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I would respond and state that on receipt of the missing data you will happily oblige and discontinue the claim...please confirm when your client will be able to disclose all requested data.

 

You have to be careful heer because in theory they have offered the value of the claim and we get back into the realms of Part 7 verses Part 8 claims.

 

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Yes this worries me that they have a way out now and I’ll not get the data. 

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I’ve sent the reply stating I’d be happy to discontinue the case once I get all my missing data.

 

Find it odd though the letter from BC (18th April) says they haven’t got the data (which I don’t believe) and the letter from the solicitor (30th April) says I will have my data shortly. Slight contradiction.

 

Will see where it goes. Deadline for filing a defence is May 13th.

 

 

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1 hour ago, tnook said:

I’ve sent the reply stating I’d be happy to discontinue the case once I get all my missing data.

 

Find it odd though the letter from BC (18th April) says they haven’t got the data (which I don’t believe) and the letter from the solicitor (30th April) says I will have my data shortly. Slight contradiction.

 

Will see where it goes. Deadline for filing a defence is May 13th.

 

 

 I’m following this and am with you all the way!

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Found this interesting site at Barclays:  https://www.archive.barclays.com/

 

“Barclays Group Archives are home to the records of Barclays PLC and its predecessors, dating from 1567 to the present day.”

 

Suspect it’s more historical than customer records.

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1 hour ago, tnook said:

Found this interesting site at Barclays:  https://www.archive.barclays.com/

 

“Barclays Group Archives are home to the records of Barclays PLC and its predecessors, dating from 1567 to the present day.”

 

Suspect it’s more historical than customer records.

Only one way to find out?

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Posted (edited)

UPDATE:

 

Just received an email from BC's solicitors. A very courteous lady I must say.

 

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Dear tnook, 

 

Thank you for your email.

 

The Bank should be in a position to send the documents to you next week.

 

Would you like these sent by email or post? In any event, the password will need to be sent to you separately via post.

 

Kind regards

Courteous Lady Solicitor

 

Now either:

  a) she is just repling to my question about when the bank would send the documents, in which case she is none the wiser.

Or hopefully:

  b) BC have called her to confirm the data will be on its way.

 

Stay tuned....

Edited by tnook

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My take on this now is that the Litigation Team are in control and you'll get the info you're after soon.

 

This doesn't look to me like the BC Data Team are still dealing with you independently.

 

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13 hours ago, tnook said:

UPDATE:

 

Just received an email from BC's solicitors. A very courteous lady I must say.

 

 

Now either:

  a) she is just repling to my question about when the bank would send the documents, in which case she is none the wiser.

Or hopefully:

  b) BC have called her to confirm the data will be on its way.

 

Stay tuned....

The mention of a password suggests the data they’re sending might be on a data CD so could be microfilm / microfiche.

What do you think?

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Not sure how big the file will be since it’s 5-6 years worth of statements that are missing. If they are email it, I expect it will be a compressed PDF file or series of files. IF they are sending anything. I still expect this to end up in court.

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It almost seems to good to be true, doesn’t it,

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Update: 

 

Received a standard computer generated letter from Barclays saying they had received my Data Access request and were processing it.... do they know there’s a deadline?

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Update: Email from BC’s solicitor just arrived.

 

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Dear tnook,

 

The Bank is collating the documents ready to be sent to you. The Bank estimates that the documents will be sent out to you today, followed by a password sent separately in the post, for security reasons.

 

Kind regards 

Courteous Solicitor

 

 I am dying to see what they will be sending. Will keep you posted.

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Me too!!!

However, I’m still curious about this password. Have they said it’ll be on a data DVD or thumb drive / digital format? Because, to me, this points towards microfiche?

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No they said they will email the documents/data in an encrypted format and post the password separately for security.

 

But yes if they are sending anything useful I expect it will be scans of microfiche.

