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Hi, and Welcome to the Club. It's free to join but a 5% donation when you successfully leave will be very welcome.

 

Prediction Number 1: Your statements will arrive on or about the 40th day after you first ask for them.

 

Take the next three weeks ago to read the FAQ's and Step by Step guide together with following the threads here. You will soon learn what to expect and at what stage. They are very predictable.

 

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Hi Anticipating, welcome to the family.

 

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Hi Anticipating,

 

I sent off my Data protection letter as you have and received my statments on 37 days. I sent off the "please can I have my money back" letter immediately:D (My charges amount to £745) and got a reply within 2 weeks saying they'd answer me by 21st Sept. They wrote to me on the 19th to offer me £345 as "full and final settlement". I signed their acceptance letter and sent it back with a cover note saying I'll take their £345 to be paid into my account within seven days as they offered but I DO NOT consider it as full and final settlement:mad: and fully intend to persue them for the remaining £400:p . Only time will tell what they will do but I gave them 14 days to reply!!! Hope this info helps my friend.

 

Keep your chin up and keep us posted:razz:

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Thanks for your help all! I got my statements today. Had a quick sift though and found £300 of charges. Will have a proper look later to see if there are any more.

So now I have to send the next letter with the schedule of charges. Can anyone explain to me a little more how the schedule of charges works? Do I send of the statements with the charges on them? Or what?

Thanks again all.

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You need to look in the templates where there is the prem letter and a worksheet file for schedule of charges. You need to complete all the charges in the worksheet but don't and the interest yet. Once completed, send it off with you prem letter. 14 days later, send it off again with the next letter.

 

Hope this helps. See the FAQ's for further information

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As I understand, you only add it when it you can only add it to the court subbmission. You need to read the step by step guide in the FAQ's. all this is explained there.

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Barclays - Offered 48% said no

Next step - moneyclaim

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Hi Anticipating.

 

You really should have taken several days to read the FAQ's and Step by Step guides before starting the process. Then, quite honestly, during the time you were waiting for your statements, you should have read them again and again. That is why they are there. You should also read other peoples' threads. The people who created this site have done a lot of work putting this site together and all your questions and a LOT more are more than adequately covered.

 

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I would agree with the advice you've already got.

 

Just one point about the "schedule of charges" question, though. By now it should be coming into focus for you. But one point you should be absolutely clear on is the idea of "sending off the statements" - don't do it! You need to keep the statements securely in YOUR possession, at least until you're sure you don't need them any more. If you were to go to court you would need them.

Victimnomore

By day, quiet unassuming bank customer - but, by night, .. .. .. .. ..

Barclays Case1

14/03/07 **WON** FULL settlement £3358.39

Barclays Case2

08/09/08 Prelim: please give me my £187.91 back.

Halifax Case1

14/03/07 **WON** Refunded £728 (including £54 costs)

Halifax Case2

08/09/08 Prelim: please give me my £268.24 back.

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Hi Anticipating.

 

You really should have taken several days to read the FAQ's and Step by Step guides before starting the process. Then, quite honestly, during the time you were waiting for your statements, you should have read them again and again. That is why they are there. You should also read other peoples' threads. The people who created this site have done a lot of work putting this site together and all your questions and a LOT more are more than adequately covered.

 

Good Luck

 

Hey, i've been looking at this site for about 3 months now and have read the FAQs over and over. It simply said 'Don't forget to send your schedule of charges with your letter'.

So please don't start telling me things like this. I'm sure people don't mind just giving me some more detailed infomation in this thread.

Thanks victinmore. I've printed out my spreadsheet now and yup I wont be sending any of my statements don't worry :D

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Sorry if I offended you but the answers to your questions are located within claimants threads and in the FAQ's and Step by Steps.

 

Again, good luck with your quest for justice.

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Welshman

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