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I hope that some readers will be their to support me on December 07 at 3pm Aldershot and Farnham county court.

 

Reston's solicitors have applied to have my claim thrown out of court.

It has taken me 1.5 years to get my financial transaction data from MBNA and only after involving my MP and FOS.

 

Since around January 2009 I have been charged £3,800 in legal fees by Restons Solicitors on behalf of MBNA.

 

I have £6,800 in undesclosed charges that neither Restons or MBNA can explain

 

I have 6 letters which it is clear have been forged. MBNA sold my debt to Reston solicitors for 0.5p in the pound before responding to my complaint following their complaints procedure.

 

The differance between my debt at the time approximatly £2,500 and the ammount they sold the debt for approximatly £500 was written off against tax.

 

Restons used the highest level of debt I had with the bank as the ammount they want to reclaim ignoring the payments that I had made.

 

I have been told not to expect Justice.

 

I don't expect Justice but I think the consumer should know just how badly degragated our judicial system is. It will allways favour the large financial institutes and American banks. It appears that the written laws are not worth the paper they are written on.

 

Everything that MBNA and Reston's have done is explicitly outlawed in various acts of parliment includeing the consumer credit act but no judge that I know of has ever upheld it against a large financial institution or American Bank.

 

Law Less Britain when it comes to white coller crime? Decide for your self.:???:

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