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Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by pipsaholic on Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:41 pm

Hi,

I signed a contract with Barclays partner finance to get solar panels installed in 2014. They haven't performed like only 10-15% of what they claimed you wouldn't have a lecky bill and the panels were self funded by the government and you would make an income from them all lies.

Been contacted by a solicitors claiming to put claims through however they charge 30% fee on compensation. Thinking about doing it myself direct as the company who installed the panels have been liquidated so I understand under the consumer credit act 1974 I can make a claim of misleading same as the PPI mis selling when that happen.

Anyone been down this road?

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by daveiron on Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:51 pm

Just a few thoughts ,was it a finance agreement with Barclays ie; you were paying Barclays for the panels ?
or was it a loan from Barclays to pay the panel company ?

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by pipsaholic on Mon Apr 24, 2017 6:53 pm

the contract had barclays partner finance on it. It was an agreement? The solar company claimed they have a join partnership through the government (aye right!)

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by daveiron on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:02 pm

Take a look carefully at the contract ,because if as i suspect you were paying Barclays Partner Finance for the panels,
Then your claim should be with them ,which should be better for you as the solar company has gone,& you were buying the panels from Barclays Partner Finance which makes them the supplier.

Maybe assassin has better knowledge of how that scheme worked.

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by petesomething on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:09 pm

Hi pipsaholic

A few years ago i looked into these solar panels , i had a small building firm , i was told one of these solar panels may make a enough power to boil a kettle of water each day,and if you had them on hp , the time you payed for them , the panels would be dead short lifespan , waste of money , may be ok to help the environment.

but this was a long time ago

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by pipsaholic on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:14 pm

You can now sell your feed in tariff and excel 25 years of payments and get paid a lump sum rather than waiting 25 years. You can now also cancel the contract and get a refund on any payments made since you signed your contract due to misselling. This is going to be interesting.

I wonder if I stop payments will Barclays sell the contract onto a debt collection agency? Will they come and remove the panels but they won't be able to remove the inverter as its in the house.

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by daveiron on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:21 pm

Are there law firms doing no win / no fee for miss selling these panels ? Have a look around and if that is the case then it should be relativly easy to do this yourself.
I would not stop payments before you make a claim as that may complicate things

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by pipsaholic on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:23 pm

Yeah, looking to do it myself and avoid the 30% fee plus the £10 admin charge. A few letters and a couple of threatening phone calls should do the trick Smile


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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by petesomething on Mon Apr 24, 2017 7:23 pm

not sure but i dont think people got told the truth when these solar panels got sold, so i think Misselling

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Re: Mis Sold Solar Panels

Post by assassin on Tue Apr 25, 2017 7:15 pm

Thank you Dave??????????????????

You need the original agreement as partnerships were not uncommon and very few worked as there wee two main types, the rented roof and the buy outright.

With the rented roof type you basically rent out your roof and are scammed right from the outset as those installing the panels did so and the subsidy goes straight into their pockets and you keep the electricity. You often have little to no comeback as the future was/is unknown and the agreement was deliberately worded using vague and spurious language and complete obfuscusation so it would be nearly impossible to have any comeback, which is why they use wording such as "estimates, estimated, projected, and based upon current figures" in their contracts.

Next we have the outright purchase where you buy them under a loan agreement, you keep both the subsidy payments and the electricity they produce, but you buy them on finance so Barclays and they are Barclays property until it is paid back.
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