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i have been looking at your site for the past few days, and it has been really helpful. My charges over the last five years add up to about £750. Do i add the 8 % interest or the 24.9% interest and should i put that in my 1st letter with my breakdown of charges.

Dont want to get it wrong and to be honest i am terrified at the prospect of it going to court but at the time i incurred the charges i had some really crap problems, Nationwide were charging me wevery month sometimes £150+ and offered no help at all in terms of managing my account.

Also i have three acounts that the charges apply to should i put the claims on all on one spreadsheet and expalin in the letter that they releate to three seperate accounts and give the account numbers?

 

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Hi diamond25!

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i have been looking at your and YOURS also (...it's a self-help forum btw!) site for the past few days, and it has been really helpful. My charges over the last five years add up to about £750. Do i add the 8 % interest or the 24.9% interest and should i put that in my 1st letter with my breakdown of charges. Claim the 24.9% C.I. at the Preliminary Letter stage enclosing your spreadsheet breakdown. Update the total Claimed when U send your LBA and also when U File @ Court.

Claim the 8% s69 S.I. as 'In the Alternative' @ the Court stage and not before.

Dont want to get it wrong How's that going to happen when U only have to ask others on CAG if U are still unsure of things?!...to be honest i am terrified at the prospect of it going to court. It WILL involve U having to File your Claim @ Court though!...But it is Nationwide that is the Defendant...NOT U!!!

...Also i have three acounts that the charges apply to should i put the claims on all on one spreadsheet and expalin in the letter that they releate to three seperate accounts and give the account numbers?Your choice really...I personally would group everything into ONE Claim, so as to pre-empt Nationwide trying to bamboozle U when they start to pay U piecemeal during the Court process.

 

Hope the above helps?!

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Hi

 

I have sent off my two letters got the first one back with the open and transparent stuff! Sent off the second one and have heard nothing. It is now 14 days. I know that the next step in MCOL but i am a bit confused. In my initial two letters i have claimed for contractual interste. Can i still claim this now as eerything seems to say you can only claim the 8 % now. Please help i am very confused

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There has been recent evidence of Courts viewing contractual interest claims as punitive.

Therefore it is essential to be very sure and have some understanding before claiming it.

As Michael says you should list s69 in the alternative.

There are some very good POC for this on the site.

I think user Bong and a few others have good info in their threads.

 

Mindzai & Lucid vs Lloyds TSB

actually here is a very good one.

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Send a copy to the court, clearly marked with your claim number and details of the parties. Send another copy to the bank, again clearly marked with the claim number and with a covering letter so they can link it with your claim, although I'd hold off sending this one until after the date that the claim is deemed served (the court will tell you when this is).

If in doubt read the

FAQs

 

If still in doubt - ask!

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Help,

 

what should i expect now?:confused:

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/faqs-please-read-these/31460-example-step-step-instructions.html

 

 

If you do not read these, you will be scared and confused at every step of the way from not knowing what to expect. Why put yourself through that? ;-)

 

Also, merged 4 threads. Please keep all your updates and queries on one thread, it will make thinkgs easier to follow for you and us. :-)

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Hello diamond25!

...nationwide acknowledged the claim yesterday. what should i expect now?:confused:
As in the post above.

Here's another link that will help U...

Making a Claim

The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides by the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men.

Blessed is he who in the name of charity and goodwill shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children.

And I will strike down upon thee with great vengeance and furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers.

And you will know my name is the Lord when I lay my vengeance upon thee.

(Jules Winnfield)

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