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  1. There is a case being heard in London Mercantile Court on Friday July 20th which includes such a declaration.
  2. Hi Annie, I'll send you a PM with my Particulars of Claim. These have been viewed by a judge on a few occasions and have been updated on recommendation of the judge so should be pretty good now. I see that you have been refunded some of your charges. Have the charges already been refunded in full for the accounts in which you recieved the Defaults? It shouldn't matter, but if the charges are still outstanding it would be best to do in one claim.
  3. Hi, I think you would probably be best representing yourself using advice from fellow members of CAG as legal representation would be very expensive. Don't be afraid of going to court as it really isn't as bad as you might think. I would advise that your claim for damages not be for the charges but because of the Default Notices.
  4. Hello, You may be entitled to claim damages for financial loss as a result of the Default Notice. In addition you can also claim compensation for distress. You would need to argue that the Default Notice was placed on your account at a time when the banks records showed that you owed them *** but in actual fact the bank owed you ***. The Default Notice was then placed on your account in breach of Section 13 of the Data Protection Act. The claim for compensation would be made under the provisions of Section 14 of the Data Protection Act which allows a court to award compensation.
  5. No I have not requested a copy of this yet. Today is just a Directions Hearing but will need that for my court bundle later on. I did apply online rather than complete a form. The strange thing is that I never received anything from Egg to let me know about the PPI which was added onto the account. They are insisting that I benefited from the insurance for 14 months, but would never have been able to make a claim because I never knew it existed, had no documentation to let me know what was covered or how to make a claim etc. Will see how it goes. The claim was combin
  6. Hi, I am reading this thread with interest as I am currently taking Egg to court re credit card PPI. I never take out PPI but discovered 14 months into my credit card agreement that they were taking around £30 per month for PPI (I should really check my statements more regularly). They are adamant that I requested PPI in my application (done online) however I know I did not (at least intentionally) request this. Court case is tomorrow at 12.30.
  7. The defendant has now been ordered to submit a defence within 28 days so I will let you know what this is. But I would also like to offer a tip to those who are seeking other remedies in their claim i.e. they are seeking removal of a Default Notice. It is important for people to know that at present that the bank will attempt to settle charge part of claim so that charges will not be discussed in court. They were nearly successful in doing this in my case and I know the same happened to Jonni2bad. The court must know that you have not agreed or accepted this in full settlement
  8. Hi Jonni, Thanks for the reply. I would be interested in hearing whether they submitted a defence to you for the actual charges, ie that they were not penalties, or that they were proportionate. In the past all I have received from them is a Witness Statement that they had refunded charges and this was no longer in dispute. They have been very reluctant to tell me the reason why their charges are not unlawful.
  9. Hi, Has Halifax submitted a defence to anyone. I don't mean just saying that they intend to defend but actually outlined what their defence is. This is URGENT as I am in court against them at 12 Noon today. As far as I can see from the posts that they don't seem to have ever submitted a defence. Am I wrong? Thanks
  10. Hi, Has Halifax submitted a defence to anyone. I don't mean just saying that they intend to defend but actually outlined what their defence is. This is URGENT as I am in court against them at 12 Noon today. Thanks
  11. Hi, It's quite normal for most banks to file a defence. You will have to hand in the Allocation Questionnaire and pay the fee. You are a step closer and make sure that on your AQ you request for case to be transferred to your local court. Regards Stuart
  12. Thanks for your reply. I should have been more specific. The contract was for colocation, which is where I provided my own server and equipment and they provided my with the connection to the internet. Therefore I sent them 4 web servers (worth approx £1,000 - £1,500) each plus a switch etc). This equipment is my own and I paid them £600 which included one month connection and setup fee. Because of my problems I have refused to sign and return the contract and I have requested my equipment back but they are saying I have agreed to 12 months contract. However due to their l
  13. Hi, I run a web hosting business and I recently changed data centre and connection provider as the company seemed to be offering a great price. They seemed to offer a great service - 24/7 technical support, 100% uptime guarantee etc, so I gladly paid them £600 which included £150 setup costs. In the first month however I was inundated with problems, the worst of which was when they carried out maintenance without any warning leaving me without service for 48 hours one weekend. I tried calling their support line - but nobody answered their calls. Spent hours on the phone - 1
  14. Hi Maybeline, Do you have a thread of your own? Are you making a claim against the bank for unlawful charges? How much is the default? How much are you claiming back in charges? If you are claiming back charges you can let the bank know that the account is in dispute and that processing the Default Notice before the dispute has been resolved will put them in breach of Section 13.6 of the Banking Code and in breach of section 14 of the Data Protection Act.
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