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  1. This topic was closed on 10 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. This topic was closed on 10 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
  3. Hi - sorry - had to pop to the bank! Yes, it is one of them (I claimed for two accounts). I've since spoken to Collections (who claim to know nothing - surprise) and then Customer Care who (when she called me back) assured me that she would contact Service Recovery to 'freeze' any action and try to hurry payment to me along a bit - fingers crossed! Thanks for your help.
  4. Having a nightmare here! Although 'won' through Moneyclaim Online and despite launching enforcement action, still no payment has been received. Lloyds sent me a letter dated 30th August threatening to issue a Default Notice after ten days if arrears payment not received. I sent a Data Subject Notice, and also explained that Lloyds owes me nearly £2000 (so in effect Lloyds owes Lloyds!). Have now received a Default Notice dated 6.9.06, giving me until 15.9 to pay the arrears (which consist entirely of charges!). Any ideas??
  5. I would send a letter - I believe the Collections Centre is in Brighton BN1 4BE - as they can (and do!) claim not to have received any contact from you.
  6. Well, enforcement action was entered by me on 26.8.06 - will now just have to wait to see what happens! I gave them until the close of business 25.8 to refund and they haven't done so. I also rang them a few times to give them the opportunity to sort this out but was continually told that the matter was with their solicitors and I couldn't speak to them as they are 'in-house'.
  7. I see - one of my accounts is held at Orpington, the other at Bromley, but I claimed for the charges on both of them together. The address i used on the court form was for customer service recovery centre where the (countless) letters disputing my demands came from and all phone calls are directed to. On balance, I'm thinking the address may not be important - hey it's still the same company! Although I was looking forward to my local bank manager having his office stripped by the bailiffs!
  8. Been in the chatroom and there is a question mark over not only whether I've 'won' as Lloyds may be able to get this set aside, but also whether the Colmore Row address was the right address to issue the claim against. As all correspondence was with them, that's the address I put on the court form. Should I have put the account holding branch (although they moved the files themselves to another branch and I myself have moved out of the area)? Put the champagne back in the fridge for the mo!
  9. Did that, Elsinore, but Dave isn't accepting pm's at the mo. I can get it into the local press but I wouldn't imagine the national. Do you possibly know of any other threads where the person is in the same situation as me?
  10. No probs. The address for Lloyds is: Customer Service Recovery Centre 125 Colmore Row Birmingham B3 3SF I don't know if the london address is current or not. Good luck!
  11. Many thanks for the advice. I've sent them an email and rang customer care giving them until the close of business tomorrow (25.8.06) to reimburse us the money or we will launch enforcement action. As we gave them a month before requesting judgement, and have given them over two weeks to repay us, I think that's plenty of time. Looks like we're sending the bailiff's in! How do I bring this to Dave's attention? Cheers.
  12. Many thanks indeed. Do I have to wait a certain time before I take enforcement action? The moneyclaim site seems to say I can do it now (for £55) and I think I've given them enough time!
  13. Judgement entered against Lloyds on 8th August 2006 for £1902 as Lloyds didn't enter a defence. Spoke to Ms Siddique at Colmore Row today and she says it is being handled by their solicitor and will take eight weeks to process! I thought that if judgement is entered against them, then they have to pay up - am I wrong? I've been reading through some threads, but can't get my head around it. Have I won? What do I do now? I gather the next step is Enforcement action - can I do this with Moneyclaim? any help much appreciated. Thanks.
  14. Update: Just waiting to get my hands on £120 for the court fees. Lloyds have charged me £315 for returned direct debits this month (which were caused by bank charges last month). Not a happy bunny!
  15. Have today (24.5.06) sent two letters - one for joint account and one for my current account, asking for refund Joint Acc: £590.00 + int £163.84 = £753.84 Current: £625.00 + int £13.37 = £638.37 Hope it's ok to use this thread for both accounts. Thanks. Angie
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