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Hi all


I've been out of the loop for a few months and after my succesful claim against HSBC, I am now targetting a few other institutions! I need to send a prem letter to GE Money, are there any templates for these or shall I utilise the bank ones?:-|


Thanks for your help

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I used the bank letter and amended the bits that didn't apply.:)

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Just subscribing to the thread- is there another GE Capital Woodchested thread anywhere that I should be keeping an eye on? Just sucessfully claimed against Lloyds so thought I would have a pop at GE Capital while I'm in the mood ...

The story so far...

28-2-07 Copy statements requested

10-3-07 (Partial) Copy statements arrived

13-3-07 Prelim request for refund posted (recorded delivery)

19-3-07 Royal mail finally get round to deliving Prelim letter :mad::???:

01-05-07 First 'sod off' letter received from Lloyds

4-05-07 LBA sent out

Nasty Lloyds couldn't bother to respond so....

25-5-07 MCOL submitted

30-5-07 Claim issued

27-6-07 Defence filed

09-07-07 Lloyds Solicitors offer to settle (albeit with incorrect interest figure)

16-7-07 Letter to Lloyds sols refusing incorrect figure but agreeing to settle with correct figure

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Watch out for GE Capital.


I pursued them for bank charges, got the pile of indecipherable statements, and they offered to write off the outstanding amount owed instead (which was probably about the same) I called them to clarify I owed nothing more, and they confirmed that both accounts were settled.


This was December. Got a copy of my credit report and find a default of £345 in December marked gone away with no address!!! How poor is that? I've since written to them to have the default removed but the usual "wrong department" shuffle has been going on. they are now out of time to respond so I'm escalating it.

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GE Capital Bank Limited

PO Box 700


LS99 2BD


GE Money/GE Servicing/I Group

(can sometimes not be obvious)

'rise like lions after slumber, in unvanquishable number, shake your chains to the earth like dew, which in sleep had fall'n on you, ye are many, they are few.' Percy Byshse Shelly 1819

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Yes - First National is GE Money

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I have a Debenhams card and I need to write to them regards a change of address, I know these are owned by GE also, does anybody know the address I need to write to please, any help would be much appreciated.


I know calling them would be easier but 'I don't do phones' I don't like to talk to companys over the phone no matter what it is regards.


Thanks for any help.

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Hi I'm searching for an address for GE Capital Motor Finance ... can anyone help? I searched without success so far, thanks!

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