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Hi I have been off line for a while now due to illness, so lost all happenings withthe banks. I see it still isnt setled were getting overdraft charges back. nI recently received a letter from the Lloyds ststing my A/c wad now closed & showed my ststement at zero balance, I thought they had finally taken pity & wiped out all charges. Yesterday I had a letter from Moorcroft asking for the total sum, it transpires that the bank has sold the debt to this lot who are now threatening me with bailiffs or court. I have explained to them that it is in dispute, & have now decided to go to the FOS as they have turned me down on hardship basis. Can they do this the bank & the collectors? & how do I approach the FOS. tHANKS

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i have successfully up to now gone to the fos due to hardship with lloyds. if you have proof that you have informed them you are in hardship and they have done nothing about it then fill in the form on the FOS website and include all your data also.

were i am up to at the moment

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?264167-ok-so-they-say-i-have-a-case-BUT.....

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[email protected] are northing to be worried about neither, if they are threatening you with bailiffs then they are merely attempting to exploit your lack of knowledge and intimidate you into paying something, or even call them. Both of which you SHOULD NOT DO!

 

Here's the FOS website, http://www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk/consumer/complaints.htm

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