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Hi Conni

 

My court date is 26th March, next Mon, after a reminder they sent me an offer today, so I wouldnt expect anything to soon. they seem to be making offers about one - two weeks prior to the date.

 

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My court date is the 8th May so only just over two weeks to go. No word yet from Barclays but from reading the threads they seem to leave it till a few days before.

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if nothing heard by 10 days before, contact them using the info in my signature, you will see by some of my previous threads I rate Krysta very highly.

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Well I have sent a email to Krysta and have added on a little to my total with the interest and see if she replys if not will give her a ring in a few days

 

[email protected]

 

Hi,

Krysta,

I am writing to you today after receiving my date for the court hearing to recover my charges imposed on my accounts.

Claim Number: XXXXXXXXX

Court: Skipton County Court

 

As you are already aware, Barclays have no intentions in attending these hearings and the Judges around the country are realising this.

With this in mind, I propose that, so we dont waste any more of each others time, and the courts, we discuss the matter of settlement out of court.

You will also be aware that claiming interest under section 69 ....... this is increasing on a daily basis.

 

As at todays date the amount being claimed is £3,825.55.

 

I am willing to cancel all proceedings against Barclays if this figure is agreed as the settlement figure to be paid into my bank account.

These funds will be used to reduce/clear the overdrafts on my accounts.

Hopefully, you will see, I am not doing this to gain financially, simply to straighten my finances with Barclays.

 

May I add that, taking this course of action to recover my charges does not reflect any disrespect I have for Barclays and I intend to remain a loyal customer for many more years.

 

You can contact me on 078.

 

I would be grateful if you would acknowledge this email either accepting or refusing my offer to settle as this will be included in my court bundle as evidence that I have made every effort to settle amicably.

 

I look forward to hearing from you very soon

 

Thanks dar3n for you advice and the email template

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Thanks dar3n.

 

Sent the message to Krysta on Saturday and no response not even an acknowledgement they have the email have sent it again today if no response by end of the week will give them a ring on Friday and try to get the money out of them

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Hi Conni

 

Just been reading your threads, cannot believe it's been going on so long.

 

Really need some advice, trying to claim back charges from Barclays, LBA deadline is on Thursday and have heard nothing from bacnk since they sent me a letter acknowledging my first 14day letter with their usual ' we wil repsond to you in 8 weeks according to the FSA rules'. i called them on tues stating that I would have no choice but to file a claim on friday and they said sorry but reiterated the same rubbish as in the letter above. Do I file a claim on friday? or can I wait until monday, if so will delaying it hinder my claim?

 

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Conni

 

Sorry I havent got back sooner been away with work.

 

They are the worst to deal with, no doubt someone will come back and say their bank is harder to deal with, but Barclays are hard work and will take it to the bitter end as they are busy with loads of claims.

 

Stick it out and you will get your money, your date is the 8th, in my case they didnt send an offer 'till I phoned the name on the court sheet 6 days prior to our court date, two of those days were sat/sun.

 

He said an offer would be in the mail, it arrived, we had made an error in the interest, I phoned, he agreed the amended fig, money was placed in the Barclays account the following day, which was the Thur prior to a monday court date.

 

We posted a letter tothe court on Fri, I guess they got it Mon morning.

 

So please play their game and wait till you get a little closer to your date and then phone the name on your piece of paper.

 

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Hi Conni

 

Just been reading your threads, cannot believe it's been going on so long.

 

Really need some advice, trying to claim back charges from Barclays, LBA deadline is on Thursday and have heard nothing from bacnk since they sent me a letter acknowledging my first 14day letter with their usual ' we wil repsond to you in 8 weeks according to the FSA rules'. i called them on tues stating that I would have no choice but to file a claim on friday and they said sorry but reiterated the same rubbish as in the letter above. Do I file a claim on friday? or can I wait until monday, if so will delaying it hinder my claim?

 

Thanks

 

 

Hi Saxonlim

 

Stick to your deadline you gave them 14 days if they have not responded then file the claim delaying your claim will not hinder you but if you do stick to the dates then they know you mean business

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Thanks Conni. By the looks of things Barclays play hard ball, i'm just a bit apprehensive about filing a claim. But once i've done my research i'm sure i'll be fine!

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You will be fine there will be someone to help you all the way and allways ask even if you think it is a silly question it is better to be sure

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Thanks Conni. By the looks of things Barclays play hard ball, i'm just a bit apprehensive about filing a claim. But once i've done my research i'm sure i'll be fine!

everyone feels like this,

by the time youve finished you'll be doing it for all your mates

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Well phoned the bank on friday to check my balance and low and behold Barclays had put £350 in my account without me knowing as a good will gesture! So I am going to write them a letter saying that I will accept it as part payment, ONLY if they refund the full amount due to me, if they don't to remove it from my account and that I will file a claim. Is that correct?

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This is unusual for Barclays to do this, I know they do it when settling the Additions disputes but not on charges.

 

maybe its a bonus for being a loyal customer

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Well I rang Barclays and spoke with Krysta she said she had passed my details onto a Paul Quinn telephone number 0207 116 5634 who was working in date order and was only dealing with the 6th May court dates today so if my maths are right a letter should come out to me on Thursday and could I call him back if I had not heard from him by the 30th April.

 

He sounded very fed up and told me they were inundated with emails and letters at the moment I wonder why!!!

Did feel a little bit sorry for them but when I saw the news of how much money they are spending alamgamating with the Dutch bank it went right out the window.

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Conni

 

Thats the same chappie that I had, seems a decent bloke and was helpfull, even when we had to re-calculate the interest in our favour as we had made a mistake.

 

I phoned him 3 working days prior to the court date and agreed the fig, letter for me to sign was delivered the following day. The cheque followed on the day of the court hearing..

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Hope my cheque arrives a little sooner than that as the post comes after I will have set off to the court as my hearing is set for 10am so will not be able to cancell it maybe I will give him a ring and ask him to send the money electronically then I will have time to cancell the hearing.

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*** WON***

 

The money was put into my account on Friday and I am over the moon thanks to all the help I received and hope you all get your money back soon

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