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He everyone, I have a court hearing tomorrow at 11.30am and its against Citi Bank.


Basically I work in IT Support and August and September are our busiest times of the year (its work sleep work). This has meant that I have totally forgotten about my claim and only remembered yesterday. I have not prepared anything and need some advice.


After 4 successfull claims I find myself tired of trying to claim back against these companies.


I have spoken to the court this morning about my options and I can only come up with two. They are:


1 do nothing and see what the outcome will be - though I dont think it will do me any favours.

2 Drop a letter into the court withdrawing my claim and also notify the defendant


Can someone please offer some views or recommend a course of action.



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Citi are one of the hardest to claim from and DO attend. They have lots of arguments and prove £12.88, £13.47 and even £27 as their costs per charge.


I think you might as well make the best of it and attend.


Withdrawing will give you the same result as losing at court, apart from the fact you can start a new claim.

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Thanks Tifo, I decided to withdraw my case just out of ease as I have too much going on right now. Yeah I know they are difficult, however I read their court info and was very amused as in one paragraph they say how it costs them £27 then another £12.88. I decided not to go to court and face the prospect of loosing as I didnt want them to use my case against others. Again thanks for the response.

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