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Try asking the question rather than posting a link to a different thread and where you have been requested within that thread to 'ask your own question; How difficult is it to simply cut and paste your own question from that thread and place it in your own?

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Try asking the question rather than posting a link to a different thread and where you have been requested within that thread to 'ask your own question; How difficult is it to simply cut and paste your own question from that thread and place it in your own?

 

Apologies. No offence intended BUT I had posted the new thread with the link BEFORE you posted back. I in no way intended to hijack your thread, just know most of these sites need fewer threads rather than more. As I say, no offence intended!

 

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Hmmmm! Interesting! Now if I had a second mortgage with Kensington at that time and had to sell my house in order to pay the debts partly due to their ever increasing charges and refusal to co-operate even when asked by the CAB, do I have any redress after all this time? This is NOT a hypothetical situation.

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Hmmmm! Interesting! Now if I had a second mortgage with Kensington at that time and had to sell my house in order to pay the debts partly due to their ever increasing charges and refusal to co-operate even when asked by the CAB, do I have any redress after all this time? This is NOT a hypothetical situation.

 

First thing to do is fire off a SAR request for the cost £10 then once you've done that then ask for the money back, when they refuse to give anything apart from exit fees, take there sorry ar*e's to court.

 

In the meantime, for the sake of a stamp do ask for the exit charges to be paid as as INTERIM PAYMENT and not as a FULL AND FINAL PAYMENT.

 

When they refuse it will make intresting reading for the judge who will never read it when they settle out of court becuase if it did actually get to court they would have to explain where £50 comes from and we could'nt have that could we. No, of course not

 

Good luck Tingy its an easy process, if you live in England you can do it online.

 

 

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Here is question

 

Hmmmm! Interesting! Now if I had a second mortgage with Kensington at that time and had to sell my house in order to pay the debts partly due to their ever increasing charges and refusal to co-operate even when asked by the CAB, do I have any redress after all this time? This is NOT a hypothetical situation.

 

First thing to do is fire off a SAR request for the cost £10 then once you've done that then ask for the money back, when they refuse to give anything apart from exit fees, take there sorry ar*e's to court.

 

In the meantime, for the sake of a stamp do ask for the exit charges to be paid as as INTERIM PAYMENT and not as a FULL AND FINAL PAYMENT.

 

When they refuse it will make intresting reading for the judge who will never read it when they settle out of court becuase if it did actually get to court they would have to explain where £50 comes from and we could'nt have that could we. No, of course not

 

Good luck Tingy its an easy process, if you live in England you can do it online.

 

 

LOOKS LIKE WE TYPED AT THE SAME TIME BUT ANSWER ABOVE GET A SAR OFF PRONTO.

Thanks. I'm in Wales - can I still do it online? It would be oh so nice to get some revenge for wrecking my families lives. I'm doing the same with a bailiffs firm and a council at the moment over a now paid debt for council tax. The nice thing is, as the debts are already settled, there's nothing to lose by fighting them, but everything to gain!

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