 

Update: Email from Barclays Corporate 

 

Just received an automated email from the Barclays Corporate Information Access Team. Looks like there is a secure area at Barclays with the data or a letter. Need to wait for the passcode to arrive in the post before I can access it.

 

Will keep you posted.

 

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Barclays Secured Message: New Web Messenger Account Created and Message Received

 

You have received a PGP Universal Secured Message from:

InformationAccessTeam@barclayscorp.com

Access to this message requires that you know the passphrase set by the sender. Once you have contacted the sender for the passphrase, click on the link below to read the message. Future messages from this sender may be secured without this step.

 

 

 

Oh this is amusing. I just got another message:

 

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Barclays Secured Message: Web Messenger Account Over Quota 

 

You would have received a PGP Universal Secured Message from:

catherine.gregson@barclays.com

However, PGP Universal is already storing too much mail for you.  To erase
the old mail stored for you on PGP Universal, please click this link:

 

I haven’t gained access to the secure area but it’s already over its quota. I don’t think it’s just one letter. They haven’t thought this through. :)

Edited by tnook

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Are you going to do what they ask and erase the ‘old mail’? Lol 

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LOL :)

 

I just forwarded the mailbox warning to the nice solicitor, so that they are aware.

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Posted (edited)

Update: Email from their solicitor

 

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Dear tnook

Thank you for your emails. I have been advised that a few of the smaller files have been emailed to you, this includes the covering letter, PPI report, customer profile, statements and first complaint file.

Some of the remaining data has been sent by hard copy post which will arrive by 1pm tomorrow. This includes all correspondence and second, third and fourth complaint files.

Finally, as some of the remaining files are very large, they are difficult to send by post. Once you access your secure inbox with the password, you can move the files to your computer to create more storage room. Catherine Gregson will arrange for the remaining files to be sent to your inbox.

The password for the files has also been sent by post.

 

 

This is a little worrisome. I didn’t ask for a PPI summary. Have they just re-run the GDPR request from last year again and are going to send me the same 15 cm thick pile off data with the bits missing that I have been asking for.... The suspense.....

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Just had an alert from my ‘Ring’ doorbell. Postman was trying to deliver several signed for envelopes. Will need to pick them up from the Royal Mail depot tonight when I get back from work.

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This tension is killing me ;))

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Update: Cheeky email from the nice solicitor

 

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Dear tnook,

Royal Mail attempted to deliver the packages of data and passphrase by post today. They have left a calling card for you to pick the packages up at the local post office or to contact them to arrange a delivery time which is suitable for you.

I have been advised by the Bank that your passphrase has also been sent via first class post, so you should have received that today. If you open the files in your secure inbox and save these to your computer, this will create room and the Bank can then arrange for the remaining files to be sent via email.

We note that the Bank's defence is due 13 May 2019. We have requested that you discontinue your claim and you have agreed so long as you receive the data. Please can you confirm whether you are willing to discontinue prior to this?

If you are not agreeable to discontinuing having not received the data, pursuant to CPR 15.5, the parties are able to agree an extension of up to 28 days for filing a defence. Please confirm whether you are willing to consent to an extension of 14 days. We do not consider that it is proportionate in the interests of time and costs for the Bank to file a defence where the matter can be resolved without formal court involvement. If you are agreeable, I will notify the Court immediately.

Kind regards
Nice solicitor

 

 

I replied:

 

Dear Nice Solicitor,.,

I am at work at the moment and not at home. I will pick up the packages this evening and if everything is in order I will happily discontinue the case. 


Thanks for your help.
Best wishes,

tnook

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interesting to see if you open the copy encrypted I use many a tool and not one opened any, hard copy after numerous interventions by ICO


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Update: Didn't get the letters sent by post, missed the post office closing. Have accessed the secure online area and read the documents.

 

Not good. Basically it looks like they have just run a GDPR request again. They even wrote in the covering letter they are sending the data again. Again they say they can't find older statements.

 

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