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    • The trading standards officer didn’t come back to me yesterday so I’m going to call her on Monday morning and just clarify that there is no further action she will be taking so I can proceed to submit the money claim form.    However before I do this, I just wanted your guidance on a few things please.    1.  Should I contact the trader to return his courtesy car as he has mentioned this to the Trading Standards officer?  I am not willing to drive an untaxed car, nor do I want to particularly drive to him even if he arranges the car tax, but do I contact him to arrange a suitable day / time for him to collect it from my mums address. ?    2.  Should I register my fathers car in my name? The DVLA were made aware that my father had passed but at the time, we were under the impression the car was being repaired and would eventually be returned back to us so that we could decide what we wanted to do with it (keep it vs sell it). The situation has since changed and I’m just wondering whether I should register myself as the keeper    3.  My father also had private registration plates on the which we want to keep. I know I need to fill in the relevant paperwork to retain the plates, however should I request the physical plates back from the trader? In hindsight I maybe should have included this in the letters that I sent to him, but is this something I can request via the money claim? In addition, when the keys for the car were given to the trader, they had a key ring of my son of when he was a baby. It might sound petty but I really don’t like the thought of the trader having this, so am I able to request this via the courts also?    4.  When I fill in the online money claim form, should I put my late fathers names as the claimant , i.e Mrs MY NAME as the personal representative of Mr FATHERS NAME (deceased)’.   5.  I also just wanted to have a final sense check of the wording of the particulars of claim as below.    The late Mr XXX, claimant, bought a Jaguar vehicle registration number XXXX XXX from the defendant for £10995 on 4th September 2019. Soon afterwards, the vehicle developed serious defects and despite defendant's attempts at repairs, it has continued to exhibit problems. The vehicle is in the possession of the defendant and has been with him for 21 months during the entire 22 months of the claimant's ownership. The defendant is fully aware of the nature of the defects and has been fully appraised. The defendant has supplied a vehicle which is not of satisfactory quality and the claimant has been fundamentally deprived of substantially for the whole benefit of the contract. Prior to issuing proceedings, the personal representative of the Late Mr XXX, claimant, sent a Letter of Claim to the defendant demanding payment. In the circumstances, the claimant seeks reimbursement of £10000   The one thing I am unsure of in the above  wording is the part where it says “….and has been with him for 21 months during the entire 22 months of the claimant's ownership”   Is the car still classed as the “claimant’s ownership” even though my father passed during this period and I haven’t registered the car under my name? Do I (as the personal representative/ executor) technically own the car?    I apologise for all the questions but I would really like to get this right to avoid any unnecessary delays / costs etc.    And I appreciate all your help with this   thank you 
    • Can I PM you the claim form as it has personal details? I did put in a defence. I believe it’s still open as on the government money claim website it states the claimant will be asked to go to mediation but nothing has happened. The claimant is a landlord for unpaid rent on an old tenancy.    The HCEO has already been…
    • I think there is probably a lot of confusion here. First of all it sounds to me as if there has been a judgement against you in the County Court. This judgement is for a figure greater than £600 and instead of using the County Court bailiffs who are not very effective, the claimant has had the matter transferred up to the High Court for enforcement by High Court Enforcement Officers who have a lot of teeth and will carry out a very robust enforcement. If I'm right, then there is a judgement already in place and you won't be able to get it set aside. I think you need to let us know a bit more what it is about, a copy of the claim form in PDF format would be very useful. Did you put in a defence? Why do you think the claim has still not been heard or settled? Who's the claimant? What is the value of the claim? Also you should be aware that High Court enforcement is very expensive and if the enforcement is successful then you will have the fees added as well which could be as much as £2000. There is no good news here at the moment.
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Hi everyone, this is my first post.

