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Today sent my first letter to HSBC - Despite being a newbie!

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Thanks Bankfodder, useful to know :)


Well it's the 16th, and the post's arrived, almost unsurprisingly there's nothing from HSBC. I'll wait and see if anything turns up tomorrow that they may send today, but I won't be suprised if nothing turns up, I'm sure it'd only be a generic response... and we all know how it costs the bank £25+ a time to send out a generic letter! :lol::wink:


9 days left to enter a defence... :twisted:

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Do I understand that you have put in a claim for an indeterminate amount and that they have not complied with your DPA request, but that the clock is still ticking on the DPA?

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I managed to get all my statements online and work out the total charges, less any that have been previously refunded, and therefore the amount I am claiming is accurate... although I have all my statements via online banking I did request statements under the DPA which so far I have heard nothing about, by Monday 20th the 40 days will have expired.


Just to note, my DPA request was done under the old style letter which requested a refund of all the charges or to be sent all my statements (under the DPA). I do feel this was still a clear request under the DPA which they should have at least acknowledged!

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Dear Dave


They do not like bad publicity. I got the deeds to my garage back £116,000 wrote off and an offer of another hundred thousand which I have turned down. Becauise it is not enough for what as happened to my wife.


Type the name of the Chief Executive into your search engine. Type >>> Dyfrig John HSBC BANK. See how I advertise their product.





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What on earth has that got to do with this thread? :?


recieved a letter this morning dated 16th March saying they would contact me again by 6th April 2006 and expect to be able to give me a full response then, they currenly have 5 days remaining to enter their defence and i've recieved no information on statements relating back to my DPA request...

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Hi Richard,


I've been following your 'diary' and if my calculations are correct their DPA deadline expired yesterday. Did you hear from them regarding that (a legally required deadline)?


If not, the Dave/BankFodder seem almost overzealous that the bank should be reported - I know that I will absolutely certainly report them (the bank that is) when my deadline is one second overdue...


Hope the next part goes well for you...

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I'm eager to know how you are getting on Richard? :D I'm very new to this site as well as forums but I'm very determined to get my bank charges back. Going to be requesting my DPA details on Friday from both HSBC and Capital One!


I hope you get the result you are looking for. As I'm quite confident you will... :wink:

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well HSBC still have 3 days to enter their defence or at least acknowledge the claim... Saturday is the day of judgement, the day by which they must enter their defence or acknowledge the claim, I will then apply for a judgement to be made.


I've been incredibly busy over the past few days with work (doing 14 hour days) so haven't had a chance to enter a complaint regarding their failure to comply with my DPA request. Though rest assured I fully intend to.

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well.... seemingly no defence entered so far (well status on moneyclaim online hasn't changed at all)


but having tried numerous times since midnight to apply for a judgement i'm being given the error message


You cannot request a Judgment by Default at this time.


The Defendant is allowed 14 days from the date they were served with the claim to defend or admit your claim before you can request a Judgment by Default.


If the Defendant files an Acknowledgement of Service within 14 days of receiving the claim form, they will be entitled to 28 days from the date they were served with the claim form to file a defence or admission of your claim. If the Defendent does not file a defence or admission within the 28 days you can request a Judgment by Default.


If you have not requested judgment, the defendant may still file a defence to your claim after the 14 days or 28 days have elapsed. The claim will then be transferred to your local court for a hearing to be arranged.


Argh! Will try again in the morning, not too sure what the hold up is though?

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Have been on the phone to the MCOL Helpdesk who have told me that although 14days has passed, because the 14th day was on a weekend I cannot request judgement until the end of today (end of the first working day after the deadline). So submitting my claim on a Saturday has given HSBC an extra 2 days to file an acknowledgement or defence! Fingers double crossed they won't though, I could really do with some money ASAP! lol.

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Any news on this case?? I am due to start MCOL next Wednesday so really interested with how you got on.

HSBC - Default Judgement - £4892

HSBC, PA 29/3/06 LBA 12/04/06

HSBC, Court Claim Filed - 26/04/06

Lloyds - Claim - £625

Lloyds PA sent 16/05/06

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