thanks all for your great advices and helps so far.
After self-report the event and telling all the truth to my employer, I am now on suspension pending the investigation. I was given the impression that dismissal without notice is very likely.
If this happens, my right to live in the uk will be immediately revoked so I might not be able to stay until court date.
Does anybody know TFL prosecutions team's direct contact number so I can discuss with them how to close the case if I have to leave the UK..
thanks in advance
Would it be easier to tell them that you have a protected characteristic if one's been diagnosed and tell them which adjustments you need?
Could someone speak on your behalf if you authorise them to speak to the bank when you're together?
Make sure that you track the return of the item and keep a paper trail of its safe delivery.
In the meantime, register with Moneyclaim and start preparing your claim. 99% they will not respond to your LBA or else they will refuse you so get ready now.
Then you need to ask them to explain why they have breached their stated policy for data retention. Also ask them to commit themselves that they do not use some other data storage service/archive. If they refuse to confirm then you might then say that you will proceed to a hearing -although could be risky. You could tell them that if you withdraw the case it will be on the basis that they agree in writing that they have breached their own policy.
I'm afraid that I haven't gone through the whole thread or refreshed my memory of it
I wonder why their support agent didnt seem to think so... I asked them to escalate my issue so we will see.. maybe its because I couldnt provide a specific transaction/transaction date? Anyway I am sending a letter so hopefully that will work.
This is what I am writing:
Account no: XXXXXXXX
Card no: XXXX XXXX XXXX XXXX
Please act upon the following instruction with immediate effect:
I withdraw my authority for all future payments to be debited from the above account/card number by PayPal, including continuous payment authorities (the Payment Services Regulations 2009 apply).
FCA regulation states that “you do have the right to cancel directly with your card issuer. Once you have done this, it must stop payments immediately – it cannot insist that you agree this with the company taking the payment first.”
Please confirm in writing that you have received and actioned this instruction.
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!