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  1. This topic was closed on 09 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. Let's Just Say, That I Will Be Donating A Substantial Wedge To This Site Very Very Shortly. I Will Post A Final Note When I Do This And Then I Will Be On My Way The World Is A Better Place Already Just Keep At It You Lot, Patience Will Be Rewarded
  3. Thanks Blueskies....I'll keep you posted
  4. Is this the date the claim was 'deemed to be served'? - This was 20th May 2006 (my claim was issued on 15th May). So is it 14 working days from the 20th May or just 14 days? Thanks for your help UPDATE!!!! - Just logged back onto moneyclaim and I've entered judgement by default....I'm assuming this is correct. I thought I would be polite and allow them 14 days to pay up, so even though I was tempted, I didn't select the 'pay up immediately' option. Is this it?....can they block this or contest it, or do I (and the bank action group of course) get our money or am I g
  5. On moneyclaim, it says Barclays have until 3rd June to reply, but now it's the 5th June, I've tried clicking on the 'Judgement by default' option but it tells me: 'The Defendant is allowed 14 days from the date they were served with the claim to defend or admit your claim before you can request a Judgment by Default.' Am I doing something wrong? Any help much appreciated and as a gesture of goodwill (and I stick by my word) I'll donate 10% of the total money I get refunded by Barclays...so please HELP!!!
  6. OK -so received a reply from Barclays: ____________________________ ...sorry you are unhappy with our response to your complaint and note that whilst you are accepting the amount offered, you will be seeking the remaining balance in the County Court. I am therefore unwilling to adhere to your request to reimburse you with the full amount claimed, and it is with regret that you will now be proceeding to the county court. blah blah Sincerely Joanna Carney ____________________________________ - So are they saying they will refund part of it and recognise I'm taking th
  7. thanks a lot for the advice...just wanted to be ABSOLUTELY sure of the next step! here's my letter which I'll send tommorrow in case anyone wants to add any words of wisdom before it gets sent: Dear Karl, (**Karl Volller customer relations manager) Thank you for your letter dated 19 May 2006. You will be aware that I have now filed a claim against Barclays – claim number: xxxxx. The figure of £2704.41 remains outstanding – this is calculated as the original amount of £2245, plus 8% interest and the court fee of £120. The total amount excludes any potential further costs ass
  8. so far: to cut a long story short, got statements, calculated total of approx £2,500, sent various template letters as you suggested, got no satisfactory answer within reasonable timescales... - Completed moneyclaim - Barclays (surprise surprise responded within 4 days of filing moneyclaim online): From Karl Voller: I refer to our letter of 20th April: ....with an offer of 'May I say how sorry I am to learn blah blah blah......I must inform you that we disagree with your view......despite my comments blah blah blah I am willing to offer £775 towards the total amount.....
  9. Got a little further now.... - Completed moneyclaim part - Barclays (surprise surprise responded within 4 days of filing moneyclaim online): From Karl Voller: I refer to our letter of 20th April: ....with an offer of 'May I say how sorry I am to learn blah blah blah......I must inform you that we disagree with your view......despite my comments blah blah blah I am willing to offer £775 towards the total amount..... - no chance.....I'm continuing the pursuit of my full £2,500 odd including 8%, I get the impression everyone is getting this type of response. What should
  10. - Sent request for 6yrs of data, got all statements within 10 days...acceptable - Sent initial letter 18th March 2006 - Received a 'we're looking into this, get back to you latest 20th April' letter - Today is the 21st April 2006 and I JUST got a response back (LATE) from David Chapman, Customer Relations Manager saying 'still investigating, will get back to you latest 19th MAY!!!!!'....unnacceptable - Sent letter before action today (recorded delivery of course) - .....will post more when I get some feedback
  11. I have the same problem - I sent my first letter on the 18th March and received a reply today saying they will get back to me by the 20th April at the latest, even though I requested a reply within 14 days.
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