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Hi,

Please can someone point me in the right direction. I can't seem to find a template letter for rejecting my bank's offer, but saying if they pay in full before court I won't charge them interest.

 

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Thanks guys!

 

What I want to try and do is when it comes to asking for my money back is to send the letter based on the amount due PLUS interest, because I want to use this a negotiation tool (i negotiate as part of my job). So when they come back with a partial offer I can then say "well, if you pay up the full amount before court you won't have to pay the interest". I have seen the letter somewhere but I can't remember where! It's slightly different from the rejection of settlement letter.

 

any ideas?

 

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