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i sent the letter for the Data Protection Act on monday the 24th of april, i dont have all my statements, but from the ones i do have i think the total amount to be around 3k. So i think the full amount to be around 4k... but we will see

 

the company i used to work for where allways late payers hence the massive amount of charges....

 

has anyone actually lost a claim yet?

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Yes one.


Alan, Derby, UK.

 

 

 

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and roughly how many have won..

 

and how come they actually lost

 

cheers for the help

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Have a read round the various forum's and the FAQ's - you will fidn answers to all your questions, and you will learn about the processes involved. The case in question is in the Nat West forum, and it will be clear from that what happened and why.


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dpa sent on the 24th of april, they have recieved it as i sent it by recorded and have a sig.... so my question is . should i have had a letter back by now or will they hang it out the whole 40 days

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I'v known banks send on the 38th day - some sooner. There is no specific answer mate. Be patient - they will come!:)

 

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got my bank statements through today ... been through them and worked out the amount to be £3471.16....

 

letter will go off first thing in the morning

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sent the letter this morning.....have they got 14 days from now to reply

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Received a letter this morning for an offer of £250....what a joke!!

Do I send a letter back now saying this offer is not acceptable and that the time is ticking and that I am still seeking the full amount, or words to that effect? Or..... Do I wait for the deadline which is Wednesday 31st May before sending the next letter? (It will be the last one before court).

 

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hi you can write and say you will not accept if you like. i just wait til 14 days was up and sent the next letter, couldn't be bothered to reply as i thought it was a joke considering the amount i was asking for back but do what you feel is best for you. good luck

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Received a letter this morning for an offer of £250....what a joke!!

Do I send a letter back now saying this offer is not acceptable and that the time is ticking and that I am still seeking the full amount, or words to that effect? Or..... Do I wait for the deadline which is Wednesday 31st May before sending the next letter? (It will be the last one before court).

 

Cheers,

Mark

 

I would combine the two.


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money claim form done today.. just waiting to hear now?

 

assuming they do the norm how long will it be till they pay out?

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right guys a couple of questions..

 

i filled out the moneyclaim form last night .

 

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Your claim request has been accepted. The Defendant has 14 days from the date they are served with the claim, to reply.

is that 14 days from todays date...

 

what happens when they reply?.

how long will they get after that?

what happens now and what do i do?

 

many thanks mark

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You will get confirmation by post about the claim being served. It's 14 days from the date of being served that they need to Acknowledge the claim. They then have another 14 days to submit a defence.

 

Just sit tight, you don't need to do anything else yet.


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recieved my letter its deemed to be served on the 27th of june so i make that they have until the 11th of july to reply...

 

what normally happens at this stage...

 

i.e what will the bank do?

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If history on here is anything to go by they will :

 

(1) acknowledge the claim

(2) say they're going to defend it

(3) settle

 

Hang on in there - shouldn't be long :)


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p.s. - Have we got your claim details for the Litigation in Progress section?


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nope... i will see if i can do that now

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it has been acknowledged. so 26 days to go (hopefully)

 

not heard a thing so far from halifax since the first offer after my first letter

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hi guys... im worrying a little now that the whole thing is going wrong because i didnt do my calculations correct... i originally stated i was claiming back £3499.78 in my previous letters to the bank and in moneyclaim.. i have recently been through everything again.. just incase i have to go to court and have found out that amount to be wrong the actuall amount is £3497.79. will this be a problem... i could say i was claiming for the two recorded letters i sent them . they cost a pound each

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yeah it was served on the 27th and acknowlegded on the 28th

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I cannot see them going to court over this - if they notice the difference they will simply settle at the correct figure.

 

You can expect a settlement to reach your account any day soon, if recent events are anything to go by!


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i hope so. could do with the cash... not heard anything yet...

 

im just too damn impatient lol

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had an offer this morning via post for 697 pounds- erm no 14 days before the end of the 28 (in the moneyclaim section)

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