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Hi, i have a question about the naming of defendants when you submit your N1 form. I've read the two suggested books, but they have not really helped. So, if for example, i had a Barclaycard Visa card, the name on the N1 form should be "Barclays Bank PLC" or "Barclays Bank PLC, trading as Barclaycard". I have issued an N1 using just "Barclays Bank" - will it be ok??

Likewise for a River Island store card, (RI card issued by GE Money which is a trading name of GE Capital Bank), should it be "GE Capital Bank PLC trading as either GE Money or River Island", or just "GE Capital Bank PLC"

Finally my Shell Visa card is issued by RBS Nautilus Ltd, which is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Royal Bank of Scotland. So is it RBS Nautilus Ltd or The Royal Bank of Scotland PLC ? & should i have a "trading as" in there? These 2 are registered in Scotland, so can i issue proceedings against a Scottish company ?

Am i being thick, as i have not seen any posts in this area, is it obvious ??

 

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Its the card issuer that takes the charges.....so its them you want to challenge.

You are right in all your assumptions so you are not thick at all !!!

 

Welcome to the site.

 

You should find that the Scottish have reg offices in the UK too so thats where you should apply.9 have a look in contacts within your group )

 

take a few mins to read the faqs and have a look at the refs that are applicable to you....including threads from the same issuers/banks.

If you get stuck then just holla out !

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Hi Martin, thanks for your reply, & to one you replied to from another thread (i think Sarah13). I've searched throught the faqs again, and had a look at the relevent forums.

 

1) With Shell Visa card, the statement clearly identifies RBS Nautilus Ltd as the company responsable - they are only registered in Scotland according to Companies House - just proceed as though they were an English registered company ?

 

2) With store cards (Top Man & River Island) the statements do not say who issues & runs the cards. One has cheques payable to GE Capital Bank, the other to GE Money (no company registered at Companies House with just GE Money as their title). Should i go for GE Capital Bank PLC trading as GE Money for both TopMan & River Island ??

 

3) Again with Barclaycard, the only listing close is "Barclaycard Funding PLC" at Companies House. So should i go for "Barclays Bank PLC trading as Barclaycard" ??

 

It looks like to me that "GE Money" & "Barclaycard" are just names & not registered companies?

 

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Yes all your thoughts are correct.

 

Over the months we have managed to build quite a good database here for contacts.

To find these first go to the sub group ie Barclays.....then go into Barclaycard....then look for contacts.....and you should find in there.

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