inexpensive microfiber cloth. You'll be shocked how fast one of those grabs every bit of grease you can get it in contact with on glasses.I'm in my mid 40's and recently got my first pair of glasses. I go to almost 'master criminal' levels of avoiding touching the lenses but they always seem to be smudged to death.
I'm seriously considering chucking them out of the nearest window and giving up reading.
I didnt use solicitors for my parents probate as i applied for probate myself. It was time consuming but not difficult.Probate solicitors
i always prise those foil seals off with a fork tine, the tiny tab always breaksand getting that bloody tab off HP brown sauce bottle that you access by unscrewing the cap and then attempting to pull it off..........brown sauce all over my Sunday shirt, trousers, floor and pipper all on my bacon sarnie!
I wish you the best of luck with that, don't expect it to be quick, I'm almost at 3yrs in to a case for £3850 paid for a forklift which never arrived and turned out to be a scam. PayPal have tried everything to wriggle out of my section 75 consumer credit act claim, and despite getting judgement in my favour from the ombudsman in January 2021, they still haven't paid up!An E-bay purchase that has not been delivered, the sender managed to get hold of a Royal Mail delivery notification that was GB registered but the item was coming from the EU, no Customs documentation or import duty, or proof of postage, but Paypal dismissed all of that and closed the case in favour of the sender, this is now with the Financial Ombudsman for resolution, can't even begin to estimate how many hours I have spent on this.
Totally agree! I did my mother's estate probate after asking the "family" solicitor for a quote to do it. The guy wouldn't give me a figure. He told me that probate is far too complex to be able to give a fixed price on. I suggested that maybe a fixed percentage of the estate value would be the way to go. No, he still wanted me to effectively write out a blank cheque. So I did it myself. Its not complicated, just takes a bit of time to do the paperwork. To add insult to injury the solicitor then tried to charge me for the consultation over probate procedure. Needless to say we don't use him anymoreProbate solicitors
+1 but for a different reason,Apple.
Their very good at selling you a product that solves a problem that you don't have.
Was this an Apple store? Apple are very good at honouring a little known caveat of UK consumer law which basically states that goods must have a "reasonable merchantable life". If you check the Apple UK website they deem this to be 6 years. My laptop had a faulty screen at the 4 year mark. Apple arranged for collection and delivery to inspect it and warned me it could cost £440 to repair. Got it back with a 3 day turnaround, new screen and no charge. Several of my colleagues in my day job have had similar experiences.+1 but for a different reason,
Pleasant young lady at the tech desk puts my less than 2 year old iphone 7 through diagnosis and with a smile on her face says" sorry sir but it has a hardware fault" I bl**dy know that, been through the processes and the 'phone calls and the damn thing has the same fault that in the USA and Asia markets Apple are replacing 'phones up to 4 years old due to a faulty component.
"Yes but this is a UK phone with different hardware and doesn't apply". Pigs might fly I think so speak to the manager, no joy I ask what are my options what cost to repair? " Not economically viable sir, you could get a refurbished replacement for £350 but definitely don't recommend that",
What if I part exchanged it for a new iphone 12 mini? "Sorry sir the phone is rubber ducked no chance of part ex you'll have to buy a 'phone from the shop here at £699".
OK I'm a longstanding Apple customer, several 'phones every couple of years, ipads, watch etc, what discount can you offer me? " No discount sir it will cost you £699.
Emails to the UK MD and 'phone conversations follow with no solutions offered whatsoever so they will never get another sale of any kind out of me even if that means rows with the missus 'cos she's going android like it or lump it.
Thanks for posting that info I have heard of that law somewhere but it never crossed my mind tbh, the 'phone is otherwise immaculate so no misuse or accidental damage, I'll look into that and pen another email to the MD, I may even copy it to the CEO in the US so he knows I'm serious.Was this an Apple store? Apple are very good at honouring a little known caveat of UK consumer law which basically states that goods must have a "reasonable merchantable life". If you check the Apple UK website they deem this to be 6 years. My laptop had a faulty screen at the 4 year mark. Apple arranged for collection and delivery to inspect it and warned me it could cost £440 to repair. Got it back with a 3 day turnaround, new screen and no charge. Several of my colleagues in my day job have had similar experiences.