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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Overdraft woes

    Overdraft woes

    ...............dipped into an overdraft to pay for an emergency but, like millions of people in the UK, found it tough to climb back out. daily overdraft charges meant families had nothing to spend after rent and grocery bills and were "one bill from financial disaster". Newly-announced plans...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post DCMS consults on data protection fee exemptions

    DCMS consults on data protection fee exemptions

    Every organisation or sole trader who processes personal information is required by law to pay a data protection fee to the ICO, unless they are legally exempt. The Government has launched a consultation on exemptions from paying the fees, which fund the ICO’s data protection work. The consultation...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post BT made to cut rental fee for landline-only customers

    BT made to cut rental fee for landline-only customers

    The phone bills for BT customers who have only a landline will fall by £7 a month from Sunday. The price cut came about following a regulatory investigation by telecoms watchdog Ofcom. It found that although landline rental prices had increased significantly, the cost of providing the services had...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Cash machines fee cut prompts fresh row

    Cash machines fee cut prompts fresh row

    Debate over the future of ATMs in the UK has intensified ahead of a cut in the fee operators receive from banks. From Sunday, the fee paid each time a cash machine is used will be cut, with further reductions due each year until 2021. Link, which oversees cash machines, has argued that the move is vital...
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  • Sunrise care homes group to pay £2m compensation over upfront fees

    The care homes group Sunrise Senior Living has agreed to pay £2m in compensation to former residents for charging upfront fees without making it clear what the money would be spent on.

    Residents who have paid the fees since 1 October 2015 and left one of the company’s homes within two...
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  • rockwell
    started a topic Claim Form

    Claim Form

    Hello All,
    Having successfully seen off Barclaycard and Cap One thanks to this forum, I have now received a CC claim form (commencing Tues 5th June) relating to care home fees owed to the local County Council and outstanding since 2013.
    The outstanding fees are for a relative and the original...
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  • CAPQUEST ( Restons ) v kilasuit - Issued 18 April 2017

    Your AAD Forum Username

    kilasuit

    Name of Claimant

    CAPQUEST

    Name of Claimant's Solicitors

    Restons

    Claim Issue Date

    18 April 2017

    Who Signed the Claim Form?

    An Individual (i.e. Joe Blogs)

    How much is being...
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  • leena
    started a topic Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Notice of issue of warrant of control

    Hi Guys, hope your all well, I've not been around for a while as all my debts have gone thanks to you guys, but my misses has a court letter as per heading, just after some advice really where to go from here and will they agree paying in instalment's, what we don't want is for them to take the car...
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  • AA may have to raise prices because of tax increase

    AA may have to raise prices because of tax increase

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 8th February 2017 20:21
    The AA has warned that it may have to raise its prices because the government has doubled the tax rate on insurance policies in less than two years. The breakdown
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  • Hoist Portfolio Holding 2 Ltd ( Howard Cohen ) v Clairebear - Issued 10 January 2017

    Your AAD Forum Username

    Clairebear

    Name of Claimant

    Hoist Portfolio Holding 2 Ltd

    Name of Claimant's Solicitors

    Howard Cohen

    Claim Issue Date

    10 January 2017

    Who Signed the Claim Form?

    The Solicitor Firm (i.e. Joe
    ...
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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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  • daisy
    started a topic CCJ from 2005

    CCJ from 2005

    I have an old CCJ from 2005 for a store card which I have been paying £10 a month for, however, I will quite soon be moving and will have no employment or assets for them to consider chasing.

    My question is, can I simply tell them to go forth? as I feel that I've more than repaid what...
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  • Roscoe
    started a topic Roscoe UE Diary

    Roscoe UE Diary

    Hi everyone, I’m a newcomer but in need of a lot of help. My journey into debt began a long time ago but accelerated with the financial crash. I was self-employed and one of 3 directors of a small limited company from 2003-2007. The business was doing quite well but began to lose customers and contracts...
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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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  • 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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