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Just followed my directions and the customer relations address isn't in there!

 

Either use one of the ones in the contact thread or use this one (I used this one):

 

Customer Relations Manager

The Royal Bank of Scotland plc

Freepost

PO Box 1727

Edinburgh

EH12 9JN


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Just followed my directions and the customer relations address isn't in there!

 

Either use one of the ones in the contact thread or use this one (I used this one):

 

Ok thanks - think I'm going to email it direct.


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Just emailed my Prelim and spreadsheets.

 

Also just posted hard copies by special delivery.

 

The waiting begins...... :)


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OK

 

Nothing heard back after Prelim letter - I have proof of delivery PLUS a 'read receipt' for the email copy.

 

So, LBA posted and emailed today....

 

Just to check - the address I'm using is..

 

Customer Relations Manager

The Royal Bank of Scotland plc

Freepost

PO Box 1727

Edinburgh

EH12 9JN

That correct???


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7 days gone and no reply to the LBA.

 

I want to do some reading on Court Action - getting prepared to serve papers on RBS, can someone point me to a relevant section on here? Had a look around but can't seem to find anything.

 

Thanks


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EB, go to the guidance notes forum.


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EB, go to the guidance notes forum.

All I can see in that forum is advice on going to court, not how to instigate proceedings.

 

Do I need to buy The Small Claims Kit??


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Thanks - will have a look


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Sorry, only skimmed your question....


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Sorry, only skimmed your question....

no worries mate.


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I know I'm getting slightly ahead of myself here, but I really want to plan for issuing court proceedings against RBS.

 

What are the pro's / cons in using MCOL to issue proceedings, instead of using my local court?

 

Also, my claim is for £4k, but that's split between 2 accounts (1 is £3,300 the other £700). However, when I add the 8% on they become £4,100 and £800, almost £5k. Should I make to seperate claims to court or keep it all bundled together?


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MCOL is pants, use traditional N1. MCOL has limitations on the amount of text and you cannot attach your charge schedule.

 

For ease (and to reduce court fees) I would combine the claims as you are still under the £5K to the small claim track and vice versa.

 

In the AQ ensure that you request allocation to the small claims if the legal costs exposure issue concerns you.

 

I presume both claims are in the same name and are both personal (not business) accounts.


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MCOL is pants, use traditional N1. MCOL has limitations on the amount of text and you cannot attach your charge schedule.

 

For ease (and to reduce court fees) I would combine the claims as you are still under the £5K to the small claim track and vice versa.

 

In the AQ ensure that you request allocation to the small claims if the legal costs exposure issue concerns you.

 

I presume both claims are in the same name and are both personal (not business) accounts.

Yes - both are personal accounts in my name (and my wife's).

 

Which begs another question, am I ok filing just under my name when the account is joint?


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Yes you are okay claiming on a joint account, providing you have authority to sign cheques etc on your own.

 

Do state on the POC that one account is in joint names.


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If I remember rightly EB, the limit is without the 8%. So you would basically be worrying bout the total amount net of interest (£4k) a long way off the limit but as Guido has said this above I guess you could still possibly be moved out of the small claims arena.


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T4FF is quiet right the


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Just having fun filling the N1 out....

 

What address do I put in the Defendant section?

 

Also - when I enter my total claiming, do I include the interest charged on my OD or do I list that seperately?


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GlennUK did....

 

Livelylad and mcuth are getting there. Not really sure of others off the top of my head.


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RBS CA1 £2794 SETTLED!!! RBS CA2 £503 SETTLED!!! HBOS CC £498 SETTLED!!! Barclaycard £705 (with CCI) ONGOING!!! NATWEST CA ONGOING!!! LLOYDS CA x 2, CC, LOAN ONGOING!!! HFC LOAN ONGOING!!!

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Ok I want to fill out my N1 and post it on here, for people to check - but at the top of the N1 it tells me not to do this on here, help???


Request for statements sent 1/2/07

 

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Prelim emailed and posted 15/02/07

Prelim email received 15/02/2007

Prelim letter signed for 16/02/2007

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Ask questions on points you are unsure of on your thread. If you are really concerned PM me and I will take a look at it.

 

Use this address for Defendant:

Lloyds TSB Bank Plc

25 Gresham Street

London

EC2V 7HN


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Ask questions on points you are unsure of on your thread. If you are really concerned PM me and I will take a look at it.

 

Use this address for Defendant:

Lloyds TSB Bank Plc

25 Gresham Street

London

EC2V 7HN

 

Essix Blue v RBS???

 

:confused: :grin: :confused:


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RBS CA1 £2794 SETTLED!!! RBS CA2 £503 SETTLED!!! HBOS CC £498 SETTLED!!! Barclaycard £705 (with CCI) ONGOING!!! NATWEST CA ONGOING!!! LLOYDS CA x 2, CC, LOAN ONGOING!!! HFC LOAN ONGOING!!!

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I apologise, no excuse but I answered this question on the Lloyds forum earlier.


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Ask questions on points you are unsure of on your thread. If you are really concerned PM me and I will take a look at it.

Ok - so when I've completed it, how can I get someone to proof read it for me?


Request for statements sent 1/2/07

 

Statements received 10/02/07

 

Prelim emailed and posted 15/02/07

Prelim email received 15/02/2007

Prelim letter signed for 16/02/2007

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