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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post England flooding: Why insurance may not cover damage

    England flooding: Why insurance may not cover damage

    As a business owner, it is the worst kind of double-whammy - first flood waters pour through the premises, and then the insurance does not cover the cost of starting over again. Pam Webb told the BBC that her spa in Fishlake, near Doncaster, was once covered for such a situation, but not anymore. "I...
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  • Joanna Connolly
    started a blog post Alpha Insurance Declared Bankrupt

    Alpha Insurance Declared Bankrupt

    The insurance company Alpha Insurance A/S has been declared bankrupt. Policyholders must obtain a new policy with another insurance company as fast as possible if they want to maintain their insurance cover.

    Its an off shore company so no UK protection but the Danish Guarantee Fund for...
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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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  • sebaab
    started a topic Help Needed Cowboy Builder Threatening Court

    Help Needed Cowboy Builder Threatening Court

    I need help as I am in the unfortunate position of being in dispute with a builder who was doing a building job for me. I sacked him before he finished the work because he is incompetent. Not only that but he lied to me, didn't turn up most days, had a near miss involving a neighbour and generally...
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  • Getting Accounts moved to a DCA (HFC & HSBC)

    Hi

    Someone very knowledgeable about the CCA generally and UN in particular I was talking to recently mentioned that ..... "I could do with getting that one (an HSBC account) moved on to a DCA". (Hope I'm not misquoting her!). Since I'd always though it's an OC's decision to...
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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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  • 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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  • JLC
    started a topic Card protection payment reclaming

    Card protection payment reclaming

    Hi

    I've just received my SAR for my barclaycard and there is no PPI, but there is card protection insurance. The statements only start from 2009 (although the card application started in 2006) and up until 2012 (1 year after I defaulted), they were still taking the payment. When each...
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  • carjam29
    started a topic Old Bank of Scotland Loan

    Old Bank of Scotland Loan

    I had a loan with Bank of Scotland in 2000 and believe I was misled PPI. The loan was in joint names with my late husband. I do not have the account number and would like some advice about how to proceed.
    Many thanks
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  • Default cost certificate been served on me - advice needed please

    I had a car accident in 2008 which resulted in a personal injury claim which dragged on until it was finalised in court in nov 2014. As I was unsucessful in the claim I was ordered to pay the defendants cost's. I have hear nothing since the case was closed until a few weeks ago when I was sent a default...
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  • PPI Reclaim after statute barred

    Hi all
    Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I have been down the unenforceable route on several of my credit cards. The usual happend. Default, hassled by countless DCAs. None of which provided a true CCA. Now that 6 years have passed. And they are all statute barred. If I was to make a ppi claim...
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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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  • Balleriana
    started a topic Natwest advantage gold account

    Natwest advantage gold account

    I am trying to find out if anyone does know what were the benefits that Natwest had in their advantage gold account. Also when did they introduce car breakdown to their benefits. Was it included when the bank first had advantage gold account.
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  • Cassy
    started a topic Littlewoods Shopping Insurance

    Littlewoods Shopping Insurance

    Hello ive been reading through a few threads on here regarding littlewoods shopping insurance, and i am wondering if the shopping insurance would pay out if I needed to make a claim.
    I cant quite remember the date i opened an account at littlewoods, but it was in 2010, and I had just started...
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  • State pension outcasts to receive warning letters

    State pension outcasts to receive warning letters

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 23rd June 2016 10:23
    Letters will be sent to more than 100,000 people who are set to miss out on the new state pension owing to a lack of contributions.
    A rule imposed in April
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