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Asked by billann on 17th June 2016 Report this content
Can I fit gas central heating to my property?

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Asked by Leginthab on 16th March 2016 Report this content
The comments on this company are shocking. Would be helpful to know if any of these comments are for Redwood Court London, NW6 7BH as my son is buying an apartment there?

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Asked by swallen on 25th March 2014 Report this content
Why don't they answer the phone? I'm trying to ring about an outstanding account I owe them.

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Report this content dingding1 Written on: 25/03/2014
They want you to 'default' and miss a payment or time window so they can bully you with so called notified admin fees and charges - this is how they screw money out of landlords. You have to resort to writing, preferably recorded delivery. Pay the original (genuine) fee by cheque. They may retrn the cheque, but I understand they are not allowed to refuse payment unreasonably. What does that mean? Debateable, but if they pursue you for more you can hold out and any judge/arbitrator would see that as very poor behaviour by them.
Asked by Jpearson1957 on 23rd March 2014 Report this content
I should have paid my ground rent in January 2014 in advance for year 2014/1015 how can I be charged £108 for being in arrears?

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Report this content dingding1 Written on: 25/03/2014
They will tell you (if they answer) that their charges are advertised on the back of their invoices. IMO, they want you to miss payments so they can levy charges. They are bullies who are not interested in just collecting due rent (according to many). Pay what you owe, by registered/recorded cheque in the mail. They may reject it, and/or pursue you with threatening letters for the charges too. Its up to you if you fold and move on to your day job - their day job is hassling you. Apparently they threaten court action but noone sees them in court. They use the threat of a damaged credit reference to blackmail you into caving. Report them to whoever you can - MP etc to get help.
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