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Hi

 

Like all the updates to the site, only problem is I'm not sure how to use the interest calculator and can't seem to find any guides.

 

Sorry for being thick, but any help would be appreciated.

 

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You could try using the spreadsheet at this link: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=182

 

If you don't have Excel, you could use Open Office, a free alternative to MS Office, by clicking this link: http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=2004

 

If you opt for Open Office, PM me with an email address and I will send you a working spreadsheet in Open Office format.

 

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Haven't got excel unfortunately and the open office says it's going to take over 5 hours to download, I'm on dial up so not ideal.

 

Any other suggestions or would it just be easier if I go out and buy excel?

 

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Hi there!

 

Just sorting out the claims. I'll be making two.

 

I have a question regarding the interest. Do you have to work out the interest due for each charge made? i.e. One charge made 5/10/01 £30 incurred x interest and one made 6/11/02 incurred y amount? And then add it all up?

 

If not how do you do it?

 

Sorry if this sounds stupid!

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