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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Householders warned about 'blocked drain fraud'

    Householders warned about 'blocked drain fraud'

    Householders with blocked drains are being warned to think twice before employing claims management companies (CMCs) to process a claim. The insurance company Direct Line says that more than half the claims being made by such firms are "invalid, inflated or fraudulent". Many people have cover...
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  • stuffthebanks
    started a topic Think i dropped a clanger

    Think i dropped a clanger

    Huge mistake, very embarrasing if anyone read my original post.
    Teach me to make assumptions...
    Thanks guys.

    All the best...
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    Last edited by stuffthebanks; 21 April 2017, 18:19. Reason: Sorted now.

  • 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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  • 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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  • Ashtanga
    started a topic Joint Owned...court now?

    Joint Owned...court now?

    Hi everyone,

    I am aware that there is lots of stuff out there regarding this. But every case has its unique peculiarities eh?

    Joint owned. She left around 8 years ago.

    Not seen ex partner for 8 years over which period I paid the mortgage on the dot - never left...
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  • Sidmouth summerhouse crashes over cliff edge

    Mr Griew, 69....Mr Griew said he had lost 20m of garden since he bought his home in 1997. And at the current rate of erosion of about 1m a year, he has about another 40 years left before his house collapses.

    Well all I can say is enjoy the view .....and if he does live to be 109 he can...
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    Last edited by Deepie; 8 February 2017, 20:16.

  • mikethebike42
    started a topic fidèlité card!

    fidèlité card!

    Well I came home today and my sister said a man left you this envelope was trying to demand your mobile number! .

    In the envelope was a card from fidèlitè credit management saying I have to call to discuss my account.I have no idea who these people are!.

    I did have a...
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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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  • Pixie
    started a topic Happy Birthday Phoenix

    Happy Birthday Phoenix

    Happy Birthday Phee, have a lovely day [img]http://forums.all-about-debt.co.uk/images/smilies/Generic%20Smileys/icon_beer.gif[/img]

    [img]http://forums.all-about-debt.co.uk/attachment.php?attachmentid=17742&d=1431450578[/img]


    Love From Pixie and all of us at AAD Consumer Forum.

    ...
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  • nanna58
    started a topic Poppies

    Poppies

    I shall wear my poppy with pride as I think all the fallen deserve to be remembered.xxxx
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  • family matters and affairs( lasting power of attorney)cost my parents £1278

    A solicitor just went to my parents , my parents have made a will that the house is to be split between me and my two brothers , but now there is this 'government ruling' that means my parents had to pay £1278 which includes court costs so that if either of them have to go in to a home or die then...
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  • nowpennywise
    started a topic nowpennywise

    nowpennywise

    I am going to attempt doing my diaries things started to change for us in 2009 when oldest daughter took ill O/H kept having to leave work to go and look after her she had her own home so was taking a lot of time off work to be with daughter at her home O/H was not getting any pay and money...
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    Last edited by nowpennywise; 23 October 2016, 22:39.

  • betty101
    started a topic Barclaycard - nasty letters. What to do?

    Barclaycard - nasty letters. What to do?

    Hi there,

    Really happy to have found this site and hope to get some help.

    We've managed to get into debt with Barclaycard. Got two cards and approx. £12k on each one. (Long story - ill wife etc)

    The cards are in my fathers name (in his 60s).

    Since...
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  • Parking notice from VCS at Liverpool Airport

    Hi all,

    Received this notice and appealed to VCS, which was obviously rejected. Is it worth appealing to IAS? According to various things that i have read, it's a complete waste of time.

    I was returning a hire car to Hertz and my wife was following to get me back home. She...
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  • Dodgy Practices in "Can't Pay We'll Take It Away"

    I've seen a few of these programmes now, which essentially project a very fluffy image of High Court Enforcement Officers, where they are just nice compassionate people who are only doing their job.

    One tactic I've seen come up a few times is when they have sought to seize goods from...
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