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The sooner you send it in (and pay the fee) the sooner they will settle :)

 

Make sure when you agree settlement that you include your court fee and the questionnaire fee.

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O.k on the questionnaire where it say do i need to postpone claim for a month to try and settle the claim with the other party , do i tick yes or no ? should i just get on with it ?

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In the Bank Template Library there is now an explanation of how to complete the Allocation Questionnaire.


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hi all

 

just recieved another offer from the bank which includes the amount owed and the court fees but dosen't allow for any interest. i've submitted my doc's for court ( they had to be in by 1st August) but i dont think the bank have as the court haven't sent me anything. also they made another 3 charges this week. do i cut and run now seeing as it's only 2 weeks to the hearing or should i fight to the end ?

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Threads merged. Pls keep your updates and queries on one thread, it will make things a lot easier to understand for all. You've been told this before.

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Why should you cut and run? It's YOUR claim, remember?

 

I suggest you send a friendly letter to Mr KJ and remind him that only FULL and UNCONDITIONAL settlement of your claim will result in your withdrawing your claim. Then wait and see who blinks first. (Hint: So far, THEY always have! :-D)

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o.k thanks.

 

do you think i still have enough time to settle by post ? the court hearing is on 30th august.

 

and what to do about the charges to my account since i made my claim ???

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well, strictly speaking, the new charges are a different claim, but there is no harm in mentioning them in your letter, and say that in order to minimise the hassle to both parties, would he consider reimbursing those as well, otherwise, you'd only have to start the whole process. See what they say...

 

Daniel, you are still not getting this: YOU do NOT have to "settle", THEY do. Stop thinking like a victim! If they do not want to go to court, THEY will have to do the running.

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just penning the letter to send today - can you have a quick look and tell me if you think its ok? see below THANKS!

 

Dear Mr Jeremiah

Thank you for your letter dated 14th August 2006, however I must remind you that only FULL and UNCONDITIONAL settlement of my claim will result in my withdrawing from this case.

I am enclosing copies of a further 6 letters informing me of charges incurred since my original claim. Although I understand that strictly speaking that the issue of these would need to be dealt with in a new and separate claim, I would like you to consider reimbursing these along with my initial claim in an attempt at saving both parties the hassle and cost of a new further claim.

Yours sincerely

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Daniel17,

 

I had a very similar situation to you with regard to additional charges added to my account.

 

If you read my thread:

 

Bitiing back at Woolwich

 

you might get a few ideas on how to proceed. At worse it'll give you some moral support that you are not alone!

 

Dont forget that you are in charge here, not the banks!

 

Barry


Halifax - Won £425.00

American Express - Won £90.00

Woolwich Bank - Won £2280.00

Barclaycard - Won £558.00

Woolwich Bank - New claim for £723.00 entered.

Barclaycard - New claim for £236.00 entered

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I must remind you that only FULL and UNCONDITIONAL settlement of my claim will result in my withdrawing from this case.

 

--> I must remind you that only FULL and UNCONDITIONAL settlement will result in me withdrawing this case.

Otherwise, spot on! ;-)

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silly question i know but the interest i claim for, is it times six for the 6 years or just x 1 of the % ?

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also - will i need a solicitor with me on the day should it get as far as court?

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The interest claimed is the following:

 

8% for each charge, charged at the daily rate since the charge was incurred. That is 0.02 pence per day, per charge. If you incurred a charge of £1, a year ago, you would be claiming 8 pence on that single charge.

 

Once the claim is raised you claim a daily rate at 8% annually, for each day since the claim was raised. That is 0.02 pence per day, multiplied by the total of your claim. If the claim is for £1,000, your daily rate of interest from the claim will be 20 pence.

 

No, you will not need a solicitor. Have you looked for a court buddy yet? Whereabouts are you?

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im SW6, Fulham.

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