Yesterday i got a letter from my Bank asking me to ring them re my master card account. This i did and they told me I was overdrawn, this was because they have continued to pay my AOL broadband in UK even though I cancelled the account with AOL when I sold up and moved here over three years ago. What should I do the amount runs into quite a few 100 pounds.
I read that Greenpeace draped a large piece of green canvas over a hotel that was built illegally in the Cabo de Gata area on Thursday. Good to bring it back in the public eye I feel. Its been standing empty for over four years, what a total waste of money. Bob Ross appreciation society
After lengthly discussions at home, I have to stop my private health cover due to budget restraints shall we say. This is worrying but I cannot see an alternative, my question is, could I survive with an EHIC card alone? I just dont know what to do for the best. Any advise?Sweet Water
I am one of the lucky ones. I own my home and I have a UK pension. I know there quite a bit of whinging from some quarters but lots of us OAPs are better of than those with families. What I wonder is what help is there for the poor souls who have problems paying their mortgages.
Recently friends of ours found to there disbelief that their builder have taken money from their account to cover the cost of collecting rubbish. The urbanisation has not been take over by the town hall. The builder has their bank details as they take water and electric from them. Surely this is illegal, has anyone else come across this?
We are really having problems making ends meet and are worried about our mortgage repayments. I feel if we tell our bank we are struggling they will be on our case and watching our bank balance, ready to pounce. There isnt a citizens advice bureau we can confide in, is anyone else in a similar situation or could advise us?
Has anyone been asked to pay a "complementary tax" on a property bought during the last 5 years. My solicitor has informed me that I need to pay an additional amount based on the land registry revaluing my property, without any inspection, 9 months after completion. They have decided their own fair market value which is higher than the purchase price and are taxing me on the difference. All taxes were paid at the time of completion. Is this legal and has anyone else been asked to pay this?