 

Sent first letter along with my £10 cheque on the 26th of June and received letter dated 27th of June in reply along with the cheque. Similar letter to everyone else's stating that they will supply statements free of charge. It's now 41 days and there's no sign of them. I will hold off until Wednesday because the 40th day landed on a weekend. I want to show that I am being reasonable from the outset, even though such a large organisation doesn't find a problem with jumping down my throat immediately I fall foul of their rules.

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Hi there, Quite a few people have rung them at this stage and given them a *nudge* just to remind them of their obligations? Barclays do seem normally to be good at responding, either that or you could send them a letter reminding them that the deadline is fast approaching? There is def no need for it to take the 40 days, I got mine in 5.

 

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FD CREDIT CARD £75, SETTLED IN FULL £75 :D

MBNA CREDIT CARD £1784 SETTLED IN FULL :D

BARCLAYCARD . . .£500 BACK SO FAR . . NOW OFF TO COURT FOR MY OTHER £1200

 

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Well by my calculation, it's now 43 days and, as misspickles correctly commented, they don't need the 40 days, so template letter sent yesterday giving them seven days.

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Received three A4 envelopes today (letter inside dated 8th August) so will start sifting through them this afternoon.

 

I remember reading a thread a few days ago and it listed about three entries to look for in the statements e.g. "Paid referral fee". Can someone remind me what they are or where that thread was please?

 

***** FOLLOW UP *****

 

I've been able to discard about a third of the contents of the three envelopes but the others have one of the three following deductions.

 

"Unpaids Out"

"Paid Referral" and

"Account Fee".

 

I assume the first two are what I can attempt to get back but am I right in thinking that the "account fee" is not claimable - unless I went over agreed overdraft because they pushed me over it by unlawfully charging my account with one of the other two?

 

There are lots of Account fees ranging from £7 to £9.50. Please confirm that I can go for these too - regardless of how I went over the limit.

 

 

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I intend sending claim to Barcalys Bank tomorrow. The figure I have come to is £2565.50. Which of the Banks' addresses do I put on the template letter - the data Protection one, my local branch or where the statements came from i.e. Leicester?

 

I have also noted that, with the template letter, it should include the schedule. Can I use the schedule as in the template England - Simple - Excel and omit "Days since Offence" and "Interest 8% APR" or is there another template elsewhere?

 

Finally for now, do I apply for what they term as "Account Fee" which comes to £530.50?

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I sent to 1 Churchill Place, London.

 

I also sent the schedule you mention.

 

If you mean the monthly £10 account fees, no, you shouldn't apply for that (if not, I have misunderstood - sorry!)

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Thanks for your responses.

 

I'll have to reduce my claim in that case.

 

I thought a schedule would be a spreadsheet printout but I do understand what you say Villaburd24. I thought they'd be wanting itemisation. I don't really want to muck it up this early as my Mrs has an issue with another bank which we'll take on once this one is done.

 

I won't list the interest at this point.

 

Unless someone else posts before I send, I'll take on board what you've said, but if, as usual, Barclays don't play ball, the spreadsheet will have to be done anyway.

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OK, after much work, have inputted figures and dates on to spreadsheet for posting tomorrow. In the Column "In Respect of" I have entered "Paid Referral" and "Unpaids Out" as are entered on the copy statements supplied by Barclays. Is that correct?

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Sounds right to me.

 

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[sIGPIC][/sIGPIC]Statement request 4th May

Prelim Letter sent 24th May

LBA 7th June

Thanks but no thanks letter sent 22 June

MCOL 22nd June

Claim acknowledged 26 June

AQ sent 2nd August

17 Nov Court Date Set for 29 Jan 2007

Settled in full 12/12/06

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Hi Welshman.

I understand you will not be able to claim the account fees as these are lawful charges for running your account as you pay these for the service of your account.

unpaid outs,commission & paid referals you can.

8% interest can only be charged when you start with moneyclaim.

Finally i have decided not to claim overdraft interest as i felt this will cover the banks fees and also it can be very difficult to work the exact ammount out that you can claim.

good luck.

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Story So Far:

Pre letter sent 14th August.

