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  2. 💋 Can't see anything wrong with that, next rounds mine when we meet again All1
  3. How about a beer for your barrack room lawyer Nice result by the way 👍
  4. Great result m8 Would now be the right time to ask you for a loan?
  5. Well checked the bank today and the money is there £801 plus an extra £30 for extra hassle, so holding on to my £800 for the best part of a year has cost them £105 in total, feels like they should have paid alot more for all the hassle and bullsh1t they have given me but i'm just glad to be free of them, my advice to everyone else is avoid Together Energy at all costs and don't be put off, if someone owes you money keep pushing for it, DJ & Rother many thanks for your help guys. All1
  6. Got another phone call from Together Energy today saying the funds will be in my account in the morning but i have heard this before, so we will see what the morning brings All1
  7. Will do letter went off last week, listing everything and supplying paperwork eveidence including OFGEM ruling (but ofgen seem pants from my experience) but we will see i will not only list the compnay but i will list the FD on it as well and hopefully it should get some movement but donubt it to be honest but i'll keep it updated as i have news. All1
  8. Good luck with this mate, let us know how you get on
  9. I did it a few years back. I had to pay £200 to file the complaint with county court. And another £200 when it went to court. They were found guilty in their absence and ironically, paid up the next day (including all costs) They even complained to me by email that they now had a recorded CCJ registered against them even though they paid up... and it would affect their credit rating. This was a Ltd Business and I later found out you can actually go to the .gov site and fill in a claim there and they have to power to freeze their bank accounts and stop them trading.
  10. OK Thanks DJ I'm going to write one final time on Monday as i could do without going to court but i will look at Money Claim Online now and see what they say many thx. All1
  11. LOL very funny m8, well it could have been a lot worse for me so in that way i dodged a bullet, but still left with issues, like some weakness on left side and numbness on left side but as i say it could have been much worse for me so i'm not complaining just a wake up call to some degree that i need to change my life 45 years of eating sh1t has caught up with me so now best tasting meal is cardboard with salad dressing 🤢 All1
  12. As long as you have paperwork proving they owe you, and you have been through all the effort of trying to get them to pay, the first thing you must do is send them a letter warning them that they have 7 days from it's receipt to pay up, or face a county court claim. Send the letter by registered post so you can track when it was received. If you don't get a reply by the end of business on the last day of the seven days, DO NOT waste any time, file a claim immediately with Money Claim Online, claiming the outstanding money, the court fees, reasonable costs for yourself (postage, phone calls, time spent on it times the minimum wage rate, etc, etc), plus the all important 8% compound interest on the outstanding amount from the day it was originally owed. There are calculators online that will work out the amount of interest for you, and the daily rate it is increasing by. They then have 14 days I believe (though it may have changed) to either admit the claim or contest it, from the sound of it they have no contest , when they admit it, they will have to cough up, if they fail to answer the court papers, you will win by default. The court will set a date by which they have to pay the money, if they fail, you can start the procedure to send in the bailiffs, most defaulting companies will pay up when they see this happening, but it will usually happen before. Unfortunately you will have to pay the fees up front, but these are 100% reclaimable as part of the court action.
  13. great to hear that you survived your own brain A1W. I only stopped by to see which one of you goes first as i've got you on the deadpool 😂 Hope things getting better though 🙂
  14. Together Energy owe me £800 and been through ombudsmen etc and still no money so only option left is small claims, any advice for me if you've been through it. All1
  15. Should not have asked m8, recovering from a stroke which i had last year, in fact it was 364 days ago, so still hangin in there m8, so long as i old live that old barsteward Zorro i'll be OK 😀
  16. Cant complain (well i can but i wont) A1W. How are you?
  17. Wow blast from the past, hope life is good for you m8. Yea it was a pain in the rear but in the end i went with 1&1 (or whatever they call themselves nowadays), i only use them for basic email package and they seem ok for what i need All1
  18. .tk domains are free. http://www.dot.tk/en/index.html?lang=en
  19. Happy 22nd Birthday. @Sir Zorro make the meetup in Scotland and I'm in. Also make sure Sak attends 😍
  20. That looks amazing. Good luck DJ.
  21. Looks good mate, best of luck in your new venture
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