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  1. This topic was closed on 10 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/06/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. Thanx MB got it sorted............just like to thank everyone else that helped me with this. xx
  4. They paid in full on the 6th of July.......and then it went right back to them to pay of the balance of the loan I took from them in 2001!!! Ahhh well. Need to write a confirmation of settlement letter.....anyone any ideas please?
  5. Ok....thanx guys, going to hand in my AQ in half an hour, just let me finish having lunch!
  6. But do I have to pay the court the allocation fee....and if I do can I get that back from Lloyds??? What if I don't send the court all ques back....what happens???
  7. OK...something funny going on......I emailed them today saying that the court date was for this wed and imminent...wasn't cancelling until money was in account etc. They e-mailed back: "Dear Madam We refer to the above matter and confirm our understanding is that the payment is being processed and we anticipate that this will be with you shortly. In the meantime, we are not aware that the matter has been listed for hearing on 28 June 2006 and may we please have details of this as a matter of urgency." Now I don't know whether I've got it wrong......I have to give
  8. Thanx guys....will e-mail them right away.......will let u know what happens:-)
  9. Well the court date is next wednesday........and I'm still waiting for my money to be paid into my account. Amazing how fast they take it out yet they're not quite as fast giving it back are they!! I told them (their solicitors) I won't end my court claim until the money is in my account. Should I end it..........seeing as how they have said they will pay up and I have the documents to prove that?
  10. LOL.....thanx.....was feeling a little guilty!
  11. Thanx for the reply guys............Lotta Littlies sent me a letter which I tweaked and sent to them. Received a revised letter from them on thursday removing the confidentiality clause and saying that they didn't say I couldn't claim for any charges made in the future......signed and sent friday. Also had account reviewed on friday.....but they had nooooo idea what was going on with my account, i.e. claiming back charges.....sooooooo I didn't mention it to them! Should I have?
  12. Writing an email to their solicitors at the moment refusing to accept their terms of not claiming any future charges and confidentiality. Bit stuck with the confidentiality bit......could someone help me out please!!! Oh. I forgot to add that Lloyds has taken a further £61 from my account for something which was completely their fault!! Despite writing numerous e-mails to them regarding this they have STILL charged me. So now what should I do? Should I: 1. Add that amount to the e-mail thats going to the solicitors and tell them that that money is to be paid with the other outs
  13. Thanx guys, i'm defo not going to stand for the 'charging me in the future' deal and as for confidentiality......like sweetcyanide said......'as if'!!! Lets see what happens when i tell them i'm not having no. 4 and 5! Will keep you posted.
  14. THEY'RE PAYING UP!!!!!! Got a letter from them this morning saying laying out why they're in the right! Hahaha.........but "regrettably the costs of resolving the dispute can easily exceed the amount in issue regardless of who "wins" at the end of the day. The Bank is therefore willing to settle your claim on the following basis: 1. The amount of your claim, £1529.10, will be credited to your account. 2. You must cooperate with the Bank's request that your account is reviewed. 3. You must maintain your acc within your current limit, and any new limit agreed with the
  15. I have a loan with Loyds which I want to pay off with the amount they owe me for excessive charges on my account. I borrowed £2000 initially in 2001 to get married.....in 2003 they offered me a 'top up' of £300....I took it. I paid off the initial loan in Feb 2006...........now i'm still paying for the top up of £300 which will be paid off by Feb 2008. Whats bothering me is the amount i'm paying for that extra £300..........i'll be paying nearly 5 x 300.......roughly £1400.....is this right????? OR ARE THEY TAKING ME FOR A RIDE???
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