Barclays Reply 18th August.

Barclays Reply 5th Sept.

Lba sent 30th August.

Rejection letter sent 9th Sept.

Barclays reply 13th Sept.

Mcol submitted 15/09/2006.

AQ received 21/10/2006.

AQ returned 23 /10/2006.

Court Date:25/01/07 10.30am

Phoned Barclays 08/01/07 Said they would contact me shortly.

15/01/07 Received letter offering a full settlement however figure was short.

22/01/07 Received telephone call from Barclays asking for a settlement figure.

CLAIM SETTLED IN FULL!!!!!!!!!

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Thanks for that. Will post off today. After failing to adhere to the 40 day deadline, sent them a 7 days deadline letter, I eventually got my statements yesterday and, for good measure, a duplicate lot today!

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Posted the claim and spreadsheet on the 11th. Received the standard response dated 17th of August 2006.

 

I need some clarification on this point.

 

When I sent the claim and spreadsheet I put the claim dates as 1.9.2000 to 1.9.2006. Even though I mistakenly put a date not yet reached, is it still in order or should I amend it. I assume it's OK as the official claim will be via the courts.

 

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I've taken the LBA from the template and amended it very slightly using a small amount of text from the excellent letter in Don Quixote's thread. Does this look OK? I am sending it on Friday 25th Aug.

 

Barclays Bank Plc

Leicester

LE87 2BB

 

LETTER BEFORE ACTION

 

Dear Sir/Madam,

 

ACCOUNT NUMBER: XXXXXXXX

 

I am very disappointed that you have failed to positively respond to my letter of the 11th August 2006. Barclays have failed to read the detail contained within the letter pertaining to time frames and the type of correspondence I was requesting in relation to this matter. I requested, and hoped, that Barclays would enter into a sincere dialogue with me rather than respond by way of generic letters and leaflets. I can therefore only assume that Barclays have no intention of responding positively to my request for a refund of charges within 14 days, and am hereby providing notice of intention to pursue a claim with the County Court 14 days from the date of this letter.

I now understand that the regime of 'fees' which you have been applying to my account in relation to direct debit refusals, exceeding overdraft limits and so forth are unlawful at Common Law, Statute and recent Consumer regulations.

 

I would draw your attention to the terms of the contract which you agreed to at the time that I opened my account. It is an implied term of that contract that you would conduct yourselves lawfully and in a manner which complies with UK law.

 

I am frankly shocked that you have operated my account in this way as I had always reposed confidence in your integrity and expertise as my fiduciary.

 

I calculate that you have taken £XXXX.

I am enclosing a copy of the schedule of the charges which I am claiming. I have already sent you a copy of this in my original letter of the 11th of August 2006.

I require repayment in full of this money. If you do not comply fully within 14 days then I shall begin a claim against you for the full amount plus my costs and without further notice.

 

 

Yours faithfully .... etc

 

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Hi there my fellow Welshman....

 

Im in the view that the banks are seeing so many of our standard letters that they're processing them all exactly the same standard way & sending out standard replies to get through them all...

 

This is great for us as they're just going through the motions hoping that people will give up as a few probible do.........So until it gets to court they keep sending out standard letters etc....then by the time court action actually does go ahead all you've got is a pile of what can only be regarded as junk mail....

 

Doing it the tried & tested way & not changing anything means they can't hit you with any surprises & they have to pay out....

 

BTW I was going to send a modified letter out myself but thought that they would take their time to digest, nit pick or find loop holes to slip though...So in the end I stuck to the same letters as everyone else who've got their money back...

 

I may be wrong??? But thats my view..............Whats everyone elses view on this???

AS I SAID.....

"ENOUGH'S ENOUGH".....

I THINK IT'S ABOUT TIME I FOUGHT BACK.....

DON'T YOU....

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Don't worry about the dates it will be well past then anyway when you go to court, just make sure you dont start your court action till after this date, the LBA you sent is fine, I would stick to the tried and tested letters you know these have worked in the past. Hope this helps.

