I thought I would throw this one to the forum as we have a wide selection of people from all over the country on here so I thought it a good idea.
Long story short.
Today I contacted my bank as I have noticed an insurance attached to my current account. Following numerous telephone conversations including one guy who cut me off because he didn?t want to deal with me, I found out it was PPI??going back to 2003!
Why I hadn?t spotted this before is a mystery to me which im not going to loose any sleep over?..any way my bank has registered my claim advising that it could take up to 12 weeks for a decision. Im scouring Martin Lewis moneysaving expert site in the hope of finding some hints and tips as how to proceed but as you can imagine there is masses to go through and I still haven?t found out what my chances are of claiming the whole lot back. Anyone had any dealings with claiming PPI?
P.S. the only fish related aspect to this enquiry is that if I win the whole lot back im going to buy the biggest badboy of all tanks for my little darlins
Hi lee, i also keep Multies and can vouch for them as great little characters, who do indeed live in shells. I have two dominant males who both measure about 1.75 inches but no more, sub males about an inch with the females slightly smaller but oh so cute. Have a look at my profile for a pic of said Multies
PS, they spread like wild fire so stock lightly, they love having babies....i have two new batches of fry
I must apologise in advance for the terrible pic, ive tried all ways to get a clear pic of this juvenile Neolamprologus multifasciatus but my camera loves focusing on the back of the tank leaving everything else blurred.
Multies gain their strips about half way through the juvenile stage; the strips gradually get darker as they age. This little fishy has always been very very dark in comparison to others of the same age which are light grey (normalish) with now definite strips but this one has no sign what so ever of getting any. So does anyone else have an oddball?
I know multies do vary in the depth of grey, i have some very light grey adults and some very dark grey...but they all have strips
PS..fishy is in the middle of the pic in front of the bubble wall
Here?s a pic i took earlier today. Im down to two babies now, this is the biggest at about 2.5 cm, it hasn't grown too much in length but has filled out beautifully and seems to be going from strength to strength.