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  1. What would you advise is my first course of action:- Contact Claims 2 Gain to negotiate payment of original fee (40%) of PPI refund given to me ie £221. or is past that stage now due to County Court Claim sent to me. Thanks for your help
  2. Claimant Name: Claims 2 Gain Limited Date of issue – 1st April 2019 Date of issue 1st April 2019 + 19 days ( 5 day for service + 14 days to acknowledge) = XX + 14 days to submit defence = XX (33 days in total) - ^^^^^ NOTE : WHEN CALCULATING THE TIMELINE - PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE DATE ON THE CLAIMFORM IS ONE IN THE COUNT [example: Issue date 01.03.2014 + 19 days (5 days for service + 14 days to acknowledge) = 19.03.2014 + 14 days to submit defence = 02.04.2014] = 33 days in total Particulars of Claim What is the claim for – the reas
  3. Claims 2 Gain Limited. Have issued a claim through their solicitors via the County Court Business Centre, Northampton. I (stupidly) gave them details of a company I believed may owe me PPI, I subsequently was awarded a cheque of £635. Claims to gain wanted a third of this money for their services £212.... I wouldnt pay them. I would have paid £100 for their services at a stretch but they were adamant on the charge made. They did hardly anything other than take details from me over phone, email forms for me to complete, and then they sent th
  4. 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
  5. Led to believe I didn't claim interest until I went to Court, not at particulars of claim stage. I'll cut my losses and accept the amount they're offering plus Court costs paid and remember for future reference to include interest charges when I send in particulars of claim if I need to claim back unfair bank charges again in the future.
  6. Due to go to Court on 1st November but have now received Letter from Lloyds Solicitors offering me the full amount claimed plus the £80 Courts costs I've paid. QUESTION: Do I accept, or ask them for the interest as well?? The total amount is £780 before costs. Anyone H E L P me work out what the interest would be on that. I couldn't fathom the Excel spreadsheet to do it myself.
  7. Sent statement of claim to Court by 22nd September as requested and copies to Lloyds solicitors, Sechiari, Clark, and Mitchell. Should have received copy of their papers (showing witness details) by 22nd September but have heard nothing from them at all. Rang my County Court today to enter a judgement as they've failed to produce the documents but the Clerk told me I'd have to wait till the Court date 1st November and mention to the Judge that the solicitors have not sent papers to me. Has this happened to anyone else? Any help would be appreciated thanks.
  8. Letter from Court is dated 12 August but I received it just over a week ago. I've got until the 22nd September to send copy documents to Court and Lloyds. It says Witness statements must be included in the documents filed so that'll be interesting as Lloyds TSB have stated they have a witness. I've only sent a copy of the statement entries before now with the charges I'm claiming underlined so I'm having to trawl through and pick out the ££ I'm claiming and list them again for this schedule of amount claimed. Roll on November 1st is all I can say. Planning to ditch Lloyds after this f
  9. Hi Barty. My hearings on the 1st Nov. Have you been asked to provide a schedule of how the amount claimed has been calculated to all parties? So much for the bank deferring the hearing date to negotiate, as they haven't bothered, suppose they're hoping I'll give it up as a dead loss (yeah right!)
  10. I've opened the spreadsheet. I thought of putting 'Geteven 'v' Lloyds TSB Bank Plc. then 'Breakdown of Amount Claimed' then would you put columns for the relevant year, month and figure claimed? Also whats the formula for working out the 8% interest calculation as it's over a year ago since I used spreadsheets. Thanks for your help!
  11. Update: Received 'Notice of Allocation to the Small Claims Track (Hearing) from Court giving me a Court hearing date on 1st November, and asking me to send copy documents to the Court and defendants no later than 22 September 2006. Original documents to be taken to Court on date of hearing. I also have to include a schedule of how the amount claimed has been calculated and identify the basis for each charge (!). Could do with some help from the forum. I've read different threads but can't find one specifically showing how you identify the basis for each charge. All I have is copy
  12. Yes. The banks solicitor will try anything to put people off going ahead with their claims. They're making 4 million profit per day last I heard and they're worried this might decrease in the future with us all claiming unfair charges back.
  13. Hi Barty, any update on your claim? I'm having to wait till end of August before any progress on mine.
  14. Thanks mjanet. Its weeks since I handed my AQ. in - don't remember putting any time on it (oops!) Just been reading Enforcer's thread and how Lloyds paid up 5 days before the Court hearing date. YippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeIayyyyyyy, that's cheered me up no end.
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