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I have recently sent my prelinary approach for payment to Natwest and received a reply this morning, basically a standard letter telling me about the ongoing court case with the FSA. Stating that if I do decide to issue court action then the courts are likely to apply for stay and the case will be on hold.

 

What do I send from here? I was going to send the LBA template letter, but it states in the letter that "you have failed to respond to me previous letter" etc...but they have responded?

 

Any help appreciated.

 

Tiny

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Change that bit to "you have responded but your respoinse is unsatisfactory"

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