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  1. The bank's main address is the Trinity Road one. Have you had correspondance from the letters you sent to the Scottish address?

    I'm sure someone more clued up on this will be along shortly but i think it's the bank's registered address that matters rather than where you've sent the letters to

     

    All BoS responses were from the address I wrote to, in Scotland:

     

    Card Services

    Pitreave Business Park

    Dunfermline

    Fife

    KY99 4BS

  2. Cool. I read somewhere that the bank address you give to serve court papers on when starting a court claim must be the same address that any correspondence was sent to, and as I sent all mine to:

     

    Bank of Scotland

    The Mound

    Edinburgh

    EH1 1YZ

     

    and

     

    Card Services

    Pitreavie Business Park

    Dunfermline

    Fife

    KY99 4BS

     

    then do I not need to list one of those or does it really not matter if the address I use in the court proceedings is one I've never written to before regarding the dispute?

     

    I take it that this address is the one I should have used even for BoS credit card claims?

     

    Address to Serve Court Papers

    REGISTERED ADDRESS:

     

    HALIFAX PLC

    TRINITY ROAD

    HALIFAX

    WEST YORKSHIRE

    HX1 2RG

     

    Would it be wise to send one more LBA to BoS at the Halifax address just in case, referring to all the previous correspondence and stating where it was sent to?

  3. and now I'm at the point that I need to make my claim. From what I've read on here, would this mean that I'd have to make my claim in a Scottish court, as all my correspondence between myself and BoS has gone to their Edinburgh address?

     

    A trip to Scotland is not viable so what do i do in this position?

     

    I'm sure the information for this is up here already, but I can't seem to find it. Apologies.

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