As far as I know she hasn’t submitted a grievance before, she was going to submit one today as she received a letter inviting her to a meeting which is to discuss making her redundant (I thought the process had been completed), however I advised her to hold fire until I came onto the forum as I’m not sure whether it would be a good idea for her to do so before they have completed the redundancy process, She said she has emails which can prove she is being discriminated against.
Just a question on your issue with ADCB, have you heard anything more of them since,
I'm in the same situation, just got a pre pap letter from moriartylaw for ADCB credit card debt.
Is it a good idea to follow post 5 instruction as you did?
Depends on the value of the claim...
Issuance fees -
Greater than £3,000 but no more than £5,000 = £205 manual claim £185 MCOL on line claim.
Hearing fees – fees order 2.1 Small Claim Track where the amount claimed is: up to £300 £25 between £300.01 and £500 £55 between £500.01 and £1,000 £80 between £1,000.01 and £1,500 £115 between £1,500.01 and £3,000 £170 more than £3,000 £335
I had a similar issue with my 11 plate Mondeo TX. Random electrical issues, hazards would come on, etc
The cause was the battery not taking charge and therefore screwing up the electrics. The car was five years old when I had to change the battery.
All was fine after that. When the AA came out to test it, they said it should have been pulling 60 amps from the alternator, but it was pulling 10!
I'd get the battery checked
Don't touch them owe me £500 since January 2019 make excuse after excuse. Seem they always have software problems sending money out. Keep saying they will call back or email nothing been chasing it now for 6 mths the phone staff always have the same banter we will chase it up and get back to you then nothing!