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  1. Will type it up, pop in here and send it off if all looking good.
  2. Arrears at moment are just staying as they are. So understandable that they are now sending demands. That's why I want to start this process ASAP. Don't really want to pay for something that I truly believe to be incorrect
  3. I want the letter of claim gone off by early next week. End of day, the compo isn’t that important to me, was just wondering if it would strengthen the case. Recently had had a letter demanding payment (Tuesday). At present paying what we use on a monthly basis.
  4. So this was when we were questioning the massive hike in our quarterly bill. First bill since the meter in feb 17 was installed. So it all tied into the initial issue that was ongoing until Nov 18.
  5. I have it in writing from npower saying not to pay. Started paying again when they mentioned that we should never have been given this advice. This was May 2017.
  6. Sorry, in regards to the letter. Literally a template letter I’ve pulled from online. I do have dates, can find them on. and also the hardship was them telling us not to pay until issue resolved (got that in disclosure) so left it for a few months, then them turning around saying you shouldn’t have been told that and you’ll have to pay higher amount to catch up (got on voice recording).
  7. Could you help fill in this? To whom it may concern, Reference: Return of £116.55 overpayment As it has not been possible to resolve this matter amicably, and it is apparent that court action may be necessary, I write in compliance with the Practice Direction on Pre-Action Conduct. [Provide a summary of the facts of the dispute] From you I am claiming [state what you want from the party you are claiming from] I have calculated this sum [state how you have calculated the amount being claimed] Listed below are the documents on which I intend to rely in my claim against you: In accordance with the Practice Direction on Pre-Action Conduct I would request that you provide me with copies of the following documents: I can confirm that I would be agreeable to mediation and would consider any other system of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in order to avoid the need for this matter to be resolved by the courts. I would invite you to put forward any proposals in this regard. [Alternatively you can set out details of any ADR scheme that you are prepared to use] In closing, I would draw your attention to paragraphs 15 and 16 of the Practice Direction which gives the courts the power to impose sanctions on the parties if they fail to comply with the direction including failing to respond to this letter before claim. I look forward to hearing from you within the next 28 days. Should I not receive a response to my letter within this time frame then I anticipate that court action will be commenced with no further reference to you. Yours faithfully,
  8. That is my thinking, as they completely ignored the last one. Thinking as it’s for a small amount they may just leave it, and then still pursue the outstanding separately. Guess if if they did that I could then bring another claim forward? Guess the inconvenience would be taking days off to have faulty meters installed. Wrongful information that put us in further hardship (of which I have the evidence), but if it isn’t worth it, then I’ll just leave it. Main aim is to get the above sorted once and for all.
  9. Hiya, yeah understand and the ramifications if all goes wrong. Got the money if needs be to pay out, but I do think (well hope) a judge has sense and sees something is wrong. Obviously the outstanding balance is an eyesore and the main issue here, but that would be dealt with via the counterclaim. If they didn’t counterclaim though, where would that leave us? although, would it be worth claiming for inconvenience or something along those lines. As they have taken the p....
  10. So on this basis, could you help me writing up the claim and I can stick it in tomorrow. Well, send the letter before action.
  11. Would I be issued a new warrant? Or just the one I filed with them!? either way. Sure will! Then we can close this off.
  12. Fallback position would be to ask judge to order Npower to correctly adjust the amounts quoted for 2017. Then once that has been adjusted it will still show an overpayment from ourselves.
  13. Oh no I’ve done it. Just a few posts up you asked to post up what I found out and come back. So thought I would post the actually how to fully go about it if anyone needed further info.
  14. So to update. You do need an N323 (PDF attached). Cost is £77 which will be added to debt recovered. n323-eng.pdf To issue a Warrant you must complete the attached n323 request for Warrant of Control form and send it to moneyclaims@justice.gov.uk The fee for issuing a Warrant is £77.00. How to pay the fee: You can pay using a debit or credit card by calling 0300 123 7050 between 9:15AM and 3:00PM Monday to Friday. Once your payment has been made you can email your application to: moneyclaims@justice.gov.uk
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