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  1. If HSBC put in a defence, which they probably will, then your case will be transfered to a local court and the AQ is questionaire that the court will send you. It usually costs an extra £100
  2. So then Alan, Any joy with this case ?????
  3. That's exactly what i got as a defence. It seems to be the standard "defence". Get your breakdown ready to send off to them. You'll receive a letter from DG asking for it and you should hopefully get your offer for the FULL amount shortly after. From what i've read of other's who have gone this far, that seem's to be what's happening. Almost there
  4. Breakdown of charges sent today, (recorded delivery, of course) :D
  5. Hi Clare, They entered a defence at the last minute with my claim (last saturday). And then today, i got a letter from DG requesting a breakdown of charges. I'm tempted to call them tomorrow and/or send a letter along with my breakdown telling them that it's the 3rd time i've sent them a breakdown. Oh well, the merry-go-round continues !!!
  6. It finally arrived, well, the request for the breakdown of charges. Not sure whether i should fax it over or send it recorded delivery (1st class, of course !) ?? Also, i didn't see one, but is there any standard letter i should send with the breakdown ? TA
  7. Just stick to the time table. If they haven't responded, the hit them with the LBA, then MCOL. Eventually, they'll respond. But probably not with the answer you want. YOU WILL GET YOUR MONEY BACK !!!!!
  8. Hi DAB 40, I'm in the same position as you. I got a letter from DG today aking for exactly the same thing, although mine was dated 11 September. I didn't include a breakdown to the court yet, but have TWICE supplied HSBC with the breakdown of the charges, but from what i've read, this is quite normal. Personally, i was thinking of sending them both. The breakdown and strongly worded letter to go with it . As for a standard response letter, hopefully someone can direct us in that direction. GOOD LUCK !!!
  9. So, er, are you still waiting :lol: :lol: I'm in the same position as you with the MCOL but i've had no contact with DG yet asking for any breakdown of charges.
  10. Hi Kelly, In this thread http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/681-particulars-claim-hard-copy.html it should tell you what to write on the claim form. Hope this is helpful. ..oh and for the HUMAN RIGHTS bit, just put NO (matter of opinion, LOL!!) GOOD LUCK !!!
  11. Every penny counts plus if you've filed the MCOL, get that back from them!!
  12. JUST GO FOR IT !!! You've given them ample time to at least respond to you, even if it was to say NO. Don't worry about when you file the claim. You never know, you may even get a response from the bank in that time, LOL !!! Just file the claim when you can and get the ball rolling GOOD LUCK !!!
  13. Momday morning's post has been an still NOWT from the bank or solicitors. My questionaire is now filled in and ready to be handed in to court. Just a bit worried as i still haven't heard anything from the solicitor wanting my breakdown of charges. Should i give them a call and enquire ?? Sorry to be a pain in the behind:D :D
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