Jump to content

Leaderboard

  1. welly

    welly

    Registered Users

    Change your profile picture


    • Points

      1

    • Content Count

      888


  2. Bean

    Bean

    Registered Users

    Change your profile picture


    • Points

      1

    • Content Count

      486


  3. Mandi Barton

    Mandi Barton

    Registered Users

    Change your profile picture


    • Points

      1

    • Content Count

      22


  4. BankFodder

    BankFodder

    Site Team


    • Points

      1,910

    • Content Count

      37,725


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation on 10/08/06 in all areas

  1. Hi Kate Welcome to CAG/BAG and the first thing to do is read the FAQ's and the step by step and also the Natwest forum and this will help you unserstand it all a bit better:) When you ready start your own thread in the Natwest forum for any other questions and updates on how you are doing also the other people who are with Natwest will give you all the support/advice you will need and keep upto date on how you are doing:) Good luck Welly;)
    1 point
  2. Thank you for your kind words closey. The letter is lengthy, but I think it spells out in one place what is required of any settlement of my claim. For those of you reading my thread, thinking their offer is substantial, and being inclined to accept it, it is important to note that my consequential losses amount to several thousand pounds:shock: . In light of that, I think perhaps you too would decline their conditional, part offer.
    1 point
  3. Hello. Copy of badly written, excuse riddled letter, received from SHABBEY today as well as my reply below. Stick to your guns everybody. This works. Donation to CAG website on its way. Any single ladies out there that want to help me celebrate should drop me a line immediately. Adios, Nick. _____________________ Our Ref LEG/APS Date 9th Aug 2006 Dear Nick, I refer to the above proceedings and to the default judgement and warrant you have obtained. Abbey has no record whatsoever of ever having received the Claim Form from the Court. Beca
    0 points
  4. Hi jonathan You can take the SAR into your branch and hand it over with the £10 just get a receipt for it or post it recorded delivery you will find the address in the Natwest forum:) Also start a thread in the Natwest forum for your questions and you will get all the help/support/advice you need in there.
    0 points
  5. You need to enter all the info into the spreadsheet which is under the templates section. It is 8% from the day the charge was applied to the account i think.
    0 points
  6. You can win by default in two instances 1-The other party hasn't acknowledged the claim: The court will now send the bank the necessary documentation. Probably tomorrow. They will also send you a copy. On there it will say when these papers will be "deemed served". From that day the bank has 14 days to acknowledge the claim. If they don't you can go to maoneyclaim and tick the box next to "The defendant has not filed an admission or defence to my claim" and get a judgment by default. 2- The bank will acknowledge the claim within 14 days but will not submit a defence. Then you can win by
    0 points
  7. completely up to you. You have nothing to lose as they will be paying for 2 court fees !! If you have a reasonable claim already go for it and run The other one when you have everything. Up to you tho
    0 points
  8. Did you enclose a cheque for £10 and use the SAR letter?
    0 points
  9. Welcome Luddite, hope it all goes well for you, keep us updated and there is always someone around if you need some help Best REgards
    0 points
  10. No you need to send it to the head office branch, usually Swindon they seem to be quite popular. Also send it by first class recorded and then you can track it.
    0 points
  11. Tricky that one, as I used their paper - Faxed it - LOL Well they not got long left - Wonder if I'll get a cheque back in the Post or Not - Most prob NOT Do not worry, This is going all the way, just like they would of, but they would only give around 7 days to respond
    0 points
  12. its ok you havent entered into anything court wise yet so just own up to your mistake and send the revised figure.
    0 points
  13. I think that the case against DCAs is even easier to prove. Whilst the Consumer Credit Act allows banks to transfer debts and amounts of alledged indebtedness, there is nothing in there that allows the transfer of the complete contract. You have the right to renegotiate any term or condition when a contract is assigned, if you are not sure of the new company, or are convinced that the service offering may be reduced. Again, Schedule 2 of the UTCC Regs. Regulation 5(5) INDICATIVE AND NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF TERMS WHICH MAY BE REGARDED AS UNFAIR 1. Terms which ha
    0 points
  14. Hi Betty as long as you clearly set out which are estimated in any schedule,you should be ok.I believe that you can amend your claim accordingly if the need arises. this is the wording I used on the claim form- Claim Description 1. The Claimant has had an account ("the Account") with the Defendant which was opened on or around (year) 2. During the period in which the Account has been operating the Defendant debited numerous charges to the Account in respect of purported breaches of contract on the part of the Claimant and also charged interest on the charges once applied.
