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I have almost completed the whole claims process I never heard once from the HSBC despite the letters I sent to them. I am making two claims for two different accounts against them. I have registered with MCOL and the 28 day deadline is up on the 20th December.


Yesterday I got a letter from the bank offering me a little under half of the claimed amount as a full and final settlement for the 1st account I am claiming for, I have sent a letter today refusing it. But today I got a letter from their solicitors (DG) who have asking for a breakdown of the amount I am claiming for the second account. Are they trying to scare me, delay the process or am I going to court??? Also should I send them the details or tell them that their clients have two copies and to contact them???


Watch me be the first to go to court!!



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Hello Blanche welcome to the site.

You have done ok up to now.

Send them a schedule reminding them that their clients have already had copies but for clarification you send them another copy.

Start a thread in HSBC too.

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