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Everything posted by maverik1979

  1. it should end up in the same place, but you might as well send it to the right place first time, so ppost you lba to the leeds address to colin langdale, oh and btw please start your own thread by clicking this: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/newthread.php?do=newthread&f=10 it makes it much easier for us to help you
  2. keep us posted , and dont worry , there is light at the end of the tunnel
  3. rofl, how did you know?, im gonna get one now i've won my case
  4. use this one as it also calculates interest http://www.bankactiongroup.helpwithmypc.com/resources/BankCharges.xls dont have m-s excel?, use this instead its free and compatible with m-s stuff http://openoffice.bouncer.osuosl.org/?product=OpenOffice.org&os=win〈=en&version=2.0.3
  5. please let us know exactly the wording on the statement that refers to the item you're not too sure about , and we'll let you know
  6. you mean this one? http://www.bankactiongroup.helpwithmypc.com/resources/BankCharges.xls if you dont have m/s excel you can use openoffice to open it, its free to use http://openoffice.bouncer.osuosl.org/?product=OpenOffice.org&os=win〈=en&version=2.0.3
  7. you can check the royal mail website http://www.royalmail.com/portal/rm just enter the code that they gave you when you posted it, and you can find out if its been delivered
  8. send off your lba now, include in it a breakdown of charges aswell, regarding the terms for individual charges, all you can do is put on the spreadsheet (or however you are recording them) what it says on your statement
  9. im not going anywhere just yet, besides now i've got the taste for it and am confident in what im doing, i have 2 c/c's that need a bit of investigating
  10. start your court claim, just because they said they didnt receive the letter is no reason to deviate from your timetable, issue your mcol, and provide them with another breakdown of your charges (they can be funny like that )
  11. try this one Mandy Horton, Assistant Manager Customer Care, Lloyds TSB, 125 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 3SF.
  12. late payment fees, unpaid d/d's and over limit fees
  13. hey guess what, there is light at the end of the tunnel, got my settlement figure today fom hsbc's solicitors for just under £5k
  14. ok, just to let you know, i got my money today (well offer of anyway), so there is light at the end of the tunnel keep on trucking
  15. welcome to BAG any questions can be mostly answered by clicking the link in my sig, if you know what you're doing already ,then best of luck
  16. good luck with that lot:eek: btw i have the same chair in my office, its very comfy, also, slightly less randomly , good luck with your claim, any q's you know where to come
  17. it wont help in your claim, and afaik most dont put it in
  18. its recommended that you only insert that , if you are actually going to make a complaint
  19. wait until you get anything from them first and double check it to see if it tallies up with what you thought it should be, if it fine, then just send your preliminary letter and continue from there
  20. yes this is now your thread, any further questions or developments , you can post in here, it helps us keep track of your claim , i think that by now following the tried and tested method, you will have much more success
  21. no you're not being stupid thats exactly as it is
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