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:confused: I am claiming against the Norwich and Peterbourgh. All letters are sent and been replied to and court papers in!

The problem I have is that they have phone me today saying if i withdraw my claim today!!! They will pay money they are refunding in to the account within 7days so that i have the money before they close the account. What do i do do i with draw the claim today? Or do I say you pay the money in then I will withdraw the claim! HELP HELP.

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Personally, I would not withdraw the claim until I had cleared funds in my hands. I would ring them back and advise them that once you have receved the full amount including costs and interest, you will be happy to ask the court to withdraw the claim.


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Hello

 

You should not stop the court process until you have the cleared funds in your account. Also why are they closing your account?. This is seen as retaliatory action which is against the banking code of practice. You could mention this to them that they will be reported if they do this. Did you open a parachute account with anyone else?.

 

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Yes i have opened a parachute account i did mention that this is classed as retaliatory action which is against the banking code of practice, and was told that as i do not agree with there terms and conditions they have a right to close it they are willing to let me keep my account if i accept a 50% offer lol dont think so I want it all.

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hey that,s good news charm :D ,glad you got another account sorted .wait till the funds have cleared though before calling off your action:)

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Ok i stalked the postman not bad he turned up at 9.32am saturday the 6th january 2007. must be his new years resalution to get his butt out of bed early as he dont usually dont come till 1pm ish!!! This is what the letter said.

 

Dear mrs ******

 

I am writting to confirm the details of our telephone conversations on the 5th january 2007.

 

YOu informed me that you would not be willing to withdraw the claim untill you have recived the ex-gratia payment as cleared funds in to your account.

 

Purely so as not to prolong a resolution to your complaint the society agrees to make an ex-gratia payment to you prior to you withdrawing the claim,provided that we receive your sighned acceptance agreeing to withdraw your claim immediately cleared funds are recived. such payment would be without addmission by the society.

 

yours sincerely

susan price

 

 

Then on back of letter it ask me to sign agree for payment to go in to my account. ( let me think about that one mmmmmm its my money i think i agree lol)

 

This letter was back in the post special delivery by 10.30am on same day.

 

So lets see how quick they put the payment in to account as they are quick enough to take it out lol.:grin:

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