Isherwood v Barclays £1155

1st letter sent 3/6/2006

Offer of £465 rejected 1/7/2006

LBA sent 10/07/2006

bogoff REPLY SENT 12/07/2006

MCOL COURT ACTION 17/7/2006

ACKNOWLEDGED 28/7/2006

DEFENCE ISSUED 17/8/2006

Defence and AQ received 23/8/2006

AQ delivered by hand to the County Court 24/8/2006

Court Date received on 26th Sept for 18th January

Documents Sent to Barclays and Courts 12th Oct

2ND JAN SETTLED IN FULL

 

MBNA request for £67 refund sent 17/7/2006

Halifax - Your next :eek:

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Afternoon Welshman

 

I was just wondering did you send the modified LBA out or the standard stock LBA???

AS I SAID.....

"ENOUGH'S ENOUGH".....

I THINK IT'S ABOUT TIME I FOUGHT BACK.....

DON'T YOU....

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"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you WIN" Mahatma Gandhi

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No, I decided to take the advice of others including yourself and sent the one as found in the Library. as you quite rightly said, it's tried and tested.

 

I fully expect to have to contact the court in 14 days so will do the spreadsheet early next week.

 

Thanks for your response.

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Im glad you've done that it save any dalays etc....Its really tempting to add/adjust the templates I know I've wanted to but when they're just sending you standard replays back why bother...Good luck.:D

AS I SAID.....

"ENOUGH'S ENOUGH".....

I THINK IT'S ABOUT TIME I FOUGHT BACK.....

DON'T YOU....

:D

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you WIN" Mahatma Gandhi

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Hi welshman,

Just to clarify on the account fee, that you mentioned earlier in your thread, It appears that barclays are charging peoplw for additions accounts, a service where you recieve holiday insurance, breakdown cover etc, by reading people's threads they seem to have no idea they signed up for that additional service and are paying £9 to £13.50 each month, so the point is check out if it's for additions before you add it to your claim, Good Luck.:)

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Cheers Enough's Enough. They should get it this morning (Bank Holidays and all that). Have already prepared the schedule plus the 8% - an extra £450 in interest, as I don't think they'll break the mould and settle any earlier than in the past.

 

Thank You Nightstar. I've just gone for the Paid Referrals and Unpaids Out.

 

Will keep everyone informed of progress.

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Hi, Welshman.

 

I have only just seen this thread and I am sorry to have to tell you that you've sold yourself short.

 

You are perfectly correct that you cannot reclaim the ACCOUNT FEEs are these are legitimate charges.

 

What you can reclaim is.......

 

UNPAID OUTS.

PAID REFERRAL.

UNAUTH O/D.....(You missed the last one)

 

I would advise you to redo your spreadsheet and restart with the amended total.

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Thanks for your input Rooster-UK.

 

I don't recall seeing such entries in the packs I received but will go through them all again to check. I do, however, recall seeing "UNAUTH O/D" somewhere in the past so looking forward to upping the claim. Will reply once again when checked.

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This was quick. I posted my LBA on Friday the 25th of August so they must have been working over the weekend because I have had the offer letter dated the 28th of August - bank Holiday Monday - for £1000. I'm going to post a polite "Thanks but no Thanks" letter today. My claim, before interest is £2,040. They underestimate my resolve.

 

However, one question I have is, where do I post the rejection letter to? Is it to Leicester, where all my other communications have gone to or to this NEW address on the top of the offer letter:- Laurence White, Customer Relations Manager, Freepost RLTA-CSUE-TCHC, Head Office Customer Relations, London, E14 5HP. I am inclined to keep using Leicester and maybe copying to Mr White.

 

Any comments please?

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Hi welshman

 

Nice to see fellow welshmen reclaiming wats rightfully theirs hope it all goes well. I sent my rejection letter to the head office address in London and got the standard thats our only offer letter back within a week.

 

All the best

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