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The mechanic advised that the throttle flaps are shown as an error code on his machine and need to be cleaned, he took the throttle flap device off to clean it, the fault still persisted, he replaced the entire unit which then cleared the fault. I spent roughly 3 hours in the garage trying to resolve the fault error codes. I then was shown that these codes were cleared and that its all now in good condition and working.   only test drove this vehicle at maximum of 40mphs and as it was central London taking it on the motorway was a long way away. I paid a £200 deposit initially on Saturday the 8th January 2022 and went to London on 9th January 2022 to check this car. Once everything was sorted at the time, I was convinced by a sales pitch of Amir that this car is road safe and I'm able to drive it back to Brighton with no issues. I paid the remaining £3000.   Upon leaving to the motorway, the engine was struggling and it was making a very seriously bad noise, the turbo was not picking up properly and it really felt like there may be something seriously wrong with the car, when I would pull up to roundabouts the car revs would flicker and the car would shake.   I then had it serviced and got a Carbon Clean on the engine and everything seems to be in order, it started to drive a little better, but I barely ever gone over 40mph.   I wanted to speak with Amir to discuss this and tried calling on the 20th January 2022, knowing I still have my rights under the Consumer Act 2015, but wanted to address the issues and find a solution. I was unable to get hold of him.   The third time I went onto the motorway on 22/01/2022 after going around 65mph the Revs just went to 5 and my car started to slow down, I was not able to push more than 35mph in a 70mph, which almost caused a collision. I luckily was only 20 minutes away from home and was able to come off the Motorway and get home safely.   During some of the inspections that I had the engineers that Amir took me to by Beavers Cars dealership is called Speedy's Autos. He said that the car is road safe and being a mechanic shop re-assured me.   Since I had the car, the drivers seat-belt would unclip from time to time, I was told the tread on my left front tire is below the legal limit. I've had the sensors, electrics and front and rear brake lights needing replacements by what it sounds like the Turbo completely went   and I should not have been allowed to drive this car back to Brighton. It put me and others at risk especially when they knew I've only just got my drivers licence and was still a new driver.   I would like a full refund for the £3200, I've already spent money on a set of new tyres, wheel alignment and brand new brake pads and brake disks and a repair on the seat buckle luckily the parts can be returned and wheels aren't due to be fitted until Monday 24/01/2022.   I've also already paid for Road Tax, Parking Permit and insurance on this car which I will have to sort out. . The Consumer Rights Act 2015 makes it an implied term of the contract I have with Beavers Cars that goods be as described, fit for purpose and of satisfactory quality. As you are in breach of contract and I've owned the vehicle for less than 6 years, I am within my statutory rights to ask for a refund at no further cost to me. I look forward to hearing from you within 14 days with details of how you plan to resolve this matter. Yours sincerely,   ........................     Any help would be appreciated.  I've sent this over to them via text to Amir who I been dealing with from Beaver Cars in Hounslow - I do not have an email for them.    Amir Beavers Cars 61 – 67 Salisbury Road Hounslow Middlesex TW4 7NW Dear Sir/Madam Ref: xxxxxx On 09/01/2022 I purchased, and took delivery of, the above vehicle an Audi A4 Avant 2007 from you. On 22/01/2022 I discovered that it was not of satisfactory quality: the turbo cut out and car would not go over 40 mph, even after restarting.   The Consumer Rights Act 2015 requires dealers to supply goods that are fit for purpose, as described and of satisfactory quality. However, the vehicle is clearly not roadworthy. You are therefore in breach of contract.   I am legally entitled to reject the vehicle and to be reimbursed the original purchase of £3200. I look forward to receiving your cheque or banks transfer refund to my account: xxxxxx – Account Number: XXXXXXXX Sort-code: XXXXXX the total sum of £3200 within 14 days. If you fail to reimburse me, I shall have no alternative but to issue a claim against you in the county court for recovery of the money without further reference to you. Yours faithfully   If they refuse to refund me, what would be my next steps? Thank you
    • The mediation went ahead in the first week of January and I was surprised at how confrontational the mediator was.  The call started on time and as usual I was asked to briefly explain the situation which was pretty standard.  Item posted using Hermes – item never made it from pick up to depot, Hermes deny any responsibility.  I was asked if I understood the mediation process and to confirm that I agreed to compromise.    I said I was happy to participate and that by way of compromise I would be happy to forgo the interest – but that I was looking for the full verified value of the item (sold price plus postage minus the £27 unilaterally paid by Hermes).  I went through the reasoning explaining the unfairness of the policy whereby the customer is asked to take out insurance to protect Hermes from its own negligence and criminality etc. and sat back waiting for the mediator to respond saying she would now speak to Hermes.    She didn’t.   She explained that this wasn’t a compromise, that mediation does not work like this and that she was ending the call and that I should now continue through the court.  I insisted that she puts my offer to Hermes but she refused.  I then knocked 10p from my demand which she could then not argue was a compromise and which forced her to communicate with Hermes.    I was on the call for about 30 minutes – I’ve read on here that others have ended the call and been rung back several times – I was placed on hold briefly during the mediators exchange with only a minute or so between interactions.  The frustrating thing is that every demand I made was immediately accepted by Hermes and it was the mediator who was the obstacle – at one point she even advised me that Hermes had no obligation to pay the costs and that I shouldn’t press for that.  I ended up negotiating it up to £350 which is £18 short of the total claimed; but to be honest I was past caring at that point.   It is of note that Hermes exploited every deadline and have made the process as long as possible.  I had to provide them with my bank details within 5 hours and they then had two weeks to make the payment which they did on day 14.  I’m happy with the outcome and that I forced them to pay but it’s frustrating that a company is obviously training their staff to treat their customers with such obvious contempt.    I will never use them again and have already bought something on-line from a company but only on the proviso that they don’t use their usual shipping solution (Hermes) – to which they agreed.   Thanks for the great work on this forum and to all who are taking action against Hermes – keep it up!!
    • Hi    Thank you very much indeed Mantis .  I really really appreciate your advice.  He had high blood pressure Thursday so I left it, but told him I had good news from CAG and arranged to meet up with him on Sunday to go through this matter.    Thank you again    Have a good weekend  Warm Regards  W.
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use pdfmerge and pdfreducer websites

