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Saturday, 31 May 2014

Jeg sendte en e-post til the High Court

Erik Ribsskog

Complaint about Ofcom/Fwd: Ofcom reference: 1-260568294. Email to Ofcom

Erik Ribsskog Sat, May 31, 2014 at 10:38 PM
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Hi,

this is really a complaint about Ofcom, so I should send it to the
High Court, I think.

(Especially since this was just sent to OCCtelecoms@ofcom.org.uk).

Ofcom writes that they can't have their e-mail address on their
website, because they can't have a general enquiery e-mail-address,
because they are to big.

But they send me an e-mail from 'OCCtelecoms@ofcom.org.uk'.

Why can't they have this e-mail-address on their website?

That makes no sense to me.

They just write some balony really, I think.

Also, I asked the Information Commissioner's Office, (who had a proper
e-mail address), to send my complaint on to Ofcom, about a year ago.

But ICO refused to do that.

But there's something called civilisation.

And it's something called society.

Isn't it?

So when I ask them, if can send my e-mail on to their
sister-organisation, more or less, (both are founded by the
Government, if I'm not mistaking), then they could do that, I think.

I've think I've sent you a copy of my first e-mail to Ofcom, (which I
sent a few days ago, to graham.howell@ofcom.org.uk).

Virgin to didn't have a proper e-mail-address, so I haven't gotten to
send to them.

I don't think contact-forms are fine, because they make citizens lose
control of their complaints, I think.

So I tried to find Ofcoms e-mail address.

But couldn't find it, so I ended up sending about this, to ICO.

The inital complaint, (from around a year ago), was mainly about
Virgin needed to visit me four times, (with even more different
staff), to install a broadband-line.

BT only needed one visit and one staff, when they installed a
broadband-line for me, in Mandeville St., here in Walton, in 2006.

So I wonder if Virgin did some bogus stuff.

Also, on the first visit, Virgin drilled an extra whole, in the wall,
in my lounge, and put some silver stuff in it, and also the engineer
lost his balance, in my chair, (or pretended to), and distroyed my
printer, (so I had to glue some stuff on it, with super-glue).

And also I've sent to you, (a copy email), about the Ofcom/Royal
Mail-complaint, in the e-mail to graham.howell@ofcom.org.uk on 29/5.

Regards,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: OCCtelecoms <OCCtelecoms@ofcom.org.uk>
Date: Fri, May 30, 2014 at 5:30 PM
Subject: Ofcom reference: 1-260568294. Email to Ofcom
To: "eribsskog@gmail.com" <eribsskog@gmail.com>




Ofcom reference: 1-260568294



30 May 2014



Dear Mr Ribsskog



Thank you for your email dated 29 May 2014 to Graham Howell. Graham
has forwarded your email to the Consumer Contact Team and I have been
asked to reply.



I was sorry to learn that you felt it necessary to complain about our
website. Because the communications sector covers such a large area,
we are unable to supply an email address for a consumer to send their
complaint or enquiry to. As you say, for certain issues consumers can
register their experiences with Ofcom online. This information about
consumer experience and information helps to inform our policy.
However, I should like to add that we are not responsible for
resolving individual complaints consumers have against their
providers.



If a consumer has a more detailed concern or cannot find the advice on
our website they are looking for, they can contact our advice line on:
0300 123 3333 or 020 7981 3040. The lines are open Monday to Friday
from 9.00am to 5.00pm.



Virgin Media



Regarding your complaint against Virgin Media, if you are unhappy
about how they handled the installation of your service you should
follow the company’s complaints procedure:
http://store.virginmedia.com/content/dam/eSales/Downloads/004942%20Customer%20Complaint_v2.pdf.



While the final stage of this refers to submitting a complaint to
CISAS (www.cisas.org.uk), they are unlikely to be able to consider an
issue about any damage a Virgin Media engineer caused to your
property. However, CISAS should be able to deal with any unresolved
complaint you have about the amount of time it took Virgin Media to
complete the installation. CISAS is a free and independent service
which can award costs to a consumer. Virgin Media must abide by the
decision of CISAS. However, you are not bound by this decision and can
consider legal action if dissatisfied with their decision.



