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Hi, first time on this site but have been trying to claim charges from Barclays since August 2006. So far no real problems, just dealing with each step hoping it will be the last but received notification from court today saying date has been set for 7th Feb. We are now getting a little bit nervous and although not prepared to back down, we're not really sure what to do if the date comes around and Barclays haven't settled.


Any advice on what is likely to happen if it actually goes to court?



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Hi Don you should feel happy...........I started mine with Barclays back in June or July and my hearing is not till March !!

Well you will be pleased to know that so far Barclays have setled 1000s of claims WITHOUT going to court.

As with all the others they simply will not face the threats of disclosure.

Although we do stress that you should be prepared for ALL eventualities,you should not be overly concerned,but to be safe make sure that you have a bundle of documents in situ in preparation.

You will undoubtably be aware that Barclays,unlike Halifax,take it to the 11th hour and always have done.

For a little more understanding on this have a look at some recently settled Barclays cases,where confidentiality agreements are not in place.

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Thanks martin,


what documents should we have ready? We've kept copies of all letters written by both parties and lists of charges and interest etc. but is there anything else we should have?



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