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  1. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/news/article-4425464/Staff-meltdown-Financial-Ombudsman.html Sorry If I posted in the wrong place or if it has already been posted.
  2. Thank you for responding I did actually have a lot of extremely good advice at the time April (2008)from many CAGs especially from Slick, and Priority, and also returned help to other caggers. I was at the forefront of reclaiming charges in late 2005, well before in became well known in the media, so thank you for your suggestions, but I am way pass the stages of SAR's. (2005) Was my first attempt at reclaiming charges from Woolwich Building Society with success strait away within 8 weeks, no quibble and straight forward, with a return of £5000 plus. CAG has g
  3. How dare you. I am a 71 yr old female, I have no such friends, you are presumptuous pompous, and arrogant in your assumptions and accusation. I have been a cagger since 2005, no wonder I haven't given much attention to the site for the last 3yrs. I lost my home to GE who look my home based on the charges that they applied to the account of £2035.00 This was because the ------------ would not allow me to change the repayment date from the 24th the 1st of the month. Never missed a repayment, and was proactive throughout for two yrs by making repayment on the 1
  4. Is anyone interested in taking part in group action against GE (GMAC) please let me know before Monday 24th April I / we are not just interested in miss sold subprime mortgages, but negligence by broker, repossessions, unfair customer treatment, secret commissions or any other you are angered and aggrieved about with injustice you suffered at the hands of GE and / or their brokers. Just add your story, it could be the beginning of a long journey, offering final justice for us all who have suffered at the hands of these unscrupulous company's. Yesterday I talked with Pete
  5. Will continue on our own, thanks for your reply. Regards Have just received a call from Lawyer, if anyone is still interested in taking group action against GE please let me know before Monday Regards I / we are interested in not just miss sold mortgages, but negligence by broker, repossessions, unfair customer treatment or any other you are angered and aggrieved about with the injustice of GE and / or their brokers. Just add your story, it could be the beginning of a long journey, offering final justice for us all who have suffered at the hands of these unscrupulou
  6. Hi, Does anyone know if Group litigation has been taken on GE (GMAC) Secured Home Lending If not IS anyone interested in joining Group Litigation / Class action on GE Secured Mortgage Loans I am currently talking with top lawyer about possible litigation for miss sold second charge loans on a no win no fee basis and wondered of anyone else would be interested. Or has one already been taken. Thanks Bach
  7. http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2014/18-14
  8. Hi everyone My friend is still insistent on going down the FSA route, however, its a lot of work for me and I'm not in a position to do the necessary paper work at least for a few weeks. Iv have a lot of personal problems at the moment. IF he can still go down the FSA route he has said he is quite prepared to accept less compensation. I would be grateful for all your thoughts I will try for him if I can, as I believe he has a really solid case. Thank again to all Lynn
  9. Thanks Mike for your very valued advise, you obviously know your subject very well. Just finished the Discontinue Notice, so hope that's the end of the matter Thanks again Lynn
  10. Hi Andy As I said Lloyds have agreed that they will not seek any costs if we discontinue the claim, it was Lloyds TSB solicitors that have stated in their letter that I must file a Notice of Discontinuance and they asked that a copy of this be forwarded on to them for their records Surely they would know if this is the correct procedure for me to follow, or are they being pedantic and difficult. Lynn
  11. Hello all Firstly, I'm sorry I have not kept you all informed that offered me advice with the above problem , I have been really busy as daughter in law in 40hrs labour, (only came out Sunday) between looking after other grandson and hospital visits washing and ironing I have not had one min to my self. So apologises for not keeping you updated with what was for me a really desperate situation to handle given my circumstances of the last few months. Anyway, I took Mikes advice and with help from a team member who kindly drafted a letter for me, I posted it on 15th January
  12. Andy this is really useful help to me. I will sleep on your thoughts and refresh in the morning Thank you so very much for giving me some really constructive advise and help it is really appreciated. Thanks Lynn
  13. andyorch Thanks, You can try Mikes suggestion or you may consider not submitting the DQ...the claim would remain stayed and trackless IM THINKING ABOUT THIS OPTION This would allow time for you to re group and gather your thoughts on how to proceed... there are risks the other party could make application to lift the stay or your claim could be struck out so bear in mind. What would be the consequences of the other party making a application to lift the stay or the claim being struck out This is really helpful for me, thank you lynn .
  14. Thank you for the constructive advise 'drop hands' basis I have thought I will give them a call in the morning to see how the land lies Thanks again much appreciated advice confirming my own thoughts. Lynn
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