On the matter of the Virgin Media engineer accessing your personal
information, I recognise this is something you feel strongly about.
Unfortunately, it is not something we can comment on as we do not
enforce the Data Protection Act.



Royal Mail



You also highlighted your concerns about Royal Mail increasing the
cost of 1st and 2nd class stamps in 2012.



As more consumers and businesses turn towards other means of
communication, such as text and email, postal volumes are on the
decline. This trend has brought new challenges to the industry, and a
severe risk to the sustainability of the universal postal service. As
a result, following public consultations in both October and December
2011, Ofcom has developed a new regulatory framework which intends to
secure the universal service for the immediate future.



This new framework allows Royal Mail (the UK’s designated universal
service provider) a greater commercial freedom when setting prices, so
long as they meet important safeguards. While Royal Mail is free to
set its own prices for 1st class stamps, one of the safeguards in
place is a 55p cap on the cost of a 2nd class stamp (the cap will be
indexed in line with inflation). We believe that this safeguard will
ensure that postal services remain affordable for low income
households and vulnerable customers.



I hope the above information will be useful to you.



Yours sincerely







Steven Parker

Consumer Contact Team







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Jeg synes at dette ligner på et hysteri. Hvis staten er så opptatt av hva ungene spiser på skolen, så kan de vel kanskje bestille matpakker til dem, da. (Da jeg jobba på Arvato, i 2005 og 2006, så var det i perioder sånn, at firmaet daglig kjøpte mange innpakkede baguetter, som man kunne spise, i lunsjen)

hysteri

http://www.vg.no/nyheter/innenriks/helse/vil-ha-matpakkeregler-for-foreldre/a/10124463/

Mer fra Twitter

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Enda mer fra Facebook

pålhaugen facebook

PS.

Her er mer om dette:

pålhaugen 2

Mer fra Facebook

andresen 1

PS.

Her er mer om dette:

andresen 2

Jeg synes det er litt rart, at de spilte 'Bojarenes inntogsmarsj', under grunnlovsfeiringen i Svelvik. Hva har det med grunnlovsdagen å gjøre, liksom? Hm

bojarene hm

http://www.svelviksposten.no/nyheter/festmiddag-pa-grunnlovsdagen-1.8439394

PS.

Her er mer om dette:

Nå skal tante Ellen og henne hippie-ektemann Diderik Beichmann på Bob Dylan-konsert nede i Stavern der. (Hvis de bor der fortsatt da)

nå skal ellen og diderik

http://www.dagbladet.no/2014/05/30/kultur/kronikk/meninger/nei_til_eu/grunnloven/33587137/

PS.

Her er mer om dette:

beichmann dylan

http://johncons-mirror.blogspot.co.uk/2011/05/diderik-johan-beichmann-som-tante-ellen.html

Mer fra YouTube


Kan 'mare' her bety vann, (som for eksempel i ordet 'maritim'). Sånn at dette er en referanse til syndefloden? Hm

mare hm

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaner

Kan Rind bety renne, lurer jeg? Altså at Skjold var sønn av Odin og syndefloden? Altså at Skjold var en, som var fra der Odin bodde, (Åsgård/Berger/Strømm), og som hadde blitt ført til Odense, av syndefloden. Hm

rind renne

http://no.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skjold_%28sagnkonge%29

PS.

Og Billing, (som var faren til Rind), kan kanskje ha vært Drammenselva, som kanskje har byttet dalføre, (som jeg har skrevet om tidligere, på bloggen), og derfor kanskje kan kalles en tvilling, (siden den hadde et slags delta, heter det vel).

Noe sånt?

Hm.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

Policy for kommentarer


Anonyme kommentarer, blir slettet, (etter en del problemer, med nettmobbing osv.).

Hvis du har et vanlig navn, så skriv gjerne noe, som skiller deg, fra andre, med samme navn, (sånn at det er klart, hvem som skriver).

Kommentarer som inneholder trakassering, (og som ikke holder seg, til temaet, i blogg-posten), blir bare slettet, (og ikke publisert).

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS.

For å eventuelt legge inn kommentar, så trykk på linken, til blogg-posten, (så kommer det opp et felt, hvor man kan kommentere).

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