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This is a question Waste of money

I once paid a small fortune to a solicitor in a legal case. She got lost on the way to court, turned up late with the wrong papers and started an argument with the judge, who told her to "shut up, for the love of God". A stunning investment.

Thanks to golddust for the suggestion

(, Thu 30 Sep 2010, 12:45)
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Did you talk to your bank?
I think you can tell your bank when people abuse the direct debit agreement (which I guess this is) and ask them to take it back?
Sorry, not much help now perhaps, but might be worth a go?
(, Fri 1 Oct 2010, 17:39, closed)
Eh?
Payment by cheque would indicate that the payment is not being made by direct debit or have I missed something?

*scratches head*
(, Fri 1 Oct 2010, 18:57, closed)
Perhaps it was I who missed something.
But if the policy auto-renewed but no money was taken you could just tell them to piss off, since they would have no way of getting your money. An auto-renew feature may be favoured by associations etc. but I wouldn't have thought it legally binding enough that you'd feel obliged to pay them by cheque.
(, Fri 1 Oct 2010, 20:09, closed)

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