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    This was meantioned to me 2DK. Bloke going to retire morgage company say cough up

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    Water rates i pay ?500 year unmetered, if go on meter shit bill will rocket they cant install a shit meter

    so two options


    that ?500 will only pay two weeks wages of one worker at mcw

    leave kitchen tap running 24/7 including weekends and bank hollidays

    which di you think i do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meat-Head View Post
    This was meantioned to me 2DK. Bloke going to retire morgage company say cough up

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    Water rates i pay ?500 year unmetered, if go on meter shit bill will rocket they cant install a shit meter

    so two options


    that ?500 will only pay two weeks wages of one worker at mcw

    leave kitchen tap running 24/7 including weekends and bank hollidays

    which di you think i do?
    Only you there? get a water meter, will be cheaper, just don't go on holiday and leave the tap running. I pay around ?360 a year by DD for my water and there's 3 of us.
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    Been toying with the meter route but unsure if its worth the aggro for a few quid, mrs red brushes her teeth with hot water tap running so trying to get her to use less water bit like talking to plant pot

    If i was on my own id have one in a flash, id bath in my own pi55 and fill kettle with rain water, happy days

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    we don't go out of our way to save water. It so happens that when I bought my house I got "We *must* install water meters in new houses as a matter of policy, so you have one tough sh*t".... within 2 years I received another letter "Dear Sir, We are pleased to be able to offer you the choice of staying with your water meter or going onto the rating system for your water bill. Could you contact us so that we can arrange for you to be moved off the water meter".... Yeah like f**k I did, the only time they offer the choice is when they think they can dig more money out of me, did they really think that anyone would take up that offer? f'king idiots.

    I stayed with the meter, over the last 20 years I've probably saved myself ?5,000 plus

    Oops sorry to the OP - I'd sooner stick with a repayment mortgage, it may have been daunting when I changed over 7 years into my mortgage, but I know to the penny what I owe and the date I will have it all paid off, without having to go find more money
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    Yes live on own dont care nice to leave tap running, i have paid for ut, so stuff em

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meat-Head View Post
    Yes live on own dont care nice to leave tap running, i have paid for ut, so stuff em
    Well if you like giving them more money than you need to by all means don't have a meter fitted. Personally I'd pay the ing lot of them in pennies given half the chance.
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    Every day i cycle through their parking lot And send the barrier up
    what topic is this again

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobygiant View Post
    So, I urgently need the advice of those who understand the topic of lending. I urgently need to take a loan of $ 15,000, but I do not know any good bank. I started reading reviews and came across https://foxycredit.com/no/arcadia-finans-norge-lan. All that I read about this bank sounds very realistic and it seems to me that they can be trusted, but I'm still a little scared. Does anyone know something about this bank? Or maybe you can advise me something else?
    You want to borrow $15000 (dollars) - but the bank you are looking at is Norwegian ???

 

 
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