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Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau (4/5)
The Open University - Law
Royal Courts of Justice Advice Bureau Credit card debt, redundancy and eviction are all part of the day’s work for Rebecca Scott,...
Greek crisis a 'self fulfilling prophecy'?
Italy's credit rating has been downgraded following the failure of the eurozone to agree a deal for a second Greek bailout. The BBC's...
Hoping All Is Well
Concerned for a friend and their state of mind.
Have you never got a fine?
This morning on the show I was shocked (and jealous) to hear that there are actually people out there, my co-host in fact, that have...
Paul Martin's Business Update - March 14th, 2014
Paul Martin's Business Update - March 14th, 2014 Canada’s balance sheet is now in the black. These are the kinds of numbers that...
Getting SMS spam dead or alive!
no other words for it - a rant.
There is a third way they get your number Emma. Technically they don't have it on a list, that is a common myth, the reality is they just text and call random numbers. Random except for the first digits (the area code). The only way to stop it ironically is to get on their list, - their list of "do not call" numbers, often by texting the word STOP, but I'm sure some of them just ignore such requests. I know from a Watchdog program earlier this year that some claim to call from companies that in reality do not exist and are just a cover. Personally I sometimes aim to give them what they want: a customer who has paid PPI for years and desperately seeking help... but only to find out who they really are. Then with my online researching skills I can find out much more and use the law to hit them so hard... I also made a customised computer generated voicemail message which I have recorded as a comment here. I hope you enjoy it!
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Paul Martin's Business Update - November 21st
Paul Martin's Business Update - November 21st All the talk that consumers are getting too deeply in debt is not the case in...
The Consumer's Night Before Christmas
I've used this poem with the kind permission of @
... Thank you. It brilliantly sums up what I feel about
Can you really rent a car with a debit card?
Be prepared when renting a car with a debit card. Practical advice that will put you ahead of the curve while on your journey to live a...
Taxcast (A taster)
This is a taster of the Taxcast. It's an upbeat 15 minute monthly podcast from the Tax Justice Network with the latest news, research and...
Wake up and smell the coffee!
World Tonight: Holly and Gary
Cameron Urges Squeezed Families To Pay Off Debts
Onwards Techno Pagan
The growing problem of pay day loans - when you don't have a pay day. New research suggests these short term huge interest loans are making life even more difficult for unemployed people.
A new report by debt charity Consumer Credit Counselling Service has found that 1 in 20 unemployed people were struggling to repay debts...
Payplan Debt Help Podcast - Debt Management Plans
This podcast looks at what a Debt Management Plan is and how Payplan can help
Let Greece go bankrupt
Excerpt of a Jim Rogers interview on the BBC Global News podcast. He says let the bankers and bond holders take a hit.
Concern For Financial Welfare of Hertfordshire's Self-Employed
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