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Urgent help: I have made errors and I'm at Allocation Questionnaire stage


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I initiated my case using Money claim online. Barclays have lodged their defence and now I must complete the allocation questionnaire by next Monday, 15th Jan 2007.

However I have a few problems of my own making.

 

I tried to be clever and claim the contractual interest Barclays charged to my account. My argument was that I picked a point in time when the sum of unpaid referral charges on the account exceeded the current arranged overdraft limit (the current OD limit is the maximum it has ever been in the history of the account). This meant that as the account has not been allowed to go over the OD limit and unpaid charges accrued on the account over a 6 year period exceed the current OD then all monthly interest charged by Barclays after this point is unfair in my view as it was against their illegal charges.

 

1) My dilemma is that one of the charges was more than 6 years old meaning that I have to readjust the point in time from when I can start claiming interest in accordance with my argument. It would only mean knocking off one month's interest charge of £4.99.

 

2) As you've probably gathered from 1) I also need to knock off a single unpaid referral charge as it was more than 6 years old.

 

3) I claimed Statutory interest at 8% from the point of issuing the claim on Money claim on line, 27th November 2006, rather than from the statutory interest on each individual charge made to the account. I know this sounds stupid now but this is what a so called solicitor advised me to do but when asking them further questions since submitting the claim they've turned round to me to say they don't know anything about civil cases.

 

What can I do to unravel this muddle I have created for myself. The claim is for Charges £1510, Contractual interest £153.19 and Statutory interest of £4.01 accruing at 36 Pence per day.

 

Do I write a letter to Barclays to include a new schedule dropping the charge more than 6 years old and drop the contractual interest as this is causing too much confusion for the sake of £153. Can I do this if I'm at the stage of having to complete the Allocation Questionnaire or is it too late. I presume its to late to generate the Statutory interest from the start of the charges.

 

I know I've been stupid but please can you help asap as I need to act quickly.

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okeef - I would personally just let the case unravel of its own accord. You cannot submit an amended schedule at this stage, and I don't really see much point in it anyway...I'd proceed as normal and let Barclays decide on what they will and won't pay you. They will settle before a court hearing anyway, so if they offer you an amount you are willing to accept (less any contractual interest/old charges) that you're happy with, then take it. You may get lucky in that they settle the whole amount without question. I personally wouldn't rock the boat at this stage as it will probably highlight incompetence, and you don't want to give Barclays any room for bullying/delay tactics.

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Bit of a mucking fuddle!!! But I agree, the simplest course of action is to let it go ahead as is. You can't claim contractual as well as s69 8%, only one or the other and Barclays may pick up on this. But at the end of the day they will settle rather than risk going to court.

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