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Re Starting my claim against Lloyds for charges

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Hi All,

 

 

I first started my claim against lloyds in 2006 - sent prelim letter AND lba but never went through with court action due to the fee being too high at the time.

 

NOW i am in a financial position to go "all the way" but what i need to know is should i start afresh and just go back 6 years from now ( ie June 2003) or should i just send an updated LBA which refrences the orginal LBA and adds on all the charge over the previous couple of years to the original charges supplied to lloyds (ie going back 9 years).

 

opinions please as the difference is around 2k

 

Thanks, Scort

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Go back for as long as you have statements for. They may well raise limitation arguments, but we can deal with that.

 

I would file the claim now without doing a revised prelim or LBA.


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thank for teh repy GuidoT

 

i think im gonna send them a final letter before action with the new statement on it - Just so they cant argue he fact that i havent warned them etc.

 

an extra 14 days shouldnt cause to much of a kefuffle

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