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  • sebaab
    started a topic Parking Eye Parking Charge Notice

    Parking Eye Parking Charge Notice

    Just received a "Parking Charge Notice" from Parking Eye. My wife waited in a car park sitting in the car waiting for someone for 1 hour. Unfortunately she was caught by CCTV entering and leaving the car park so Parking Eye think she was parked for that length of time. The full details are...
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  • sebaab
    started a topic sebaab's diary

    sebaab's diary

    Short history. Mid 2005 to 2008 overspent on credit cards trying to support family on lowish wages. Wife not working due to disabled son. 2008 wife suffers sudden illness so I have to take 10 months off work on half pay to look after 3 kids. Can't afford credit card repayments so slip into overdraft...
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    Last edited by sebaab; 29th April 2017, 15:55.

  • Losttheplot
    started a topic Big ESA problem

    Big ESA problem

    Hello - my first post,
    i claimed ESA contributory in December 2012. I was on long term sick from work and coming to the end of my statutory sick pay and so was advised to claim ESA. I made the telephone application and was awarded it (ESA C ) without any problem - I had long term health issues,...
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  • Council Paints Disabled Bay Around Car, Then Gives Owner A Parking Ticket

    If this had been an April Fool’s Day joke, you’d have to say it was very creative. Matt Armstrong, 46, left his home in West Norwood, South London on April 1 to find a disabled parking bay had been painted around his car. To top it all off, there was even a parking ticket detailing a fine for £110...
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  • 'Bedroom tax': Government loses Court of Appeal cases

    'Bedroom tax': Government loses Court of Appeal cases

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 31st January 2016 08:37
    The Court of Appeal has ruled that the so-called bedroom tax discriminates against a domestic violence victim and the family of a disabled teenager.
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  • Statute of limitations? or default IVA very confused..........

    Good afternoon,
    So Im hoping someone can help me with an explanation if nothing else.....

    So a couple of years ago myself and my husband tried to enter into and IVA however we kept trying to tell the iva company that the repayments they were saying we could afford to make were based...
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  • Disability benefit tests have doubled in cost, says NAO

    Disability benefit tests have doubled in cost, says NAO

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 9th January 2016 09:37
    Disability benefit assessments have doubled in cost to £579m a year but targets are still being missed, the National Audit Office has said.

    The
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  • Tonybluto
    started a topic Mortgage

    Mortgage

    I have been married to my wife for 18 years. And our house is in my name only, she is not on the mortgage and doesn't pay any of the household bills.
    When we met, she had a small flat, it was mortgaged. the flat was eventually repossessed and sold at auction.

    She is currently paying...
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  • nightwatch
    started a topic Daughters accident at work

    Daughters accident at work

    Ok most of you will know that 5 weeks ago youngest daughter was in an accident, while on the works mini bus that picks up disabled children and takes them to school. (no children were involved)
    the KA driver that hit them head on has taken the blame, all ok so far, now the fun begins
    The...
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  • Judicial Review Into DWP’s Disabled Benefits ‘Fiasco’

    Irwin Mitchell has just been granted permission to seek another Judicial Review this time over the length of time PIP claims are taking to complete.

    http://www.irwinmitchell.com/newsand...enefits-fiasco

    The treatment of the...
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  • Bill-K
    started a topic Credit Cards when Disability Hits Us

    Credit Cards when Disability Hits Us

    Hi all. I'm just starting 2 threads in here, as it seems the right place - but please move elsewhere if needed. I'm now subsisting on Pension Credit, and caring for my wife who became disabled last year. She applied for P.I.P., but is still awaiting the result of this. However - I had 3 credit cards...
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    Last edited by Bill-K; 24th February 2015, 13:15. Reason: Link Added

  • pompeyfaith
    started a topic Vehicle Tax/VED Proof

    Vehicle Tax/VED Proof

    Am sure many will be wondering the same so ill ask here to see if we can shed any light on this question.

    I took delivery of another car on friday and as the taxation class changed to disabled had to do it at post office as you cannot change taxation class online anyway this was a simple...
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  • m4rc
    started a topic Aged Debts- when do they cease being an issue?

    Aged Debts- when do they cease being an issue?

    Hi, I have read so much stuff in the last month and although I have learnt loads I am still a bit confused.

    My partner has a big pile of relatively small debts - JD Williams Jacamo and all that lot plus Mext and maybe a couple of others. They vary from £100 ish to £1200, I doubt there...
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  • Charging order for £3k, is this good or bad news?

    To cut a long story short I had an Egg credit card and defaulted in 2011. The matter continued via numerous DCA's and eventually ended up with Bryan Carter who issued a final notice on 4th July 2011.

    The matter was then assigned from Barclaycard to Arrow Global.

    Then Bryan...
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    Last edited by mike'y; 6th January 2015, 20:02.

  • Access to Work: Disability scheme 'not reaching people'

    Access to Work: Disability scheme 'not reaching people'

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on 19th December 2014 14:31.

    *Substantial numbers of disabled people are missing out on government support to help them into work, MPs have said.* The government's Access to......
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