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Best of luck, Enron, we're all rooting for you.:)

 

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Do I take it that Citi didn't even attempt to comply with the Disclosure Order? Did they even explain why they weren't, or simply just not respond to it at all? Amazing arrogance on their part, but unsurprising given their history I suppose.

 

Which Court are you going to? If its in London I wouldn't mind coming along - I've my own case against Citibank which is at an interesting stage now :)

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Yep, they chose not to comply with the order which was dated 19th March 2007 giving them a 14 period to comply.

 

Instead they decided to deliver their standard defence documents to me on 25th July, which still have not adequately complied with the draft order.

 

Gonna be in Bristol tomorrow, so a little to far for you to travel unfortunately.

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Oh shame you're so far off.. I would have liked to have heard in person how they're going to explain themselves.

 

Frankly I can't see how they hope to wriggle out of it - they look to be up $hit creek without a paddle.

 

Good luck though - I can't wait to hear how this unfolds! I hope you're going to post a detailed account of the proceedings :)

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Yep, I will post an account as soon as I get back, though may neglect some details until an order is issued one way or the other.

 

The main thing is to prepare extremely well. I've redrafted my statement to court about 6 times, and it's pretty tight and concise now.

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Yep, I will post an account as soon as I get back, though may neglect some details until an order is issued one way or the other.

 

The main thing is to prepare extremely well. I've redrafted my statement to court about 6 times, and it's pretty tight and concise now.

Very best wishes and good luck ! I'm in court with them on the 10th and wouldnt mind a wee look at your statement if you are prepared to share it.

 

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It's good stuff, will let you have a copy of the text once the hearing is out of the way tomorrow.

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Been back for about an hour, but decided to put my feet up and have a little rest as i've been out all day.

 

Don't wish to pre-empt the order which will be sent out, but as the defence barrister wrote down all the details Citi should have them by now.

 

Ultimately Citi's default on the draft order which was adopted in this claim was seen in a very bad light by the judge. And Citi's submission of what is essentially it's standard defence 10 days before the hearing was remarked on.

 

Citi have till 4pm on 31st August 2007 to comply with the order or judgement can be enterred in default

 

Link to template for draft order: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/57708-draft-order-allocation-questionnaires.html?highlight=draft+order

 

If any other claimants get to the AQ stage, get in touch with me as I have something that will help get the draft order adopted in your claims.

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I'm not counting my chickens before they hatch, it could be a case that Citi decide to provide a breakdown to validate their pre-estimate costs.

 

Question is which pre-estimate, the £12.88 or the £13.47 one?

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Nice one Enron but why oh why do the courts keep giving these jokers so much extra time - 10 days would surely have been long enough.

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The courts have to appear to be fair to both parties, think also something to do with the listing time for hearings - 28 days was mentioned.

 

They have till 31st August 2007 to comply with ther order, if they don't I can call for judgement by default.

 

The first available slot after the 1st September 2007 will be allocated for the next hearing.

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****claim Won****

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Well done, Enron.

Are you going to post the details?:)

 

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Working on it to hide some personal details will go up in a mo.

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As Citi should have received a copy by now, and a duplicate has been sent by myself of these here are the case management details:

 

http://i26.photobucket.com/albums/c104/telso/citi/a.jpg

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Congratulations, you got there in the end.

 

I would suspect that as in my case you will have to send the baliffs in before you see your money, but the end is in sight.

Lloyds TSB won £4154.59

Nat West settled £810

Mint settled £383.47

Lloyds TSB (mrsDJ59) won £3751.09

Barclaycard settled £1079.77

Capital One settled £257.85

Citicards won £2033.80:p

Capital One settled £986.65

 

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Will let everyone know how I get on.

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I take it this was Mr Smith rather than Eversheds, in which case large amounts of egg on face, richly deserved. :lol:

 

Well done DJ Britton

 

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Yep, it was Mr's.Smith and Travis who handled the case.

 

I got a bit of a slap on the wrist for writing to the court directly, however as i've never taken someone to court was unaware of procedure... unlike those in Salford.

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Sweet as a nut Enron!

 

I'm still waiting to hear about my appeal for the general stay to be removed from my case. The judge in your letter makes a good point about this.

 

Had to laugh yesterday. I got a letter from a fake debt collector yesterday (it's actually Citi playing silly buggers but looks scary!) Phoned them to let them know that the court case was still going ahead and you aint getting a penny from me, but I'm getting lots from you!

 

Any news on the OFT v Fascist Pig Banks?

 

Mike

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All the credit card companies promised to abide by the OFT report which was issued 5th April 2006, as shown by Citi's reduction in charges to the maximum of £12.

 

As such the pending OFT court case against the banks relating to current accounts shouldn't be applicable to credit cards.... though some are still placing stays on these.

 

I'm considering to make my case management decision sheets open to all future claimants to use when submitting their AQ, to let courts know of the kind of tactics Citi use - albeit this might be dependent on whether I have to take enforcement action against them.

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Excellent news, well done!

NatWest - WON! £3350 Paid back

Vodafone - Default removed

Citicards - Judgement awarded for £1898, default remains though...for now....

Capital One- WON! Settled out of Court £392 + Default Removal!

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Received a letter from David Travis today to say that the amount of my claim had been deducted from my ever deminishing balance that I still have with them. So looks like its been paid.

 

However will wait for that to appear on my statement before informing Bristol CC that the claim has been settled, guess dealing with Msr. Smith & Travis have taught be to be cautious in the extreme.

 

Will still pop in here and help people still though as I fundementally disagree with the stance that Citi have taken.

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It might seem an uphill struggle, and be akin to getting blood out of a stone.

 

But that stone does bleed, and despite their assertions to the contrary Citi do lose claims.

 

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