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  • wilfred
    started a topic National Hunter and Cfas issue

    National Hunter and Cfas issue

    Before i get into the full story can anybody clear up three points for me please? I have read some conflicting information about how long an NH marker stays active. I thought it was six years but Im sure I read somewhere on here that it was rolling 13 months assuming no other issues were flagged to...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic My dad passed away this morning

    My dad passed away this morning

    He waited to be alone as we had been taking in turns for shifts and my nephew was there last night - but at 2.30 he went out for a cigarette and when he came back dad had gone .

    At 2.30 I had a dream that my dad lifted his arm and waved to me from his death bed , then i received the...
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  • Last stage of Parkinson's and dementia (my dad)

    We've been told my dad is in the last stage of his illness. He's bedridden now and has lost the ability to swallow most of the time , he isn't eating and barley drinks.

    He's in a care home and our doctor spoke to my mum about what care she would like him to receive. She decided to keep...
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  • scottygees
    started a topic CCA

    CCA

    So after months of deliberation I have decided to go down this route. I have debts both pre and post 2007 that are still outstanding. Is it worth sending off for post 2007 agreements as I get the impression these are exempt. Also do I send to the original lender or to the DCA? Any advice, including...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic carers allowance

    carers allowance

    My dad is in a care home permanent now so my mum is on her own . She is a cancer survivor she has asthma and is bent over with age sciatica - she cannot make her own meals properly as she can't stand straight so i make them for her and i am there twice a day to make sure she has eaten and i do all her...
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic checking credit file

    checking credit file

    I want to know when any defaults were recorded - is it a bad idea to check ?
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  • eburton
    started a topic Littlewoods extra care advantage

    Littlewoods extra care advantage

    Hi I have been told today that extra care advantage is a form of PPI payment is this correct ? If so i have had an open account with littlewoods since about 1995. I can not remember signing up to any form of payment protection insurance i do not have any paperwork from when i opened the account in 95....
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  • SXGuy
    started a topic Natwest paid out over 1k unarranged overdraft

    Natwest paid out over 1k unarranged overdraft

    Guys quick question. Natwest have kindly allowed over 1k payment to pay their business credit card from my mother's account when the balance was zero resulting in unarranged overdraft fees something silly like £6 per day. Can they do this?
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  • Spent2much
    started a topic Considering parents moving in

    Considering parents moving in

    As my parents disability is getting worse especially with my dad's Parkinson's nearing the advanced stages - we have talked about them moving in with us - we have 3 spare rooms and a spare bathroom .

    I'm not so sure though because my dad is awake most of the night and then there is the...
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  • Deepie
    started a topic 101-year-old guilty of sex offences

    101-year-old guilty of sex offences

    Man, 101, guilty of 21 historical sex offences against girls - thought to be oldest person convicted in England.

    Jurors found Ralph Clarke from Erdington, Birmingham, guilty of 21 counts of abusing the girls in the 1970s and 80s.

    He will be sentenced on Monday.

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  • di30
    started a topic Hi everyone

    Hi everyone

    Hi everyone.
    Long time and no speak. Am so sorry I've not been around, I have missed everyone.

    Just to keep you informed as most of you were aware of my kidney issues, I have unfortunately moved on to to stage 4 CKD, but it's been steady over the last 2 lots of bloods, however if...
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  • Little woods extra care 500 after account been sold to a dca

    Hi people from looking at previous posts I decided to double check through my sar request from littlewoods and found that I had this extra care 500, payments were taken of various amounts a month until I defaulted on the payments. Just at a glance the amount comes to about £1100. My question is as...
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  • What is likely to happen when i let the bank know i am self employed?

    long time no see, or rather read! Life keeps getting in the way of many things for me at the moment!

    Glad to see all is well.

    What is likely to happen when <cough> i tell the bank i am now self employed? Other than them wanting to charge me for drawing...
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  • Natty
    started a topic How could I let this happen again....

    How could I let this happen again....

    Dear All,

    I am finding it so difficult writing this post, but I really do not have anyone else to turn to. I know I have been extremely foolish, and I know my friends will not judge me on here.

    Due to a difficult few months I have got involved in PDL yet again, I am beyond...
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  • HOUSING BENIFIT AND CARERS ALLOWANCE/ATTENDANCE ALOWANCE

    Hi i was hoping someone could give me some advice as i am thinking of moving in with the person i care for and was wondering how it would effect the persons housing benefit he gets attendance allowance and i claim carers for him any advice would be most welcome as last time i had a problem with the...
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