The Sale of Goods Act 1979 provides many protections for buyers. One of its key provisions is that which states that if there is something wrong with goods you have bought you can ask the vendor to repair or replace them, free of any charge to you. As with all such laws there are always
Debt doesn’t just hit your bank balance and credit rating, it can have a huge impact on your emotional wellbeing too. From stress and anxiety over how you’re going to pay all you owe, to the feelings of failure or shame that many people experience when they’ve been heavily in debt, it can take some
Being in debt can feel like you’re stuck in a deep hole with no means of climbing out. Burying you head in the sand will only make the situation worse, so if you are feeling overwhelmed by financial worry read on to discover some of the options that may be available to you. There are
This may sound like a silly question, but really … do you need to borrow money? Reaching for a credit or store card, buying goods on credit in general, seems to have become the default position for shoppers everywhere. But when economic uncertainty still looms large, it may be time to reassess your buying habits.
They are one of the quickest and simplest means of securing funds, but anyone taking out a PayDay loan pays heavily for this convenience. PayDay loans are one of the most expensive ways of borrowing money; failure to meet the strict repayment rules can quickly lead to the debt spiralling out of control and seriously
A bailiff may pay you a visit if you have an unpaid debt and you have not been in contact with whoever you owe the money to. They are also engaged to provide a personal handover service for certain legal documents. Bailiffs are effectively ‘enforcement agents’, whose job is to uphold the law. They have