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im putting a money claim in online but for some reason it wont accept it?? its less then 1080 letters? anyone help please?

this is what i put

1.Between the dates of 22/08/2002 the

Defendant applied numerous default charges to

the Claimants bank account.

 

2.The charges applied constitute an unfair

penalty under the Unfair Terms in Consumer

Contracts Regulations.

The amount charged does not reflect the cost

of the breach.

 

3.Under the law of penalties, the charges

are an unlawful extravagant penalty.

 

4.Under the County Courts Act 1984, the

claimant is entitled to interest at a rate of

8% per annum from the date they were

first

deprived of the money to the date of this

claim. This amounts to a total sum of 706.53,

continuing to accrue at the statutory daily

rate of 0.021% until judgment or earlier payment.

 

5.The Claimant therefore asks the court to

enter judgment in their favour for the sum of

3474.12 plus interest, amounting to a total

of 4180.65

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its now saying . . .

 

Due to a technical error you cannot submit your form at this time.

Please select the Claim menu button to go to the claim menu to try again or contact the Customer Help Desk.

does that mean ill have to wait, as there is something wrong with the site or shall i just do it the other way and take n1 forms to local court?

Any help or advice would be great.

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