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finally found it thanks to natty 4 ur help will keep you informed of our progress have done spreadsheet but need to amend as charges and service fee were lumped together! s till not sure about interrest can't get my head round how to work it out . any advice would be appreciated.

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Hi Elliesnan.

 

If you use the spreadsheet template it will calculate the interest for you.

 

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Good luck with your claim.

 

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Yes that is the recommended version. Just work you way through it.

My advice has hardly any legal foundation whatsoever, however you never know it it might just work!

:cool:

 

NatWest Prelim 07.10.206

LBA 21.10.2006

MCOL 30.10.2006

Acknowledgment of Service 06.11.2006

Offer of approx 50% £2200.00 22.11.2006

Full settlement £4500 received 03.01.2007

Smile settled in full

Barclaycard settled in full

RBS Worldwide settled in full

Lloyds TSB settled in full £750.00

Lloyds TSB settled in Full £275.00 11.04.2007

Lloyds TSB business account £1376.00 AQ filed

Lloyds TSB Business account settled in full 21.05.07

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Sorry but l have had a look and have no idea what lm supposed to be doing so im going back to my original course of action which is just to send them a list of the charges they have levied on us and ask for them back. l'm sure the spreadsheet is easy but not if you don't understand what you're supposed to do!

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OK, try this go to the CAG home page, click the on-line interest calculator, and this will work out the simple interest. Very straightforward..

Good luck.

My advice has hardly any legal foundation whatsoever, however you never know it it might just work!

:cool:

 

NatWest Prelim 07.10.206

LBA 21.10.2006

MCOL 30.10.2006

Acknowledgment of Service 06.11.2006

Offer of approx 50% £2200.00 22.11.2006

Full settlement £4500 received 03.01.2007

Smile settled in full

Barclaycard settled in full

RBS Worldwide settled in full

Lloyds TSB settled in full £750.00

Lloyds TSB settled in Full £275.00 11.04.2007

Lloyds TSB business account £1376.00 AQ filed

Lloyds TSB Business account settled in full 21.05.07

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I thought i'd posted reply so i'll do it again Can't understand what i'm supposed to be doing with the spreadsheet sorry complete dummy! So going back to original idea of just claiming back my charges feel safer with that route.

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that google site a complete nightmare wont let me save anything kept cutting out gonna have to do spreadsheet by hand thinking of packing it in and not bothering need cheering up very badly!!!

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Have you prepared a schedule of your charges? Date incurred, amount and description of penalty? Once you have this information in chronological order, then it all becomes clearer. Essentially you are claiming the charges and the interest incurred on the charges.

The on line calculator on the home page does it all for you, but not contractual interest. If you want to do that go to Vampiress site and have a practice. Now remember the old adage. GIGO. Garbage in garbage out, so get it right.

Hope this helps in a non-patronizing way.

 

If so you can start your claim.

My advice has hardly any legal foundation whatsoever, however you never know it it might just work!

:cool:

 

NatWest Prelim 07.10.206

LBA 21.10.2006

MCOL 30.10.2006

Acknowledgment of Service 06.11.2006

Offer of approx 50% £2200.00 22.11.2006

Full settlement £4500 received 03.01.2007

Smile settled in full

Barclaycard settled in full

RBS Worldwide settled in full

Lloyds TSB settled in full £750.00

Lloyds TSB settled in Full £275.00 11.04.2007

Lloyds TSB business account £1376.00 AQ filed

Lloyds TSB Business account settled in full 21.05.07

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I think that you dont realise how much the interest over 6 years adds up too. Just look at the amount of interest the bank has charged you,it does seem a shame to not claim it,perhaps you should try again to get it right. :-x As long as you are methodical with what you do its quite straitforward. Keep trying or ask someone else in the family how its done.

For me its usually my grandchildren who show me!

If You are on benefits you must read this

 

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Certain benefit to be inalienable **

 

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(a)benefit as defined in section 122 of the Contributions and Benefits Act;

(b)any income-related benefit; or

©child benefit,

and every agreement to assign or charge such benefit shall be void; and, on the bankruptcy of the beneficiary, such benefit shall not pass to any trustee or other person acting on behalf of his creditors

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thanks john but l spent most of yesterday trying to get my head round it just do not understand it!anyway letter gone off they owe us £5531 so if we get that back we'll be well pleased L can imagine the interest would be a great deal but if l cant do it so be it not computer literate enough

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Even if you are not claimng contractual interest, once you file at court you can claim s69 8% interest and on £5000+ could add several hundred pounds. The spreadsheet for this is pretty straightforward and worth having a go at.

 

Use the Simple S/S here:

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/182-interest-calculation-spreadsheets.html

and guide here:

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/barclays-bcard-woolwich-successes/7226-maisielou-barclays.html#post50088

 

Overwrite the existing examples type of charge, amount and date.

 

The days since and 8% will be calculated automatically

 

Save it (for use later at court), then delete/hide the last 2 columns (8% bits) and print out as your schedule of charges.

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thankyou lm assuming l just add the 8% on to my final figure of5531 l hope so cause if its any more complicated than that l'm in deeps**!

 

You're going to need waders then!!!! lol

You have to calculate each charge from the date it was incurred to the date you file a claim.If you have 40 charges, you need to make 40 separate calculations.

 

The Simple S/S in the link above does that.

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so every charge they have made l add 8% to it then get total?

No that's the same as adding 8% to the total of your charges.

Each calculation is different.

A £20 charge made 6 years ago (say 2100 days ago) will attract interest of £9.64.

A £20 charge made 3 months ago ( say 90 days ago ) will be £0.40p

 

That's why you need the spreadsheet, since you only need to enter the type of charge, the amount and the date of that charge. The spreadsheet will automatically calculate the number of days since that charge was incurred and work out the 8% on that charge.

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