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  1. Thanks, I actually had a hearing date, the court I went through had dispenced with an AQ quesionnaire and just gave me a date for the hearing so don't know if that made a difference, no one was more shocked than me when the offer came through. Good Luck with your claims it does seem to be a bit hit or miss as to what they offer! I will plan how to spend the cash when I actually have the cheque in front of me!
  2. I was claiming for £2700 which included interest cost etc and they settled for £2480! I am more than happy with this so accepted, I can't get over how quick it was they got back to me within 2 hours!
  3. Hi I e-mailed Inga and received an e-mail back today agreeing to settle, I can not believe it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks one and all for the advice.
  4. Hi thanks everyone, I will give it a go!
  5. Hi Thanks for that, sorry to be a bit thick but who is Inga Kirkman? Does she work for Abbey, I don't seem to any correspondance from them with any address other than Abbeys head office. Thanks again, I have looked through loads of other posts but wasn't sure what would be the best way to go.
  6. Help!! I have received a court date for 14th August, things have not gone as I expected, I did not have to fill in an AQ, have not had to pay any addtional cost and the court have only seen my schdule of charges. I have spoken to the court and they just said thats all they need for now. I am feeling very nervous! I have sent all letters to Abbey before the court process and recieved the standard defence from them. Is there anything I can/should send them now to prompt them to settle before court. I have seen all links for court bundle but feel there must be something I can do to hassle them before this! Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  7. Hi Flybe09 Are you definately getting an AQ as a lot of the courts are no longer bothering to send them out. It is worth having a list of your charges and copies of all your statements ready to send to the courts as they will want this info. We have a court date with shabbey in August and we had no AQ, have had to pay no addtional fee and have been told just to bring all our paperwork with us to the hearing! Good Luck
  8. Hi Just to warn you we didn't get an allocation questionnaire as apparently the courts are now dispensing with them! However be warned we phoned the court to check what was going on and they told us it was being processed, we then received a letter saying unless we provided evidence of how the claim was worked out (e.g schedule of charges) then the case would be struck out! We had a day to get it there. It might be worth sending all your statements and a schedule of charges to the court. We have now received a court date so I have no idea what will happen now!
  9. Thanks, will do. I have spoken to the court and they also asked for copies of all my statements with the charges on, I never had to any of this with Lloyds, just filled in the AQ!!!!! I thought with no AQ it would be easier!
  10. Hi I need help, we are currently battling abbey and have had a letter to say there will be no AQ, we called the court to see if we needed to do anything and they said no just wait. We received a letter today to say unless we served a fully particularised claim form detailing how the claim is worked out it will be struck out, they want this by the 11th! I have another problem in that the PC I worked the claim out on blew up so I don't have the original spreadsheet, I have done it again but the intrest is more (about £60.00) Can anyone help?????
  11. Okay thanks, thought I had this sorted after going through it with lloyds!!! I will ring court tomorrow to check as it will be 14 days on Wednesday.
  12. Hi Thanks for that, didn't realise I would still need to pay the fee, I will now send it on. Thanks.
  13. Hi I have just received a notice of transfer of proceeding from MCOL. \in the paperwork it states: Without hearing IT IS ORDERED THAT:- 1.The filing of an allocation quesionnaire be dispensed with in this case unless the district judge at the court of transfer orders otherwise. Note: Any party affected by this order may under Rule 3.3(5) apply to have it set aside, varied or stayed. Such a party must apply under Rule 23.3 within 14 days of service of this order. HELP!!!! what does this mean, we have already gone through this process with Lloyds and won but when it was transferred we received and filed the AQ and Lloyds settled 7 days after it was filed. Not really sure what this means. Any offers?
  14. Hi I put it in on a seperate letter and referred to it in section G - Other Information. I think there is a link previously on this thread which will take you to all the info about the allocation quesionnaire. You need to put some other info in this section as well. Good Luck x
  15. Hi Thanks for the advise will send off charges to them and see what happens!
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