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  1. I had an allocation hearing and rang barclays 7 days prior to it, i asked them if they had received my court bundle and if they wanted to settle. They tried to delay paying me up untill the last minute, but still ended up paying before the allocation hearing.
  2. I have completed both claims (halifax and barclays) and they both paid out, barclays took a little longer but it was so worth the wait. Good Luck
  3. Here is what i included in the court bundle. S.1 correspondences. A - 27.07.06 LETTER: DATA PROTECTION ACT REQUEST TO BARCLAYS-1 B - 01.07.06 LETTER: REPLY TO DPA REQUEST FROM BARCLAYS-1 C - 01.08.06 LETTER: REQUEST FOR PAYMENT OF CHARGES TO BARCLAYS-3 D - 07.09.06 LETTER: ACKNOWLEDGMENT FROM BARCLAYS OF ©-1 E - 30.09.06 LETTER: LETTER BEFORE ACTION TO BARCLAYS-1 F - 03.10.06 LETTER: RESPONSE FROM BARCLAYS TO (E)-3 G - 05.10.06 LETTER: DECLINE OF SETTLEMENT OFFER TO BARCLAYS-1 H - 20.10.06 LETTER: ACKNOWLEDGMENT FROM BARCLAYS OF (G)-1 I - 17.10.06
  4. i belive you can add them to your current claim.
  5. If the forty days has passed send this, they failed to respond within the forty days when i claimed, i sent this letter and the statements arrived in 3 days. Section 7 – Data Protection Act 1998 Dear Sir/Madam Account: xxxxxxxx You have failed to comply with my Data Protection Act Subject Access Request dated (Insert Date). If you do not comply within the next 7 days I shall seek a Court order obliging you to do so together with damages at the discretion of the Court and without any further notice. Yours faithfully [name]
  6. BARCLAYS BANK PLC 1 CHURCHILL PLACE LONDON E14 5HP Various addresses and telephone numbers here http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/barclays-bank/62975-barclays-tactics-what-you.html
  7. 40 days including weekends holidays etc, good luck.
  8. 1. If you are exempt from the costs you cannot claim them back. 2. You can ask to be paid back by cheque keeping you in control of your cash. 3. Yes 4. Yes its where you turn up at court, the judge decides how to proceed, then you are given a date from that. Its highly unlikely you will end up stood in front of the judge. If you do take your court bundle, notes, questions pen and paper, just so you are prepared.
  9. Here is the online way to court www.moneyclaim.gov.uk (you need a debit or credit card) it will tell you what to do, or get a copy of an N1 form from your local court house. Good luck
  10. I wouldnt telephone the bank yet, once the 14 day deadline has expired begin court action, it will show them just how serious you are.
  11. 40 Days. Here is a very helpfull section http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/faqs-please-read-these/
  12. 1. Personally i didnt claim the interest as the charges i incurred were mostly within the past 2 years, however i would claim if i had a few dating back 6 years, that will add up to a fair bit. 2.Yes
  13. Thanks bai and sand, I would imagine you wont be far off a settlement sand, It does feel good to know the many hours preparing everything have paid off.
  14. Plus, have you opened a parachute account in case they do close it, it can have an effect on your credit rating making it difficult to open an other one?
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