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my response is to tell you they will give you one of 3 responses to this letter and your next - the lba. either a fob off (we'll look into it, it will take about 6 years!, the sod off (we are confident we are right and you can go to hell) or no response. take your choice - our advice for all of them - just stick to your schedule! good luck, welcome to the forum!

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Hi all, thanks for your responses.

 

yes, sugaredhoney, i did receive a letter of acknowledgement from them today saying that they will look into it after they have completed with thier investigations (whatever!!). The letter was signed by a Colin Landale. Looks like a standard letter

 

You were very right, lateralus about their response.

 

But like everyone on this site, am not budging - am going all the way!!!

 

Thanks, will keep you all posted.

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Thanks Siena.

 

Another question, can you claim for £10 card mis-use charges as well??

 

please advise. Also how do you identify the monthly interest charged by HSBC on your statements?? I cant seem to find any.

 

thanks guys

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Hello,

 

I called HSBC today and was told that they had made me an offer of £237 less than i asked for.

 

Do i accept or negotiate with them to use that to clear my managed loan which has a balance of £199 or proceed to court???

 

I know if i decide to accept as part payment and proceed to court, i will get the 8% plus £120 court fee but...........

 

any ideas!!!!!

 

thanks:???: :???:

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well, if you think they will do that - i'd cut off my right toe to get out from under the m.l. i don't even have one(an m.l., not a right toe) - but i think they are the most ludicrous piece of money grubbing i've ever heard of! on that alone - i'd negotiate to get it written off. it sounds like you are not desparate for a bigger slice of the pie and just getting that finished with would, i'm sure, feel like a weight has been lifted. go with your instincts. and i'm sure others will advise you - probably to go ahead and file your claim.

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Hi agian,

 

Well, I called hsbc today and put forward my proposal.... and was told by the lady she did not have the authority to agree to what i was proposing and that I should wait for my letter to arrive and put my proposal in writing.......

 

I guess its MCOL then. their 14days will be up tomorrow (6/02)

 

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Hello all,

 

I guess I can now join in the "Success stories" list. I called HSBC this morning after receiving a second offer letter for about £169 less, and told them i would not be accepting, was put on hold and she came back with an offer for £85 less, which i accepted

 

How do i make a donation........and can a Mod please move my thread.

 

It now to the ever stubborn and heartless Barclays...............

 

Thanks for all your help and advice, this site ROCKS!!!!!!!!;) ;) ;)

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