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    I need some advice please.

    I have had some problems with a nationwide conservatory company (they have made a right mess out of it) and am going to complain to Watchdog as they do not want to fix the problems. Is there any other legal way I can go about this (apart from the courts)?

    Thanks for your help!
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    Can anyone help please?
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    have you paid them already, if you haven't then i wouldn't, although they make get nasty at that.
    maybe search the web. yellow pages for stuff about such problems, urm maybe some legal advice as well wouldnt hurt i suppose
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    (Original post by Absolution)
    have you paid them already, if you haven't then i wouldn't, although they make get nasty at that.
    maybe search the web. yellow pages for stuff about such problems, urm maybe some legal advice as well wouldnt hurt i suppose
    Thanks for your help.

    I'm just not sure what to search for exactly.

    Also, I have paid for most of it.
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    Contact your Citizens Advice Bureau and they should be able to advise you on what to do next.
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    (Original post by wigman15)
    I need some advice please.

    I have had some problems with a nationwide conservatory company (they have made a right mess out of it) and am going to complain to Watchdog as they do not want to fix the problems. Is there any other legal way I can go about this (apart from the courts)?

    Thanks for your help!
    Sadly without knowing the full extent of your situation I can offer little help. Even if I did know it I am not a solicitor so even then could probably not help !!!

    A Solicitors letter will cost about £20 - £30 and the threat of legal action will probably make them put whatever is wrong right. This and you citizens advice bureau are you best steps forward.

    Failing that trading standards or watchdog / local press could help.
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    trading standards??
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    (Original post by ruthiepoothie)
    trading standards??
    The sale of goods act states that all goods must be fit for their purpose. Since the title of the thread is unfit conservatory then surly this could be a good place to start?
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    (Original post by Mark_KK)
    The sale of goods act states that all goods must be fit for their purpose. Since the title of the thread is unfit conservatory then surly this could be a good place to start?
    Thank you very much for your advice!
 
 
 
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