So are delivery people making arrangements to bring food and other goods to people in a way that they can't be infected? I'm not being facetious, I may have read something about delivery people being at risk.
They will because it's easy to be these days. Online shopping means you aren't cut off from supplies, people don't need to go out. You don't even have to cut off contact with people thanks to skype and facetime.
Thanks Andy, I need to delve into this a little further to be clear on a few things.
For some reason, I seemed to think the strategy was to ask for mediation on the basis of not being able to make an informed decision (as they haven't submitted the docs I requested).
I also had the view that it was to direct to courts/process rather than communicate/agree directly with Moriarty.
My underlying issue is that I've previously explained my situation to ADCB & their reps, in that I've not worked & what little income I have is taken up by my DMP.
I'd be open to discussion to a resolution but they've contradicted themselves several times (or at least their agents have) regarding things like freezing interest or setting up an agreement, instead they want a lump sum.
It feels like I've gone in circles so I honestly don't know the best way forward - other than follow the process as you guys have helped with thus far.
I am happy to agree to a stay - if it gives a chance for progress.
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