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  1. 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
  2. Hi Gary To confirm yes I used the templates from the library in all correspondance to the bank and court. Thanks for the advice on filling in the N244 I will be taking it to the court tomorrow. As for the N1 paticulars, do I need to put it on a new claim form or just as part of a letter?
  3. Hi GaryH Thanks for your response. As I said i phoned the court to ask why and the clark got my file out and said that all they had was what was filed online. The Schedule of charges I sent to Northampton Court asking to be attached to my file (which i sent by recorded delivery) did not make it to my local court. So Do you think this could be the reason why?
  4. Hi all I have been on to the clark of the court and it seems that the statement of bank charges i sent by recorded delivery to Northampton have not been attached to my file and transfered to my local court. Do you think that this is what it could be?
  5. Hi all Have stuck to time lines all the way through. Filled in the MCOL form Lloyds entered a defence at the last minute. The claim got transferred to the local county court. The AQ was filled in and sent with plenty of time to spare. And today I got this : Upon both parties filing allocation questionnaires IT IS ORDERED THAT 1 The claim is stayed on the grounds that the claimant's statement of case discloses inadequate particulars of claim. Unless by 4.00pm on 30th November 2006 the claimant files and serves a further statement of case that sets out full partic
  6. Had lloyds final response letter today. seems to be the standard sod off letter 11 days to go
  7. Hi all Dpa sent back in Feb Prelim letter with charges schedule sent 19/08/06 LBA sent 04/09/06 Just sit back and wait for the 18th Sept to file my claim!!
  8. Hi Princess! Did you send all your letters by e-mail or did you use snail mail?
  9. Hi everyone! Sent Lloyds the dpa request yesterday and got the following response today: Thank you for the e-mail. I acknowledge your request for copies of statements/charge transactions on your account since March 2000. Under the circumstances, your e-mail has been passed on to the Manager of the Service Recovery Unit and I have asked that he notes your requests and arranges for a response to be sent to you at the earliest opportunity. Regards Keith Boden Lloyds TSB - Service Recovery Birmingham Judging from other posts on this forum it's just a matter o
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