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    Dodgy Customer

    I am writing to warn you about Easy Services 24hr. They run a service company supplying electricians, plumbers etc to commercial companies and they use local trades people to provide this service. I carried out a job with them on 9th April and I am still chasing them for payment. each time I...
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    Elecsa Annual Fee

    Through my letter box yesterday dropped my renewal letter from Elecsa - money is tight at the moment, so I called them to see if they have any "payment schemes" Yes the lady said, pay your annual fee now, then pay your following years payments monthly, so at the end of the year your next...
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    Domestic Non paying customer - what are my rights??

    Hello all, I'm in a bit of a complicated situation and can't believe in the current climate that there isn't anyone else out there who has experienced something similair. I recently completed a rewire for a small building contractor, whom I have worked for previously with no problem but...
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    best way to keep track od small jobs

    Whats the best way to keep track of small jobs? Alot of small jobs are hard to keep a track of to weather you've been paid or not. Especially if you are doing 4 or 5 jobs a day! Any ideas for making it easier? Thanks, Jason
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    NICEIC legal advice? Anyone Know?

    Does anyone know if I'm entitled to any legal advice/support from NICEIC? I finished a rewire+c/u change of 3-bed terraced house just before xmas. Because there was a 7 month pregnant lady in the house allthe time, I did it all while keeping the existing installation going, cleaned and tidied...
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