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Sheila Randell says:
7 April 2021

111 accessible

Please be aware if advised to access 111 accessible ( internet) via the nhs 111 phone line. By using google , 111 accessible leads you to a site asking for credit card details and is not 111nhs site
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8 April 2021

The death of Contract

For centuries sale of goods/services relied on contract. For 140 years consumer law modified and controlled contract terms. Is now the time to abandon the distorted contract model completly?
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8 April 2021

unanswerable e-mail

Time for a ban on e-mails I cannot reply to? I am tired of organisations (including government agencies like DVLA) who e-mail me but will not let me reply the same way and/or hide their addresses.
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Chris Heels says:
8 April 2021

Awarded a prize from Morrison’s.

Some scam to get you to do a survey and win a prize, normally an up-to date mobile phone. But, you have to pay postage..
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Chris Heels says:
8 April 2021

Contacting the British Gas Board

It is so frustrating when you want to email them with a concern that you have. You can hunt high and low for their email address, from screen to screen until you want to scream.
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Peter Ibbott says:
10 April 2021

smart Technology

Too much insistence on smart technology which doesn’t help people without smart phones
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willow says:
12 April 2021

Pro’s & con’s re ‘Free’ Delivery of NHS Prescriptions

There is a proliferation of ‘pharmacies’ offering free delivery of NHS prescriptions, but my wife and I have experienced problems.

Lloyds Pharmacy introduced ‘Echo’ free delivery, operating nationally from a central pharmacy with secure delivery by Royal Mail. Echo appeared unable to despatch on schedule, with regular prescriptions arriving in ‘parts’, extended over two weeks.

In January, receiving only part of my regular prescription I emailed Echo who were unhelpful, claiming:
• they never ‘split’ prescriptions – although their ‘norm’
• my GP surgery hadn’t ordered – incorrect, as records confirmed
• product unavailable – but in stock at local Lloyds, and manufacturer confirmed no unavailability.
• problems were created by customers!

I questioned comments by email, but response was there none!

A further part of my prescription arrived a few days later, when I cancelled Echo, reverting to collection from local Lloyds – who provided outstanding item Echo hadn’t delivered…. But now have – fourteen weeks late!

My wife continues with Echo: prescription deliveries remain split, sometimes even duplicated. Friends who chose Echo similarly suffer, and GP surgery ‘admits’ difficulties.

Echo is a subsidiary of Lloyds Pharmacy and are paid about £6 for each delivery, which may be why prescriptions are ‘split’ into separate ‘deliveries’.

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19 April 2021

750 ml mineral water bottle

Aira Premium is the best packaged drinking water dealers in Hyderabad with traders, distributors, wholesalers, manufacturers & suppliers. Visit https://airapremium.com/750ml.html
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Frosties says:
20 April 2021

Mental health – issues, self help and support from others – after surviving a Scam/Fraud

What are the issues people experience. What have people found helpful . What support have they accessed from organisations that have been helpful or not. What else would be helpful?
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21 April 2021

Sustainable appliances

In view of over-consumption, conserving energy and the growing scarcity of resources, should Which? rate appliances for how easy it is to repair them?
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26 April 2021

Diesel car emissions

I wonder what members think about claims companies offering to obtain compensation for companies misleading purchasers and and those who leased diesel cars over approx last ten years.
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29 April 2021

Near-monopoly camera-traders

Although there are a good number of high quality camera/lens manufacturers worldwide, in the UK Canon and Nikon have near-monopoly status. Why?
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29 April 2021

EBay’s increase in its final value fees

EBay is about to raise its final value fees from about 10% to 12.8% and will take over all financial transactions, delay all payments to sellers by two days and squeeze PayPal out. Is this acceptable?
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