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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post EE fined £100,000 for unlawful texts

    EE fined £100,000 for unlawful texts

    The Information Commissioner (ICO) has fined mobile network EE £100,000 for sending text messages to customers without their consent. The ICO says more than 2.5 million messages were sent in 2018. The purpose of the texts was to encourage EE customers to use the firm's app and also to upgrade their...
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  • ICO raids addresses in Greater Manchester investigating 11 million nuisance text messages

    The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has searched two addresses in Greater Manchester as part of an investigation into companies suspected of sending millions of unsolicited text messages. ICO enforcement officers executed search warrants at offices in Stockport and a house in Sale. The operation...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Pension cold-calling ban to include texts and emails

    Pension cold-calling ban to include texts and emails

    A forthcoming ban on cold-callers who try to scam people out of their pension savings will include emails and texts, the government has announced. Nearly 3,000 savers have been conned out of an average of £15,000 each since 2014, after fraudsters persuaded them to cash in their pensions. Certain types...
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  • 5corpio
    started a blog post Watchdog probes £4.50 premium rate texts

    Watchdog probes £4.50 premium rate texts

    A watchdog has revealed it is investigating a premium-rate texting campaign, following complaints from recipients that they have been charged fees even though many believe they never opted into the service. One expert claimed the messages look like spam, which could cause phone owners to ignore them....
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  • Zeppelin
    started a topic Linking Threads

    Linking Threads

    Hi

    Could anyone tell me how to link threads please? This in the context of my UE Diary so as all the different parts of the diary appear one after the other.

    Thanks. Zeppelin.
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  • Deepie
    started a topic Is it OK to watch porn in public?

    Is it OK to watch porn in public?

    (Once I realised, although I genuinely didn't mean to, my eyes kept on being pulled back to it. I couldn't quite believe it.) Quote

    That's like reading someones private text


    Full story here ----> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-38611265
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  • Never-In-Doubt
    started a topic Cloggy - AAD Moderator Passing

    Cloggy - AAD Moderator Passing

    It's with great sadness that I'm letting you know about our very dear friend and colleague, Cloggy (AKA Paul) who sadly passed away recently (13/11/16).

    There is a just giving page for anyone who'd like to give to his chosen charity as well as a few words within the article itself. ...
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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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  • alland
    started a topic Tip Of The Day -MOT

    Tip Of The Day -MOT

    Talking to a friend of mine tonight, he was telling me he had been clamped by a patrolling DVLA mobile van for no road tax on the street where he lives, he stated to them that he paid by direct debit and that was not possible, he was then told his MOT had run out (which it had.by10 days) which under...
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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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  • Spent2much
    started a topic parking fine and bailiffs

    parking fine and bailiffs

    From £70 to £422 .
    Right my youngest son got a parking fine as the above , he is unemployed and gets £70 a week and the bailiffs want the whole lot paying in 3 payments which doesn't add up.
    This is my prodigal son I'm talking about and he lives at his girlfriends mothers house , the...
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  • nanna58
    started a topic Gob smacked

    Gob smacked

    OK hubby being a builder did a garden wall for someone last year, at the end if the job the customer asked would he replace some slabs out the back ,he took up the old ones and put down the new ones .He did it cheaply as a favour because they couldn't afford much.A almost a year on and they rang again...
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  • Pixie
    started a topic The elderly and scams

    The elderly and scams

    My Dad is 84 and is constantly plagued by scam calls even though I've registered his numbers with the Telephone Preference Service. In fact, when I was at his house the other day he got a call (which I answered) from someone supposedly called Michael but who had a very thick foreign accent. He said...
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  • Borrowers making up to 4,000 complaints about PPI every week

    Borrowers making up to 4,000 complaints about PPI every week

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 26th May 2016 15:50
    Payment protection insurance is triggering up to 4,000 complaints a week to the Financial Ombudsman Service, which said the claims management industry and
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  • Google bans 'deceptive' payday loan adverts from search results

    Google bans 'deceptive' payday loan adverts from search results

    This is a duplicate of the Blog Entry made on: 16th May 2016 16:16
    Google is banning adverts for payday lenders from its search results, adding the short-term loan industry to a blacklist that includes guns, tobacco
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