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  1. This topic was closed on 03/07/19. 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. Offer to Settle in Full for £5130 received 21 Feb 2007. Accepted.
  3. My claim is as follows Referral Fees = £2230, Interest @ 8% = £668.31, Total £2898.31 Unpaid / misuse fees = £2840, Interest @ 8 % =£757.93, Total £3597.93 Total £5070 + £1426.24 = £6496.25 + Court Costs Shall I do the following 1. Split the claims as above to get allocated to Small claims 2. Just bang in one claim and go for fast track If i split the claims can the defendant apply to join them as a single claim?
  4. I forgot to add, will be claiming in two lots the full amount + interest.
  5. Letter received 8 Jan 2008 "Thank you for your letter dated....... I am sorry that we have not been able to respond to you and ask that you bear with us. We are currently investigating etc etc - Signed Sandy Wall" Fax sent advising that proceedings will be lodged at court on Monday.
  6. You really need to tread very carefully, I am really surprised this case was allocated to the multitrack. If there are any areas of the CPR / Costs that you need help with then please send me a P.M. Please be careful.
  7. Total charges £5130 Not including interest, total amount claimed £4995.00 (to keep within limits of small claims track) 1. Statements ordered 30th November 2. Statements Arrived 12th December 3. Prelim / letter before action sent 13th December
  8. The balance of the claim was credited today - Settled in Full This claim was for a three month period, we are now making a DPA request for the previous six years.
  9. Just checked on on-line banking and there is an unexpected cash credit of £80, which happened to be the cost of the court fee. I will check this at the branch tomorrow, has anyone else had anything like this happen
  10. Thanks, the wife is worried but I am not.
  11. Claim 6QZ28510 - Acknowledgement of Service filed on 10th May, intending to defend all of the claim. I am worried? no I am going to win if it comes to court? Yes Does the Halifax know that I will be acting for my wife in my professional capacity as a barrister? Not yet, but they will after I complete the allocation documentation. LOL Score so far... Wife 1 - Halifax 0
  12. Yep just done it a while ago. Thanks
  13. Letter Before Action Sent : 6 April 2006 Customer Service Complaint Letter Received: 22 April 2006 Offer made by Halifax for £400 received : 25 April 2006 Letter Rejecting Halifax Offer Sent : 2 May 2006 Claim Issued : 4 May 2006 (6QZ28510) Claim is for £992.00 Including Court Fee of £80.00 The Above charges relate to a 2 month period. I am in the process of drafting the DPA notice, once this is done we will be starting the process all over again, we estimate there are an additional £3000 pounds worth of charges.
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