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bill-k

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  1. Just wishing you all the best with that one, Chez, matey !! And, actually, what happens is - if you send them something totally silly, you get an intelligent reply for once !!! XXX
  2. I think that because CI is claimed in lieu of s.69, then it can be viewed in the same way as s.69 by the court for fee assessment. This seems a grey area, but if you can get it under the clerk's radar, then go for it, I reckon !!
  3. Well done, doo - good to see you knocking 'em off, now !!!
  4. All the best with that, Delboy. Don't forget - "He who dares......." Oh, and it's "Mainwearing" - by the way, dear boy. Sssh - Don't tell him, Pike !!! Bill
  5. Well done, and belated congrats, Pondy. Bill.
  6. San143 - How rude of us not to welcome you !!! Have a read of the forum rules (very important !!), the FAQ's, and step-by-step guide. Then you should be able to start assembling your claim. Bestest, Bill:)
  7. I hope I am permitted to express my appreciation of all the hard work that Chezt has done in this thread. I know what scary things spreadsheets can be to many people, and I hope others here will be able to help. Thank you Caro and Janet for your input, and your implied thanks for Chezt's hard work here. If subscribers to this thread are to claim statutory interest, they will still need help with accessing and using the simple interest spreadsheets. The help which Chezt has asked for included making these accessible, but this still doesn't seem to have been achieved. Thank you. Bill.
  8. Congrats Sonja !!! Let us know when it clears !! I've got my cigar ready, and the match is in my hand. Wait for it......where is she.....?
  9. Give them as much info as you can, in order to identify yourselves. Names, addresses, account types, dates, etc.
  10. Doo, as i recall you had them play their trick of sending you a "phantom" agreement in response to your CCA request. I can tell you that this is another of their tricks, which they have been using. They know, because they see what goes on here, hoe confusing contractual interest is for many people. They know that they can confuse you and get you to doubt your figures. They are not confused about it, believe me, they are confusing you. Don't let them I honestly can't remember if I've checked your figures or not, but I will be glad to. PM me if you'd like me to. Bill.
  11. Hey Redsue... DOUBLE CONGRATULATIONS !!! I think you have done the right thing. Whilst I dislike the idea of allowing the banks to decide how a settlement is determined or agreed, I think you have a more important settlement from Mother Nature to attend to now !! I won't be able to help with the figure(s) on that one, but suffice it to say that interest is accruing daily !! Bless you. Bill. XXX
  12. Sorry, Chez. I guess I was agreeing with you really. It's just that I would make them ask me for the money before I repaid the overdraft.
  13. Could somebody PLEASE help these members access the spreadsheets ?? The links are not working. Thank you so much.
  14. I would normally have agreed with Chez here, and said open a para. account and get the money paid in there first. THEN see if the bank is going to ask nicely for it or not. If they don't, then they've bottled out of the possibility of a much-publicised court case, and Dottie keeps the dosh. However, this appearance of a third-party does seem a problem. If it seems possible that Dottie may be pressured, then in this particular case, it might be safer to let the bank just keep it, and put an end to Dottie's worry. JMVHO, of course.
  15. Originally Posted by bill-k FWIW, I was engaged in a "full and frank" discussion with him last night. We ended the discussion on good terms, and the matter was resolved. The guy did not say he has 30,000 other people needing his attention, so please go away, because he's so busy. He took the time and trouble to see the matter through to the end. A refreshing change, I thought. I'm sorry, Dave, but I believe you have mis-quoted me. Could you tell me where that is posted ? Dave, that may be because you refuse to hear, when someone argues a point which you disagree with. Instead, you show them the door, and your helpers erase their posts, as we can see is happening here.
  16. Thank you Alan. Just re-subscribing, then.
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