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hotorwot V Lloyds TSB ###won###

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Well here goes!

Using my on-line statement I was able to go back 4 years and added up my charges as £2529 +£350.55 interest.

23/11/06 Ist letter sent bank HQ.

05/12/06 1st sod-off letter from bank

12/12/06 2nd letter threatening court proceedings sent to bank

20/12/06 Reply from bank agreeing on this occasion to reduce the charges by repaying me £750

04/1/07 3rd letter to bank thanking them for the partial refund of £750

and giving them 14 days to pay the balance or court proceedings will commence.

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good luck at court stages, not that you will need it.

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thanks for that,reassurance is always welcome.

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Having scraped together £120 for my court fee,things are up and running at last.My claim has been transferred to my local court,Mansfield,with a date of 24th August.The AQ has been dispensed with but I have to pay a further £100 allocation fee by 12th August.

Should I pay this now or leave it till the last minute hoping LTSB will settle early?

Also I have until the 11th August (28 days after service of the order)to send in my bundle to the court and LTSB.

Do I send the one to LTSB soonest and the court's later?

Please can someone send me a T&C copy (as early as pos.say1997 'ish)?

Thanks

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Won!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LTSB HAVE SETTLED MY CLAIM!

££2879.55 +£350.55 interest+£220 Court fees!

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Excellent news - well done!

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congratulations, did they send u a letter or just settle


 

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Sent a letter quite out of the blue.Still can't believe it

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Nice work, let us know when you have been paid and we will get your thread title changed.

 

There is a letter in the link below to inform the Court of settlement, once you have received payment.

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/show-post/post-487345.html

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Hi Graham thats great news and bet you feel great now.

Didnt take too long really did it, 6 months.:D

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Hi all,payment paid into my account Monday 9/7,(For your info GuidoT)Sending letter to court today and paying a grateful donation to the site

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Nice work, thank you for the donation (pledge).


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And don't forget to fill out the survey

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Congratulations!

 

 

Crusher :grin:

 

 

Oh, and a massive big thank you for the donation!

 

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Well done for winning I think we have just won as well. Lloyds solicitors sent out two letters both received on same day. One said they were definitely defending claim and the second said that they would be paying £5000 plus £270 court fees plus interest. We had to sign and send it back to accept but they told us we couldn't discuss with anyone or show letter to anyone especially the court. We received that last Friday how long do you think we will have to wait for payment?

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Might be best to start your own thread geri53 - congratulations on your win however - shame you agreed to their settlement terms - especially confidentiality.

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Hi ,geri53 ,Congratulations.

I had the same two letters and I thought they had changed their minds!

I took 9 days from the date of their offer letter till it appeared in my account.Start

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Hi ,geri53 ,Congratulations.

I had the same two letters and I thought they had changed their minds!

I took 9 days from the date of their offer letter till it appeared in my account.Start your countdown!

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Hi Graham.lane thanks for your support, we are still a bit worried because in their offer letter they told us we had to make an appointment to see if the bank could help us with nthe account. We got caught once about 3 years ago and they turned everything into a huge loan, so if we dont make an appt will they stop the payment to us.:mad:

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Hi geri,

I've read quite a few threads where the offer includes popping into their local branch for an "account review"; In all cases I've read, the local manager hasn't the faintest idea what you want & you're dead right, the main purpose of these "reviews" is to flog us loans we neither want nor need.

 

The advice I've seen in here is to send the acceptance back, accept the offer & cross out the "strings". You'll get what's due to you with NO conditions.

 

Congratulations by the way :D

 

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The general concensus of opinion in this forum is to ignore this request and any of the conditions they stipulate in there offer letter.


Come on the mighty reds!!!!!!

 

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Hi Geri,I agree with previous comments.Get your money back and enjoy!

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