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  1. I won!! Nice fat cheque plopped through the door today. Thanks to everyone on here for all your fab advice and help
  2. Hi Lee, No, I'm in the Hertford County Court. Luckily, it's just a few minutes walk from where I live
  3. Hi Parkvale, I've already been allocated to the Small Claims Court. That was part of the information in the letter I received today. I'm guessing the next thing I need to do is prepare my court bundle and send it all off? Looks a bit scary - really hope I get it right.
  4. Ok, just received my court date, which is 26th March. What's the next step? I'm keeping my fingers crossed that Natwest will give in in the next week or so, but I'd like to be prepared just in case they decide to take this one to court, which, no doubt, knowing my luck, they will. Thanks
  5. Thanks. All of this is starting to make me nervous! I'll keep everyone updated.
  6. Hi folks, I received my copy of Cobbetts Allocation Questionnaire this morning, and in the Other Information box they have written: "Case management directions cannot be proposed until the Claimant serves a Reply to the Request for Further Information which was due on 7 February 2007. In light of this, the Defendent may amend its Defence or apply to strike out". I originally received a Part 18 request with a copy of Natwest's defence and my own Allocation Questionnaire. I replied to Cobbetts with the standard "I'm not answering this" letter, along with copies of my schedule of
  7. Ok, I think I have it sorted now. Thanks for all the help.
  8. Ok, I'm still confused. I just called the court to ask them the same question, and was told the fee didn't apply because my claim wasn't high enough. Sorry to go on about, but I keep getting conflicting information.
  9. Hi people, I posted this a couple of days ago in the Natwest thread, but haven't really received any answers, so I hope it's ok if I repost it here as it's not really Natwest specific. I've just received my Court Allocation questionnaire and the usual defence + CPR Part 18 request from Cobbetts. I'm working on filling in the questionnaire and figuring out what to do about the Part 18 request. * I know that I have to pay £100 to the court if my claim is over £1500. Does that include interest and court fee, or is it simply the original claim for the charges to be refunded? I'm cl
  10. Is that right? The letter I received from HMCS says ‘Please return the questionnaire with, if the claim is over £1500, the court fee of £100 to xxx County Court.” I also thought I'd read elsewhere that you paid the fee if the claim was over £1500. I'm confused!
  11. I've just received my Court Allocation questionnaire and the usual defence + CPR Part 18 request from Cobbetts. I'm working on filling in the questionnaire and figuring out what to do about the Part 18 request. * I know that I have to pay £100 to the court if my claim is over £1500. Does that include interest and court fee, or is it simply the original claim for the charges to be refunded? I'm claiming £1238, but with the interest and £120 original fee, that takes it over £1500. I could really do without paying out yet another £100. I'm planning to send the standard letter saying tha
  12. Having now spoken to the Customer Relations department on the phone, I've been told that in this situation, they advise me to continue my claim through the courts, and that the £120 will be sent to me as a cheque when I receive my money back through the courts. The girl I spoke to seemed to assume I'd be getting my money back, so I'm fairly confident! I'm considering writing to the bank to advise them that I'm rejecting their offer and continuing with the court process. Is there anything in particular that I should mention in the letter, or would a fairly standard letter like the one
  13. That's great, both of you. I'll call the bank and see if I can get them to pay me my court costs, and if not, I'll keep pushing on with the claim and see if I can get the whole lot. Wanting to take this offer is at least partly because Christmas was so expensive, and I could really do with the dosh a.s.a.p! Thanks
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