I’ve been paying my Lewis account at the best of my abilities. but skipped last month now they want to repose my furniture without any warning what can I do to protect myself and refrain my furniture being repossessed
I had electrical problems in October 2017,and called the municipality for assistance they came and did a connection bridged ro my meter and told me They will return once they have new meters so they never came back, I went to the municipality last week to check on the progress of the issue “today they came and installed a new meter when I go to the office to register it they told me I have to pay because the connection was illegal I don’t have names of electrician who did that but I have a number plate of the vehicle they were using, Since as I speak now I don’t have electricity.
I recently tried to apply or a homeloan and have been told its rjected due to a trace alert , upon investigating they found that a property once owned by my ex husband was sold on auction and the defeceit was what i was being traced for – NOT MY EX-HUSBAND but me
this was 2005 i have been divorced for 10 years and now they tracing me
Good day. I have signed a 24 mth contract with C K Moneyline in OKT 2018 for share trading servises at a monthly debit of R 399. I can no longer honor the payment due to finacial constraints. I did inform Share Trackin Now of my intentions and send a cancellation form. They instructed me that i am still under obligation to honor the outstanding 17 payments. I approached them for a second time and they failed to respond.
Pls help and thank you,
I currently have a situation where I applied to purchase a vehicle at a car dealership of which my application was unsuccessful.They then offered me a leasing contract with their sister company of which the first 3yrs would be a leasing contract and thereafter another 3yrs would be a rent to own contract. Now that the 3 yrs has passed by they advised that they can no longer offer the rent to own contract as they no longer have that option available. I have been struggling for almost a year to get the rent to own contract from them. Each time I enquire, their response is either they currently don’t have that option available or it is not a viable option. I have approached the Auto Mobile Ombudsmen and NCR but unfortunately they cannot assist as this is not within their jurisdiction. In the meantime I saw the same company advertising rent to own cars on their website whereas they told me this option is not available but will contact me as soon as it is. Of which they still didn’t.
Their sister company that I initially signed up with, no longer has a website and as an existing client I can no longer log in to my online profile and it seems that they are solely operating under the new group name now. What am I to do in this situation as I constantly have to extend the lease agreement in order not to “lose” the car? Now they also sent me an e-mail to extend my lease but must do so for minimum 2 years whereas they are advertising rent to own options on their website.
This is not fair practise as they are currently advertising on their website that they have rent ot own options available but are not offering me this even though this was the initial agreement when I signed up. Why I don’t know as I have never defaulted and stuck to the terms and conditions during the 3yrs.
I had medical aid conributions deducted from Oct 2018 – Dec 2018, and the fund knew that my benefits would not be reinstated but still accepted the contribution. They have double standards and used more than R 17 000.00 of my money for services I didn’t have access to. Furthermore, this left me without medical aid cover and suffered tremendously in emergencies and times of requiring the assistance of a GP or even a painkiller.
I would like to know if I can claim against this scheme for the following :
1) Refund of my contributions
2) Medical fees incurred (hospitalization) as well as setbacks when I couldn’t take my family cos I had no money and no medical aid yet the scheme was deducting from my salary.
3) setbacks – ie. loans, uber rides, telephone costs.
4) pain & suffering