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If you have been successful in your claim with your financial instution but the thread title doesn't show **WON** or **SETTLED** can you please send a private message to one of the mods to change the title and put it in the successes sub-forum.

 

This will give other users an at-a-glance guide to other cases that have been won and may just give them that extra little bit of confidence needed to pursue their bank/loan company themselves.

 

If you can't PM a mod for whatever reason then just reply to this thread.


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Hi,

 

I have just won a case against Morgan Stanley and have updated the title with "won with CCI" but it is not showing so needs to be moved please.

 

Its title is Redsonja Vs Morgan Stanley.

 

Thanks


Morgan Stanley

**Won 31.01.07 with CCI**

Capital One

**Won 19.04.07 with CCI**

Halifax current & Joint

Verbal S.A.R 11.01.07, stats recd 18.01.07

Halifax Visa prelim sent 26.01.07. Reply 31.01.07 Filed N1 on 20.03.07 - Judgement granted, sent in the bailiffs

GE Capital

Frazercard Prelim sent with CCI 27.01.07

Burtons Prelim sent with CCI 22.01.07

 

RBOS Visa S.A.R sent 12.01.07

Partners JJB card (Creation) *Won* with part interest - 15.02.07

 

 

Partners LLOYDS Account S.A.R 13.12.06 - stats recd 30.01.07. Prelim sent with CCI 01.02.07

 

Partners BOS Mastercard Offered all charges except £12. Refused. N1 filed 20.03.07 - Judgement granted, sent in the bailiffs

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Hi

I just had a success with morgan stanley

I posted it as slippy vs morgan stanley, today.

thanks in advance for moving it to the successes.


Successfully reclaimed £13k in 2007. A bit exhausted now. Still have Post Fear but don't hide from the postman any more.

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Just got the cheque for the amount claimed from the Northern Bank without court action today and I REFUSED to sign the acceptance notice giving up the right to claim again. Will start claim number two against the Northern soon.:wink:

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