Posts about "GE Money"

Top Twenty Posts of 2007

Published on 30 December 2007 in , , ,

Well everyone else is doing it, so why shouldn’t I? (And no, if Martin and James jumped off a cliff, I wouldn’t) Actually I’m a bit of a stats junkie, and I’ve done this sort of post before, in the trend-setting month of August. For some reason, this concept didn’t really take off in the blogosphere… Err, anyway. So here it is. Fresh from Google Analytics… the top 20 posts from 2007, as determined by you. And some random people who popped up from Search Engines and then disappeared off again forever. So in reverse order… 20 – Congratulations. We’ve lost Eurovision again! If you ever want a popular post, just write one about Eurovision is all I’ll say. My Eurovision Song Contest posts always do very well in the hits counts. Goodness knows why. Anyway, in this case, the post was from 18 March 2007 where I confidently predicted that choosing Scooch would mean we’d lose the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest. The following “Told You So” post didn’t do quite as well, which just goes to show that no one likes a gloater. 19 – Whitehaven loses Ceefax Relatively recent – on 14 November I wrote about Whitehaven losing analogue... View Article

GE Money: Ditching me before I ditch them

Published on 15 August 2007 in , , ,

After all the hassle recently with GE Money, my gut reaction was to close my credit card with them straight away. In the end I decided to give their complaints department the benefit of the doubt and see what happened before taking a final decision. As it happens, they've decided to ditch me before I ditch them.

GE Money – incompetence and downright lies

Published on 31 July 2007 in , , ,

I came back from holiday to find my July credit card bill from GE Money. Not an amazing occurrence - such things happen all the time. This time was different for it featured a "Late Payment Charge" and a wad of interest. Which rather annoyed me, because I'd just set up a direct debit for the account so that every month, the full balance would be paid off. When it comes to credit cards, I'm the annoying person that the banks hate because I always - and I mean always - pay off my bill.