one mass pdf

we cant be here all night downloading single pages

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DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

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Consumer Credit Agreement CCA section 77 x2  yes.....CPR 31 only if there are any documents referred to within the particulars that have not been attached.

 

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Yes apologies I thought it was a fixed loan as it involves a guarantee and being a business debt

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He's just received a judgement via email to the business email, saying he must pay the full amount.  So the court obviously haven't seen the AOS I sent via their website.  I was told on the phone to them, that it could be sent via email, have I made a mistake?

 

Edit:  I've just checked and I have got an email receipt for it, I spoke to a woman on the phone and she told me that I could email it. 

 

What happens now?

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So they have judgement by default?

Because The AOS didn't get seen but was in on time? And has not been registered?

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NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

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are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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I'm guessing that's the case dx100

 

Does this mean the bailiffs will go round?

 

I've just phoned the court and it seems I shouldn't have sent it to Salford, but Northampton business centre, im just going to phone them now

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is this for both of 'you' defendants.

strange how when you rang salford before they didnt correct you where to send the AOS emails too?

 

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he's only received one so far (the business) via his accountants, who emailed it to him, but I'm guessing maybe the other is in the post, but obviously can't say for sure yet.

 

yes, I find it strange that they didn't correct me too.

 

I've just been on hold on 0300 1231056 for almost 20mins, then got cut off, so back on again now

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I finally got through to speak to someone at the right court, they told me to forward the email to the correct place and request that it's put in front of a district judge.  He said that might not happen, but worth a try. I've done that.

 

Does anyone know what will happen, if the judgement stays, will the court bailiffs call at his house and take stuff?

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BAILIFFS are not automatically sent

The claimant has to request their use, of which the court informs the defendant AFAIK of the application for enforcement.

 

And there is not right of forced anyway .

 

What address was the business registered at ? The home address?

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If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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good the home and any outbuildings are thus safe eitherway.

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DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

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are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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I've just phoned the court and it seems I shouldn't have sent it to Salford, but Northampton business centre, im just going to phone them now

 

But you stated that it was a manual claim...no password.....no stamp...so how could you have acknowledged to Northampton when it wasn't a MCOL claim ? 

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5 hours ago, Larissamj said:

I've just checked and I have got an email receipt for it, I spoke to a woman on the phone and she told me that I could email it. 

it might also pay you to fwd this email too so its infront of the judge 

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NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

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are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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