreds and probably thousands of pounds worth of advice which they couldn't possibly afford if we went here.


If we don't make money somehow, we can't pay our bills. If we can't pay our bills we cease to exist. If we cease to exist, then people have nowhere to turn to and they give up and they accept Oprah's of behaviour is inflicted on them by the payday loan companies, the insurance companies, the banks, the private parking companies, the bailiffs, big retailers – and everyone else who manages to ride roughshod over ordinary people – because ordinary people have no idea what their rights are or how to enforce them – unless we help them.


If you really begrudge our advertising then install some ad blockers. However, if you do block our ads or if you don't occasionally click on them if you are seriously looking around at the possibility of some product or service, then you are effectively throttling our revenue stream (it is not very much) and eventually you are handing a victory to all of the big companies who don't need this kind of petty change for their revenue.


We are very worried about plans by various Internet providers to provide ad blockers as a matter of course. It may put us and other organisations and all of the other small discussion forums on every subject you can imagine out of action within a few months.


What will be left will be the huge organisations that have no interest in you or me or any of us as consumers ordinary people other than merely a way of generating revenue for their shareholders.


Maybe you are one of those shareholders?

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Theyre pulled from an ad server based on what you have viewed on the internet. The site can dictate what kind of adds to display/filter but those adsense things are too easy to workaround for the companies/[problematic] that are persistant.

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I do not see any adverts on CAG , have everyone got their aviator back now?

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So, who is responsible for misleading adds on cag then..


No one. It is the algorithm of Google. That looks at what your browser has been seeing and displays ads that correspond to that. If you have cleared the cache and there is nothing in the browser temp file, it will display ads of the site you are looking at at the time. So if you have an empty temp file and come on to CAG, it will see it is mainly finance and display an ad to suit beit a payday loan or whatever or, if you lucky, some pretty girl on a dating site. ;)


If you have a look at knickers on the Littlewoods site, that is what you will get in the ads.

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