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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post 'Rip-off' 118 calls spark price crackdown

    'Rip-off' 118 calls spark price crackdown

    The price of a call to directory inquiries will be capped at £3.65 for 90 seconds. Phone industry regulator Ofcom said it is responding to a "steep" rise in prices. The most popular service, 118 118, charges £11.23 for a 90 second call, the regulator said. The number of calls being made to...
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  • BT hikes the cost of holding on to their email address to £7.50 A MONTH for former customers

    Former BT customers who wish to hold on to their BT email address will have to start paying £7.50 a month, the telecoms giant has confirmed. BT will hike the current £5 a month charge by 50 per cent from August 22nd. Existing customers who use a BT email address will not have to pay the fee, and former...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Banks should end unplanned overdraft charges, charity says

    Banks should end unplanned overdraft charges, charity says

    Banks should end all unauthorised overdraft charges because they are trapping people in persistent debt, the financial charity StepChange has said. The organisation also wants banks and regulators to do more to identify people caught up in a "vicious cycle of borrowing".Even where customers...
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  • 5corpio
    started a topic Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Speeding fines charges starts April 24th

    Drivers caught speeding will face tougher penalties of up to 175pc of their weekly income under new rules introduced on Monday. Fines for serious offenders will start from 150pc of their weekly income rather than the current level of 100pc. The fines are split into bands from A to C. The penalty depends...
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  • debtnewbie
    started a topic Catalogue default

    Catalogue default

    Sorry another question about a small Next Catalogue debt.

    • The default date has been set at July 2013.
    • At that time, the outstanding balance was around £50.
    • I wrote to the creditor advising of position and offering token monthly payment - this was declined.
    • The default - dated
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  • debtnewbie
    started a topic debtnewbie's Diary

    debtnewbie's Diary

    Here's the (long) list - hope this format is okay...any advice much appreciated!
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    Last edited by debtnewbie; 12th March 2017, 17:11.

  • 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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  • snowy
    started a topic Wageday Advance email contact details

    Wageday Advance email contact details

    Hi

    Strange question this but does anyone have any emails you have kept from Wageday Advance from circa 2011 to 2013 at all?

    I just need the header details from the bottom of the emails for a Payday Loan complaint I have with them.
    Im aware they have changed offices in...
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  • Landline phone prices review launched by Ofcom

    Landline phone prices review launched by Ofcom

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 1st December 2016 14:04
    Telecoms regulator Ofcom has launched a review of landline-only rental prices after concerns that people may not be getting value for money.

    It said
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  • lookingforward
    started a topic NHS Exemption

    NHS Exemption

    Hi after a bit of advice please.

    My partner and I have not received our NHS exemption cards this time around (last 6 monthly expired end Oct) and having a look at the flowchart it seems this is because at our last tax credits renewal we no longer claimed for child tax credit for the 1st...
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  • LeeC
    started a topic what can you claim back from store cards?

    what can you claim back from store cards?

    hello

    has anyone claimed anything back from store cards?
    if so what can you claim back?

    i know you cant claim the interest back that they charge on each statement but can you claim fees for late payments? being over credit limit?

    thanks!
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  • LeeC
    started a topic Ferratum - claiming back interest charges

    Ferratum - claiming back interest charges

    Hello all

    has anyone had any dealings with Ferratum?

    i like many people have gotten into the cycle of taking multiple payday loans out to pay another back and to make ends meet ending up in a debt spiral so im amazed that this company state on their website FAQs "...
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  • marypoppins
    started a topic O2 Travel - BEWARE

    O2 Travel - BEWARE

    Has anyone else had a shock after returning from a holiday in Europe to find that they have paid £1.99 per day, even if they've only sent a single text or short call?

    It seems that O2 travel now includes any text and call in addition to data.

    I wasn't aware of this and it...
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  • Cost of a basic funeral soars for the 13th year running

    Cost of a basic funeral soars for the 13th year running

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 14th September 2016 16:00
    The cost of a basic funeral has risen for the 13th year running to an average £3,897. Experts warn that if the trend continues thousands of families will
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  • Pixie
    started a topic Dad's council tax

    Dad's council tax

    Yet again I'm sorting out my dad's stuff.

    Last Thursday (8th) he got a letter from the council saying that he'd missed paying an instalment of his council tax and, as it was the second time he'd missed, he'd lost the right to pay in instalments. They wanted the remainder of the year's council...
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