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Accept it! from people I've talked to the "easier" you are the faster they're paying up. I simply sent my own letter, worded very politely and was awarded every penny.

 

Good luck:oops:

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If i was you accept but only as part of what they owe and tell them you will be still claiming for the remainder of what they owe. They will give you all what they owe make no mistake about that. For someone who is unemployed £350 is alot to give to the bank. Are you in the habit of giving the bank your money. Claim all your money back, it won't take much longer.

 

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TheDean Vs RBS - WON!! Full amount requested Awarded :D :D ;)


Disclaimer: Anything I write in these forums is my personal opinion and offered without prejudice. If in doubt, please seek independent legal advice.

 

TheDean Vs Telewest - 27/10 SB's big letter sent.

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TheDean Vs RBS - WON!! Full amount requested Awarded :D :D ;)

 

 

Congratulations!

 

No doubt you will be in for a good weekend!;)

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Hi...... Please could you add "SETTLED" to my threads title. My thread is Atlantic vs RBoS.

 

Although my claim went to court it was really settled after the perliminary stage of charges only and not through the court process.

 

Thanks 4 your help...

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Hello - I've won and updated my thread - could a moderator move me over to the successful thread please??:rolleyes:

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Can a mod please add 'I WON' to the title of my thread? Thanks

 

jmf76 v RBS


Barclays & Barclaycard - on hold due to test case :mad:

RBS - won & settled :-D

 

Now who else should I target... :-D

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RBS have given me back £1600 of my cash... :)

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Hi Folks

 

Its time everyone got together to support other in beating these Bandits

have a look at this and show your support for him. this is just a start

 

YouTube - Royal Bank Of Scotland

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EVUNDhtpMJY

Edited by pkelly

pick up a penquin two systems for the price of one:?:

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Hi all,

I have been having a running battle with BOS for 2.5years now. Firstly I claimed and won my case for mis-sold PPI and they forwarded me a cheque for £2800.00. Not bad for a few letters.

I also asked BOS for a copy of my signed credit card agreement. They have not and say they cannot find or supply this to me. I have written numerous letters and emails and eventually they basically told me to stop hassling them. What a result as they hassled me for years. They them sent my file to Albion Collections, who are actually a division of BOS. I stopped my monthly payments and have asked them to challenge me in court. They them forwarded my file to their solicitors Blair Oliver & Scott. I got some letter threatening court but this stopped when I challenged their validity as a legal practice. Blair Oliver Scott abbreviates to BOS (surprise surprise) and Companies House has them listed as being form (1991, I think) but dormant. Funnily enough, I have received no more correspondence from Blair Oliver Scott.

My credit file has been damaged but my next move is to challenge this damage. BOS have acted as reckless, unresponsible lenders. They increased my credit balance that actually attracted me into spending more than I could afford. It was like dangling the carrot in front of the horse. I have calculated the full amount I have spent on my card since the account was opened (over £68K) and have calculated that I have repaid more than £70K. I dont feel bad that I am not paying they extoriate interest and charges that have accrued over the years.

Can anyone tell me how to challenge the adverse credit reports on my credit file. I want to help as many people as possible who are in a similar position to myself so if we join together we will do better than going it alone.

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