Who pays for calls if your phone is stolen? Mobile phone companies will cap bills at £100
If your phone is stolen, you’ll only be liable for up to £100 of calls – but only if you report it within 24 hours
If your phone is stolen, in the future you’ll only be liable for up to £100 worth of calls made by the criminals. But that £100 cap only applies if you report your phone as stolen within 24 hours of it happening. It’s a voluntary agreement and, while it’s better than the current system, it won’t protect everyone.
Can ex wives (and husbands) make a claim against each other years after a divorce?
the abstractA court ruling has given an ex wife permission to make a claim against her ex husband. But there’s no guarantee she’ll get anything.
An ex wife has been given permission by the Supreme Court to apply to court for a lump sum from her ex. The ex wife, Kathleen Wyatt, was married to Dale Vince in the 1980s (they separated in 1984 but didn’t get divorced until 1992). They had a son who lived with his mother until 2001. The Supreme Court ruling doesn’t mean Kathleen Wyatt will get any money – it just means she has permission to apply to the court for a lump sum. What does it mean for other divorced couples?
If you’ve received an unwanted or spam text, what should you do?
Over the last couple of months I’ve received a healthy crop of texts from companies that seem to think I’ve had a car accident (‘claim £3750 for your injury’) or been mis-sold payment protection insurance. Funnily enough, I’ve not injured myself in a car accident or bought a PPI policy. But neither am I able to stop the texts.