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sounds like theyre stalling! they do say theyve got so long to respond tho but you go by your own timetable, go ahead with your claim on monday as planned. not your fault theyre incompetent Diane x


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I have got a question before I send off my moneyclaim tomorrow,I have been sending my letters to head office,do I put defendant as my local branch or head office.

I see most people have put local branch,but that is when they have sent letters to there local branch.confused !!!!! just dont want to mess it up now.

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where is helen savage based? i'm not certain but i think head office. although i think ive seen on here that it should be local branch, sorry i cant be more helpful. charles bacon is the solicitor at HO


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money claim went off late yesterday,slightly later than planned,(been very busy) my other bank account is up and running so now we just wait.

I will keep you all updated,jools

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best of luck my friend


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I have checked on moneyclaim site and claim has been accepted 14/6/06 so 14 days from yesterday, will I hear soon I wonder. :rolleyes: jools

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While I am waiting I am sorting out capital one,had a partial refund from them,now going for the rest.

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I'm like you i am chasing cap one also for charges, i was in credit then they charged a late payment fee which took me over the limit so got an overlimit fee so now ive been charged £80+ since january! Hope you hear soon from natiowide


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hi my letter to nationwide is ready to go but this thread has me confused.

 

do i A. send it to charles bacon head office

or B. my nationwide branch?? (if its my branch how do i address it properly, i know the address he he) :)

 

please help i was soooo close and now ive stumbled :(

 

please note its my `preliminary approad for repayment` im sending, i dont need to do dpa as i have my statements, ta.

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I sent mine to my branch who replied saying they'd forwarded it onto the area office. It was the area office who I got all my 'bog off' letters from and to whom I have just issued court proceedings :)


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hhmmmmn so is the morale of that send it to my branch, or head office?? :)

 

i think you just tied another knot in my brain :p

 

who at your branchdid you mail it to?

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I sent both my prelim letter and letter before action to head office,charles bacon when it came to my moneyclaim I have given defendant as being my local branch but sent fax to head office stating that I have now commenced action. all letters that you send to your local branch will be forwarded to head office anyway so I dont think it really matters. jools

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Hi there, I to have been running through this site and I come across your first thread. We have been in exacactly the same position. My partner 'tried' so very hard to be a sole trader but the bank made it impossible from day 1.

 

No overdraft facility at all and no leway, it was there way or no way. We began to think if they could have the shirt off his back then they would take it.

 

I could wallpaper 2 rooms with the amount of paperwork for charges they have sent us over the years but they don't care who goes down and who they make money out of it is usually the small person they chase and make life miserable as i was once told you are only 'a little fish in a big pond'.

 

They have left us high and dry on many an occasions with no money due to the charges superseding any monies left in the account.

 

Fortunately he has been employed for the last year but I shall never forgive them for the misery they put us through during those bleak years.

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cheers jools

 

i think ill go with head office

 

thanks for your help

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Hi battyboo

 

Are you claiming your charges back or was it more than 6 yrs ago,its feels so good to be able to do something about it and not just stand back and watch them take hard earned money. bit nerve racking now but knowing you are all in the background helping us along makes a big difference. AND I WILL WIN.

thanks for the incouragement, jools

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we are as always right behind you all the way!!! keep us posted :)


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Hi Sunnyjools, thanks for your response much appreciated. No the self-employement started approximately 6 yrs ago (obviously will get exact dates) which to me seems a good place to start.

 

Can you tell me if you have to go through 6yrs worth of bank statements or does the first letter do it all for you in requesting suchlike?

 

All the posts I have read are very heartwarming and so pleased that people are achieving what we all thought to be the impossible.

 

Thanks for now.

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Help please, my moneyclaim is still saying issued on the 14 june, still doesn't say deemed served,have I done something wrong? I know they have 14 days but I was expecting some response by now.

 

14 days up on the 27 june - 8 days and counting

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hey jools, anything? ive heard nothing, you done your online claim yet? i having a few probs with accessing spreadsheet so i have read around here and i think the 8% interest i'm owed something like £62.92 or is it (yippee if it is) £629.29? i had the first charge 5 yrs ago and i am claiming £1567.37 does this sound right to you? Diane:confused:

 

Hi, I have just started a claim and sent the standard letter to them. They have sent me (eventually all the information i require) do i claim 8% interest for the charges for each year, or can i claim (8% x 6 years) if you know what i mean. where do you get the standard spreadsheet for claiming?

 

Regards,

 

Jon


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Leave the 8% off for the time being : only needed at Moneyclaim stage :)


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Ditto, jools if you're watching ive got my charges back from cap one £120 after sending lba! didnt have to go to court, great innit?:o


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Help please, my moneyclaim is still saying issued on the 14 june, still doesn't say deemed served,have I done something wrong? I know they have 14 days but I was expecting some response by now.

 

14 days up on the 27 june - 8 days and counting

 

Jools, have you got your copy through the post - it says on there when it was deemed served. I got mine a couple of days after and we filed on same day....it was deemed served on 20th, 4th July to respond by.


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Jools, i got my money back!!!


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