Why is America allowed to Fine UK companies? While American companies like eBay and PayPal are ripping off UK consumers by the Thousands, eBay ordered PayPal to with hold sellers payments for 21 days, that is illegal under "The payment service Regulations 2009" PayPal has Never complied with "The money Laundering Regulations" "The Payment Service Regulations" these 2 American companies are laughing at the EU/UK Regulations and are being allowed to rip off the UK consumer, WHY?
Remember the shares I bought @79.46 Well I almost, only almost sold them this morning There I was sitting at the dealing screen, watching the share price rise nicely, it got to 80.33 and I thought 80.60 and I will sell them What happens next down like a lead balloon to 80p So disappointing So placed a limit order on to sell £41800 if we get to 80.6p today Keep em crossed for me I will need a little luck
Beautiful day here blue sky, I wonder where he is now he seemed a nice chap
I am sure whitelady is still posting but under a different name
Is it just me or does it seem that as soon as FTSE closes the DOW rises and FTSE futures rise then China goes down and FTSE opens down. seems to be following a pattern over the last week, not helping FTSE equities. Seems quite a bit of support for LLOY at 80 which is good news.
I believe that the banks will strongly lobby this new threat of PPI 2. HMG will also suffer especially with their investment in RBS, it will be some years before they will ever see any returns if this goes ahead and then who is it that will suffer, the UK people! No wonder the big boys are looking at leaving the UK. What I cannot understand is why claims can be made on signed agreement forms, these are legally binding documents and hell mend the people who agreed to the terms within the documents at the time. They signed these documents confirming that they have read and understood the terms of the agreement. I believe that the banks and finance houses now have a limit on their terms and anything before this was law was accepted when individuals signed the agreements. IMO, the banks or finance houses did not force these individuals to sign these agreements and the individuals who took the money from the banks or finance houses should pay the money back including the interest that they agreed to at the time!! GL
This is brown trousers time i feel and i can just see this getting the green light using share holders money etc to keep the economy rolling along for the government for years to come while we pay the price of dwindling share price and i can even see the loss of the dividend to fund the billions do we stay or exit before the end of the month because if this ppi2 goes ahead one thing is for certain Berenbergs recommendation of 55p may come true after all.
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