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Claim made again Lloyds TSB Select Account - Charges Claimed £850 in respect of Unauthorised Overdraft and Returned Direct Debit Charges.

1) Prelim Letter sent 01/09/06

2) Usual Rejection Letter from TSB received 09/09/06

3) LBA sent 09/09/06

4) Usual Letter from TSB received 14/09/06 .. this is our final decision etc.

5) Summons issued 15/09/06

6) Acknowledgement by TSB filed 29/09/06

7) Usual Defence received 09/10/06

8) Allocation Questionnaire Completed 17/10/06

I am now at the stage where I have received directions from the Court that a "pre-trial" review will take place at a date to be confirmed. A time of 10 minutes has been allowed.

Has anyone else had directions from the Court for a "pre-trial" review? If so, what is likely to happen?

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I am now at the stage where I have received directions from the Court that a "pre-trial" review will take place at a date to be confirmed. A time of 10 minutes has been allowed.

 

Has anyone else had directions from the Court for a "pre-trial" review? If so, what is likely to happen?

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Hi Mooreda - this sounds like my situation. I received a notice of a pre-trial review (but 15 minutes mind you!) in February - there was no allocation questionnaire and no directions really, other than to turn up. We rang the court who couldn't say much more, but at least confirmed that the judge had decided to NOT send out an AQ. Did you get an AQ?

 

:) Garyh has been really helpful :) - so whilst waiting for the court date, i've written to SC&M proposing that we agree (at the court pre-trial hearing) that it should go to small claims court and that they should provide all their evidence (tee hee) within 28 days. I gave them until tomorrow to respond, and then i guess i start hassling them again. My thread has more info and is at:

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloyds-bank/40192-maryt-lloyds-trying-get.html

 

I supppose my one big fear is that the judge here wants to do something really fancy and i'll be put on the spot (this is just complete imagination really!) - but then i realise that justice demands lloyds also would have to be grilled - and that can't be what lloyds want so that's why they settle - and they are still settling before court dates as far as I can see.

 

HTH - I'll keep my thread updated - let us all know how your case goes too!

kind regards to all, maryt

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13/2/07 - full settlement from Lloyds TSB

14/2/07 - 5% (rounded up!) to CAG - THANKS!

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I received pre - trial notice on mine and my sons, both claims were settled in the 4th week before.

I hope you also have a good result, but hold tight your court date may never come ;) you are now sat in the void were the bank likes you to be .

 

But! they don't like to be in court.

 

BL:)

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Hi Mooreda - any developments?

 

SCM have not replied to my fax/letter about directions, haven't managed to call them up yet, so not much to report from me.

kind regards to all, maryt

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13/2/07 - full settlement from Lloyds TSB

14/2/07 - 5% (rounded up!) to CAG - THANKS!

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