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:confused: Hi all i am in the middle of taking on almost every credit card company and my bank! i am well on the way to issuing court action i just have a few questions about 2 cards.

 

1. Egg has anybody got cash back from them? they are proving most difficult:mad:

 

2.I have recieved my statements today from Capital One there is 1 statement missing and they state that they can not retrieve this, i am right in thinking they are breaking the Data Protection Act and what can i do about it?:confused:

 

i am taking on

Royal Bank of Scotland ISSUED WRIT 22/07/06 defence issued waiting for court come on

Capital One part settlement MCOL issed for the rest

Egg tossers

RBOS Mastercard & Visa SETTLED IN FULL £140

Virgin ( very rude people) SETTLED IN FULL £745 NICE 1

Tesco SETTLED IN FULL £80

any help is most welcomed good luck to all.:-)

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HIYA Lively

correct name for you, you been hard at work;)

 

welcome to the site.

IF you have questions after saying high here the best thing to do is to make your self a thread under the correct bank section, that way people in your position who have dealt with your bank can give support.

 

make a only 1 thread for each bank claim, under the correct bank sections.

 

Well done and good luck:)

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hi and thanks for the info breadline please explain how i post a new thread in the relevant forum regards Livelylad:)

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well i issued mcol on sunday against capital one. i have already accepted £96 as a part settlement. they are now paying the difference between the £20 and oft reccomendation of £12. But this teddy wants all his money and interest so the fight goes on.

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just recieved an acknowledgement from capital one they intend to defend. Bing it on then

 

And gentlemen now a bed in England shall think himself cursed, and hold their manhood cheap whilst any speaks that fought with us upon Saint Crispins Day

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