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I've sent my first two letters to Lloyds and had no response from them at all.

Does anyone know who I should contact to find out if they've received the letters? Has anyone else had the same problem?

Could this be a delaying tactic?

Thanks all :confused:

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LLoyds are like that- they are really quite ignorant! They have given the court two different addresses to send the court info to. The Andover address seems to be the one to use (at the moment) and I have also been directed to send my stuff to SC&M - so I am sending to both places!

Lloyds really like to make things as difficult as possible, In the hope you will give up! Just stick to your own timetable and keep going!

I recommend the stick on Consumer Action Group Labels on correspondence with them - then they know you mean business..good luck


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this a quick point. if you send all your letters recorded delivery you can use track and trace on royal mail's website to find out if they have been deliverd. if they have and theirs no responce then make sure you print of their signture(stamp) to use in your court bundle, if it gets that far.

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Good point! Although lately I have heard rumours of Lloyds saying that the recipient is unavailable to sign for the letter. Therefore, best sending the letter to just Lloyds and not to an individual.

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