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Letter of claim received today, any advice on constructing a reply welcomed

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one of the snotty/insulting letter sent to gladstones will do

plenty here already.

 

post it up 1st mind


please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

 

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i hate to ask, but would someone mind linking to a suitable letter, i have looked through lots of threads but not sure i have found a letter i can use

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just type in 'gladstone Letter of claim

in our custom goggle search box that comes up after hitting our top squares logo

 

plenty of example of the snotty/insulting reply to send

 

dx


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4 minutes ago, honeybee13 said:

...or search for letters starting 'Dear Will and John' and adapt one to your particular case.

 

https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/search/?q="dear will and john"&updated_after=any&sortby=relevancy

 

HB

thank you,

looking through them they strike me as very similar to the previous text ericsbrother advised i send them so i'm thinking i reuse that response especially as they have taken to addressing me as Ms again 

 

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Dear Sirs,

as the world's second best parking company lawyers you must know that for someone to owe your client money there must be a breach of the unilateral contract's advertised terms and there was not.

 

Your client painting yellow lines all over the place after the event and pretending they were there at the time of the event doesn't create a contract, it is merely misrepresentation.

 

I'm sure that you  advise your client they are wasting their money even if it means no payday for you as you lose them the court claim should they continue with this folly.

 

By the way I have self identified as a man so stop calling me Ms or I shall seek opinion on whether your distressing salutation is gender discrimination that is actionable

 

 

 

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I like the bit about gender discrimination. :lol: 

 

HB


Illegitimi non carborundum

 

 

 

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do i need to fill in the forms that came with the Letter of claim?

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No I wouldn't do that just send the letter, filling in "Their" Forms just encourages them into thinking that if they issue a Claimfoirm, someone will wet themselves and pay up, as the forms are designed to trap you and try to mitigate the "offence" which is merely an attempt to ground a breach of an alleged contract.


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