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A cleaning company called Stanley has been ordered to pay more than £10,000 to a woman who lost her car to stan, claiming the cleaning company didn’t use the proper methods.The car was found at the end of the driveway in Hulme, Buckinghamshire, on December 13, 2011.It was reportedly missing for several weeks and the…

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A cleaning company called Stanley has been ordered to pay more than £10,000 to a woman who lost her car to stan, claiming the cleaning company didn’t use the proper methods.

The car was found at the end of the driveway in Hulme, Buckinghamshire, on December 13, 2011.

It was reportedly missing for several weeks and the woman was left devastated.

Her car was then driven around a number of locations, and when it was found, it had been in a storage unit at a house in Buckinghamshire for three years.

“The cleaning service did not use any of the cleaning products recommended by the National Cleaning Standards Agency (NCSA) and, in fact, they used less than the minimum recommended.” “

The court case has been adjourned until next week and the company has been asked to pay the woman £5,000, but it has refused to give any further details. “

The cleaning service did not use any of the cleaning products recommended by the National Cleaning Standards Agency (NCSA) and, in fact, they used less than the minimum recommended.”

The court case has been adjourned until next week and the company has been asked to pay the woman £5,000, but it has refused to give any further details.

The cleaning company said that, in addition to the required testing, it also conducted a complete cleaning programme for the car at its storage facility at the house, which also contained no cleaning products.” “

A thorough inspection by the cleaning service revealed that no cleaning product used by the service contained any cleaning products which were not recommended by NCSAs.”

The cleaning company said that, in addition to the required testing, it also conducted a complete cleaning programme for the car at its storage facility at the house, which also contained no cleaning products.

“It added that the cleaning services team would be looking at further action.

Stanley also said it had no plans to close the storage unit, and had “continued to work closely with the woman to provide support, training and advice”.

The company has apologised to the woman and is currently appealing against the decision.