    0 points
  15. Charge for UN Overdraft Charge for clearing 1 x Xheque (or however many were cleared at that time) Unpaid DD charge Interest charged Hope this helps, please dont let them bully you and dont let them make you had over cheque books or debit cards because they might pay your refund straight into the account and "forget" ever to send it to you We are all here to support you both in this, best of luck
    0 points
  16. http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/faqs-please-read-these/243-step-step-instructions.html Sarah, these are the step by step instructions, you cannot do much until your statements arrive unless you have some that you can estimate from, could you please post in your own thread, it helps you and everyone else keep up with the various stages of your story, if you dont have one yet then just start one, sarahthompson vs Abbey or something like that . Best Regards ) p.s. you dont work for a verywell know estate agency do you? as I used to work for a Sarahthompson LOL
    0 points
  17. Thank you for your answers, most appreciated. Last two thing si promise... just working out whether to take the plunge! Firstly, I noticed that orange put some entires on your credit record AFTER you had changed it... does this mean thaty entries can still be placed on it (I would want this to happen to gain a good credit history) Secondly, THe credit accounts you have applied for, were any of them instant, online decisions? That is some awesome information you have provided us with which i expect credit reference agencies would rather us not have... Thanks again
    0 points
  18. Hi all, Got my Allocation Questionnaire in this morning's post together with a copy of the Lloyd's defense from the County Court (it's been moved from Northampton to my home town, Bournemouth now). It seems to be the same type of defence that most of you have had from Sechiari Clark & Mitchell (I've posted it below). One thing I have noticed however is that my letter is not from a 'Partner' of the law firm, but from a 'Recoveries Team Leader'....sounds like this is someone from a way lower level than a Partner! I've got to return the Allocation Questionnaire by 9th August.
    0 points
  19. For those that have looked at their statements and may be wondering, what can i claim for?, and why are the descriptions confusing?, what about the overdraft interest is that claimable aswell? wonder no more. you can claim for anything which is deemed a penalty charge, which includes: returned direct debits, card mis-use, unpaid standing order, unpaid item, exceeding your overdraft, overdraft interest (see below), total charges (see below) notifed fees Unauthorised overdraft arrangement fees (more will be added as and when confirmation is found) you can no
    0 points
  20. Hi Nafta. With Barclays, look for the following entries..... UNAUTH O/D FEE. PAID REFERRAL. UNPAID OUTS. Suggest that you get a hi-lite marker and work through your statements, marking the above. Next, enter them into a spreadsheet. You will find a suitable Excel template to download in the templates library. Click on the following link....... http://www.bankactiongroup.co.uk/TEMPLATE.xls N.B....Make sure that you save the completed spreadsheet on your PC. You will need it again. Print out a copy of the completed spreadsheet and enclose with your claim. DO
    0 points
  21. The Only charges you cannot or should not add, are those relating to an account fee such as the Barclays additions account (£10.00 a month I think) if you have agreed a contract to use something like the additions account, then this is a charge for the privilege of having this account and it's so called benefits. You can add charges that are related to overdraft fees, excess overdraft fees, interest fees and failed payment charges such as direct debits standing orders or cheque returns etc. These are all charges that may have put you into an excess overdraft or overdraft position given t
    0 points
  22. Mandy Horton, Assistant Manager Customer Care, Lloyds TSB, 125 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 3SF. OR Chris Brown Copy Statement Unit Swallow House PO BOX 139 10, Swallow Street Birmingham B1 2AL 0121 633 5452
    0 points
  23. When all else fails, you should look at the Information commissioners website for the definitive address to send DPA requests to. This is from THE Data Protection Register: Registration Number: Z5619639 Date Registered: 03 August 2001 Registration Expires: 02 August 2006 Data Controller: THE ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND PLC Address: 36 ST ANDREW SQUARE EDINBURGH MIDLOTHIAN EH2 2YB also: Registration Number: Z4936258 Date Registered: 06 October 2000 Registration Expires: 05 October 2006 Data Controller: NATIONAL WESTMINSTER BANK PLC Address: 13
    0 points
  24. Make your Data Protection Act application direct to: - Mr Alex Lyons Data Protection Manager Retail Regulatory Risk 2nd Floor Business House B GOGARBUREN P.O.Box 1000 EDINBURGH EH12 1HQ
    0 points
×
×
  • Create New...