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  1. Hey guys, just to follow up on all of this Thanks to BF, who has been of great assistance on and offline in helping prepare all of the documents and guiding them to all the correct departments, if it wasn’t for him, I’d be completly lost, so for this I will be forever indebted to him and the CAG. A few updates since the last post: The insurance company finally replied to me with a vague covering letter, once again asking for my losses blah blah. In the same letter they have openly admitted to failing to provide the SAR request and even made a lovely gesture in returning my £10
  2. I added a line pointing out the realities of 6 points on my license causing my insurance premium to triple to over £2000 a year causing serious financial strain and hardship. Plus declaring insurance being cancelled added to this figure. The fact that many people shy away from employing anyone with that many points, significantly reducing job opportunities/prospects. My main line of work at the time is/was in deliveries or sectors surrounding it. And the truth about this is I was recently refused jobs due to the points.
  3. Thanks BF, thats fantastic, everything I wanted to say plus some! I'll email them right away and tommorow send a copy recorded delivery just for good measure. I thought I mentioned the appeal before in the thread, sorry if I didn't - originally it was set for the 30th of November but I requested the court to change this date to allow the S.A.R to come through as there was a 40 day window, so they changed it to the 2nd of February, stating that this date can not be changed. This is the crown court. Thanks again.
  4. Nope, what you see in the quote above is what is written in the email, nothing more. "Could you please confirm the reason for this request?" Why would I have to confirm anything? Anyway clearly they are now stalling or trying to take this another direction and to be honest I am not interested. A SAR is a SAR, and they should have complied. Why dig up a letter I sent almost a year ago and start asking me to provide evidence NOW when originally they ignored everything I had written by responding with a generic response “we did nothing wrong, we followed all the rules” blah blah.
  5. Hi BF, I know it seems like I am popping in and out but if you read the old thread you would understand my situation was terrible after the accident and I simply chose to give up chasing it, I chalked it up to a life experience and moved on, it was either that or be homeless. I really had NO money left and was getting by on hand outs from friends. I just recently got my life back on track and flowing again and then BAAM came this prosecution for no-insurance. Sorry for missing your old post, to answer your question, yes, every legal paperwork is in place and I have them with me all i
  6. Hey, Not sure if I should be worried at this point, could be down to the Christmas/new years break, but I haven't heard a word back from the insurance company yet. No phone calls, emails or letters. I've got the tracking number for the next day delivery, and it was signed for the following day. Should I send them a reminder letter, as it has definitely passed 40 days.
  7. Yup, I said to him "but the regulations on that clearly say 40 days and that you would have to respond before then, not 60 days" he then responded by telling me that what ever the regulations are they'll comply with them. (he didn't repeat the 60 day comment a second time.)
  8. Suprisingly I did, I downloaded an app before calling them and it saved the phone call. I will start reading up on ICOBS. Thanks again
  9. Just a quick update, I sent the SAR off on Tuesday, next day signed for. Before I did I phoned the insurance company to comfirm an address, and they said I had to wait 60 days to have anything returned to me, so I kindly reminded them of the regulations that clearly state 40 days. The thing here is, should I also send a S.A.R to my phone company and email provider.... just in case?
  10. ok will do, so is the letter satisfactory? Nothing I might have left out or need to remove? Thanks again!
  11. Here is the revised SAR: Any final thoughts? I really need to post this out today. Thanks guys! The thing I'm worried about is by mentioning the CPS and courts etc that the controller would get intrigued and look past the simple request and start cherry picking data to provide in the fear of loosing his job? I know it sounds odd but why would you sign something that will cost your company bit of money at the end?
  12. Hey, Yes I posted that almost a year ago but forgot my login details and couldn't find it in my bookmarks. I'm suprised you guys could find it Is that SAR letter good enough? Do I need to include anything else in the letter as it definitly needs to be sent off today. Thanks guys
  13. Hey guys, this is the SAR I mashed up, but I'm not sure if it looks offical enough, I will be sending it off during my lunch break next day special delivery. I will also be making a similar one to my telephone provider and email host, it will only cost £30 in total so not a huge fee to pay.
  14. Hi, thanks for the speedy response. I haven't sent any S.A.R's yet, I wanted to word it correctly so they don't give me the run around as I have googled this and many of them send parts of the request etc etc. The date is the 2nd of February, it does clearly state that this date can NOT be changed so that is why I am on my toes at the moment. Many people get back their request after 50 days, and if they fail to provide what I asked for, then I'm screwed... again. If I win this case then I will write up a detailed break down of everything for all to read up on for future reference. S
  15. Hey, I hope you guys could help me regarding something that has turned fairly serious for me. Last year I was involved in a motorbike accident that left me in the hospital for two days, whilst at the hospital the police attended and questioned my insurance policy. They claimed I had no insurance at the time of the accident. I assured them I did and gave them my insurance details. They then came back to me and told me my policy was cancelled by the insurer, claiming they failed to receive a copy of my CBT (which I have and sent them via first class post.) I
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