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    • Really its only been 6 years    Im pretty sure its safe to forget it now.   Andy
    • @Andyorchno I didn’t. It was actually my ex who sorted it. When  we split a year later he said he would carry on paying.  Next thing I know 3 years later they are threatening to take me to court and take the house leaving me and 5 kids homeless because he hadn’t been paying.   i gave them his details but because he never replied and was renting it was put all on me even though I never personally benefited from the money.   I will look into a SARS
    • This is what i sent but it only said a brief statement. The judge wants a better statement in the particulars like the defendants and the terms of the contract that I'm saying has been breached. claim 1.pdf
    • Well I've told you my view and I don't really know what else to say.   If you had insisted at the outset that there would be no delay or maybe only a week and that time was of the essence and that the contract will be treated as terminated then, then you would have been able to terminate the contract without any legal risk. As it is you have given the impression that you are prepared to wait until the 7th of December and I'm afraid that as you have suggested, they may well have started committing expenditure to the project and having parts manufactured so that if you suddenly give notice now they will quite rigid mostly say that they relied on you I'm because of that they started in currency expenses for which you should be liable.   You are in a good position because they have volunteered 7th of December deadline so it will not be possible for them to say that you insisted on it and prejudiced them. once the 7th of December deadline has passed then certainly you should wait the further 7  days and issue the claim if they have not reimbursed you because you will already have sent them your letter of claim.   I agree from what you say that as they have not got the necessary permissions etc it seems unlikely that they will be ready in time but I'm afraid that as frustrating as it might be I think that you are safest waiting until their own voluntarily expressed deadline expires.   I know that it may be inconvenient for you and you would rather it was out of the way but I'm trying to recommend to you the safest option which will give you the most powerful case if it goes to court. If it does go to the 14th of December and they haven't reimbursed you then suddenly you should begin your claim but also you can think about bringing in the credit card company and claiming it back. I would have thought it will be faster to issue the claim form.   Additionally if you claim your money back through the course you will be able to add 8% interest and also we can try to factor in any other additional expenses that you have incurred as a result of their breach.   I wouldn't say that the different advice you have received on this forum is conflicting. I would simply say that it may be different priorities have been called in and also the advice is coming in from a different angle.          
    • Did you ever set up on line with BH ? You can still access details through their portal.   https://www.blackhorse.co.uk/faqs   Andy
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Hi, I'm new here :)

 

I'm going to claim back the charges that HSBC have imposed on me over the last 6 years, and I have a quick question before I send off my SAR.

 

Do I send my £10 fee in cash, I couldn't see this anywhere in the FAQs. If I don't, whom do I make the cheque or P.O. payable to? I've always been wary about sending cash in the post in the past, but if I need to, then I will.

 

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never ever send cash in the post, as it may well magically "disappear", send a cheque and make it payable to hsbc plc

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