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    • I'm removing two posts here – one because it refers to "… All from the same ethnic background" and the second one referring to the fact that the customer was Spanish. The first, particularly by king12345 has a strong racist tone about it and is completely unwelcome here.  king1 2345 has been here long enough and knows very well that this is not what we do. ==============================================================================   In terms of the building and insurance problem, it certainly sounds if you are being treated very badly and we would be very happy to help. Unfortunately I find your story is rather unclear – probably because there is a lot of narrative and I'd be grateful if you could clarify your story and in particular breaking down the insurance job and the rest including giving their values. Do you know if the insurance money has been paid to the customer or is the insurance company simply waiting for some kind of approval. You say that the insurance company has signed the job off and so this suggests to me that they are satisfied but what worries me is that they may already have paid the money to the customer who is merely withholding it from you rather than authorising the direct payment of the insurance money to you. Your story needs substantial clarification please. Finally, does your customer own the property? If you are not sure then you should consult the land registry website to ascertain the owner of the property
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    • Hi dx100uk   He is the information you asked for.   OC: Capital One    Type of debt: Credit Card    When taken out: 29/10/2017   Current owner: Capital One    Defaulted date: Hasn’t Defaulted    Outstanding sum: £156.52   ———————————————————————   OC: Vanquis   Type of debt: Credit Card    When taken out: 21/05/2018   Current owner: Vanquis   Defaulted date: 31/05/2019   Outstanding sum: £355.00   ———————————————————————   OC: Ocean    Type of debt: Credit Card    When taken out: 09/09/2018   Current owner: Ocean   Defaulted date: 07/06/2019   Outstanding sum: £318.00   ———————————————————————   OC: Instant Cash Loans T/A Payday Express   Type of debt: Payday Loan   When taken out: 22/01/2014   Current owner: Instant Cash Loans T/A Payday Express   Defaulted date: 04/06/2014   Outstanding sum: £492.00   ———————————————————————   OC: NatWest   Type of debt: Current Account    When taken out: 05/08/2003   Current owner: NatWest   Defaulted date: 30/04/2016   Outstanding sum: £468.00   ———————————————————————   OC: British Gas   Type of debt: Utility Gas Account   When taken out: 01/08/2015   Current owner: British Gas   Defaulted date: 06/09/2018   Outstanding sum: £712.00   ———————————————————————   OC: British Gas   Type of debt: Utility Electric Account   When taken out: 01/08/2015   Current owner: British Gas   Defaulted date: 06/09/2018   Outstanding sum: £819.00
    • Thanks DX re counterclaim. Just to clarify regarding witness should I just put one on the N180 and at court just take a witness statement from partner?  
    • I am hoping someone can advise me regarding my salary. I work as an emergency response driver for a private medical transport company. I work 6 x 24 hour shifts on call(total of 144 hrs) followed by 2 rest days(48 hrs). I work from my home address, with a company vehicle parked outside. During my six on call shifts, I must be available to respond to any task given to me (by phone-call) within a certain time. As you can imagine, while on call I am very limited to what activities I can take part in. Due to the nature of my role and the need to respond within 30 minutes to 90 minutes I am somewhat tied to my home. Obviously I cannot consume alcohol, go for family meals, go shopping etc. Even while attending hospital appointments, popping to the shop I must wear my uniform, take the vehicle with me and be contactable and ready to respond. It has been brought to my attention that on call time is now classed as working time if you must be at the disposal of your employer during that on call time.   Is that correct and if so, should I be paid at least the minimum wage while on call. I am currently paid an annual salary of £22,000 for being on duty an average of 6,570 hours per year which would put my hourly rate at well below the minimum( not including annual leave).   Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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Penalty untaxed vehicle - i paid already.

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My van was clamped outside my home early may.

 

 

 

I went to the post office, set up a direct debit, then called the clampers and paid the £100 or so clamp fine, clamp was released later that day/eve.

 

 

 

I thought that was it.

 

 

 

Just received a letter from DVLA conmen asking me to pay fine just short of £200.

 

 

I was under the impression that if you taxed it and paid the clampers that was it..

 

 

I am goinf to appeal it but just wonderd if you had any advice on what I should be saying, will they be softened up if I say I was hoping they would see light if I taxed it etc.

 

 

 

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You've paid the release fee and now paid the current vehicle exise duty.

There is also a fine for the period you were driving the vehicle without it.

Post all paperwork you were given

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You've paid the release fee and now paid the current vehicle exise duty.

There is also a fine for the period you were driving the vehicle without it.

Post all paperwork you were given

 

 

Post where? On here?

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Yep. That's right.

Your being fined for before you were clamped. Quite correct

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Is there anyway to appeal this?

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On what grounds are you going to explain how you were not using a vehicle with no exise duty paid but it was seen and clamped on a public highway?

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I just think the fine is massively excessive, that's 4 days work for some people.

 

I was selling my van, and it was likley to sell at any moment. Will they back down on this at all?

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Unfortunately that's what happens when you try to get away with not paying taxes.

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According the OP's letter in post 5, the offence the DVLA are claiming is that the vehicle was on a public road when a SORN was in force.

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