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November 12th 03 09:28 PM
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EU Jet bust - update by
For those who followed the earlier thread "EU Jet bust" and were interested in the outcome - it appears I have been refunded the full amount paid for a ticket bought with a debit card. Which is a great way to end the week. A big thank you and well done to the EU Jet administrators. And a...
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August 22nd 05 02:49 PM
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Mortgage question by
I think this should be easy to answer but its really crunching my brain today: Taking the example of a Nationwide fixed rate mortgage*, would it be cheaper in the long-term** to: a) Save X p/m for 1 year and then remortgage for the shortfall, to obtain amount Y in 1 year's time or; b) Overpay...
August 23rd 05 10:38 PM
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BANKING: personal guarantee by
In 2001 I took out a 12K business loan at Barclays. I currently owe 4K. I signed a personal guarantee at the time, but I have lost it. Although I have ordered a copy, I have a few questions which are probably quite general. 1) Will PG cover just the loan or every other dealing with Barclays?...
November 24th 05 02:29 AM
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mortgage question by
I need a mortgage on a self cert basis. I cannot prove my income. I need 75% LTV Will I get stung on rates or is this quite usual? Could anyone recommend a lender?
January 10th 06 12:42 AM
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Which option is better? by
I have a 3000 lump sum that I want to pay off my mortgage. I have a flexible mortgage that allows me to overpay every month up to 500 (Nationwide) which I already do. I am wondering if I would save more by overpaying with the lump sum now and paying the 309 early repayment charge than I would be...
January 17th 06 01:52 AM
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Service Charge Deficit Advice Needed by
I live in a block of flats where each flat pays an equal share (1/10th) of the annual service charges to the building. Last year our managing agents ran up an overspend of over 400 per each flat and are now demanding a cheque to cover it. As you can imagine out of the blue at the end of January...
January 27th 06 08:17 PM
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The speeding up of clearing by
A few months ago I remembered hearing in the news that there was plans afoot to speed up the time it takes for transfers and money to clear between different banks and building societies. Given that in other countries who use the same IT mechanisms as we do (ie computerised payments) and...
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April 14th 06 12:25 PM
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Marbles Website by
Is anybody else having problems with the login page for marbles it seems down more than its up?? thanks
September 29th 06 07:47 AM
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Mastercard Heist by
http://www.computeractive.co.uk/vnunet/news/2138274/credit-card-hack-sets-record Interesting to note that in the US there's laws ensuring that the public is aware of such security breaches, so at least everyone knows its happened. Anyone know whether there's an equivalent legal structure in place...
June 20th 05 12:05 PM
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May 5th 05 12:33 PM
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July 3rd 04 07:12 PM
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visa delta in the US by
NC wrote: Will a visa delta debit card be accepted as widely as a visa credit card in the US ? If it carries the VISA logo it should work everywhere the VISA sign is displayed.
August 9th 04 12:58 PM
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What is the best way to benefit financially from currency fluctuations? by
I was talking to a guy down the pub the other day (I know, groan, but hear me out) and he was saying how he has several foreign accounts where he buys some sort of bonds that retain the value when your currency is stronger and then cash it in later when yours has weakened - or something along...
November 29th 04 03:39 PM
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Overpaying mortage by
I suppose the money overpayed on a monthly payment goes to paying the interest rather than the capital remaining which evens itself after a few years in the overpayer's favour, but I'm wondering if there are any mortgages out there that allow you to specify that overpayments paid should pay off the...
March 17th 05 12:37 PM
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A&L Premier Plus Current Account credit card by
I know that the above account comes on top in Fool and Moneyextra's comparison league table for current accounts (5.00%AER - but only until the end of the year, so its just a headline grabber), yet I'm still tempted to make the switch (which they do for you too apparently (aghh...
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April 2nd 05 10:56 AM
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A&L Online DD Q by
Does anyone know whether a DD payment set up and paid into a A&L Direct ISA or Online Saver made through the online banking service becomes a regular DD - I know A&L's FAQs say "we only take your money when you ask us to" - but this could mean we'll take your instructions to pay this DD every...
April 24th 05 04:00 PM
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Cost per day tools? by
I'm about to take some foreign students learning english into my home and want to find out roughly how much all of this is going to cost me - is there anything out there that has a cost analysis of roughly how much certain types of people (juniors and adults) cost to look after as it were, per...
May 5th 05 09:36 AM
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You want to gain much money? So do I!join with me then! That is thus,there is sites that pay for each research in google. This consists of making 40 research per $0,80 day and receiving cent. Or either, to the end of the month they make 25. If to join a friend, and if it to make the 40 research per...
May 5th 05 03:06 AM
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LLoyds question by
On the Lloyds charges page ( http://www.lloydstsb.com/rates_and_charges/other_services_charges.asp ), there is a line: "A charge of 50p is made for each standing order transaction paid from a Service Account to any account other than those held by Lloyds TSB Bank plc and Lloyds TSB Scotland...
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