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Hi. I have started the process, cant wait to receive the statements and get the ball rolling. Sent off cheque and SAR recorded delivery, However the letter still has not been signed for.. post office stamped 19.3.07 Is this another delaying tactic? I will keep you posted

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I sent my SAR to the Pavillion address, Northampton.... Would it make any sense to send future correspondance to a branch of Barclays?

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Hi there,

 

I sent my SARS to B'card & the 40 days was up today & I have recieved a BIG FAT ZERO!!!

 

Despite getting an acknowledgement letter by a Gail Gray dated 1st March stating that she "will ensure statements will be sent out within the 40 day legal time limit".

 

Pff - cant trust any of 'em!!!

 

Complaint going out to B. Ombudsman next.

 

I think any of us with anything with Barclays on it have some tough times ahead as they are renowned for hanging on to their money - however it feels ten times more pleasurable when they are forced to give us OUR money back!!!:D

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I sent my SAR to the Pavillion address, Northampton.... Would it make any sense to send future correspondance to a branch of Barclays?

 

Hi - I spoke to Barclaycard Customer Relations (0161 200 7476) yesterday they, unlike Barclaycard, were v helpful.

 

They advise that SAR letters go to:

 

Data Protection Team

Department LRC

Barclaycard

Northampton

NN4 7SG

 

(Cheque for £10 made payable to Barclaycard)

 

 

Hope that helps and good luck. :-) :-)

 

PS I have a thread started the other day in the Barclaycard section of Barclays Bank. There have been a few helpful; hints on there which you might also find helpful.

I don't know how to link this reply to those threads though :confused:

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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Barclaycard have still not signed for my letter yet (according to Royal Mail web site) and it was posted 19th March. How can I send a reminder if they have not even seen the original letter yet? Any advice?

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I sent mine on the 14th of March 2007 and no signature.. The royal mail actually said it was common that many didn't get signed for when they did a bulk delivery to a large business.

 

In any case.. Proof of posting is enough in court...

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I'Ve just phoned Royal Mail and was told it could take up to 15 working days that is rubbish for 1st class post.

 

As Victor Meldrew would say " I don't believe it" That is rubbish for 1st class :o :o

 

But my SAR (sent to B/C last Friday) hasn't been signed for as yet (though the 2 others sent at the same time - to Nat West and Barlays were both signed for on Monday).

 

Interesting to see the comment (above) from animaleyes76 re proof of posting - can he/she elaborate a little - Please !!

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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I'Ve just phoned Royal Mail and was told it could take up to 15 working days that is rubbish for 1st class post.

I can only say what they told me and I am Very Very Anoid

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I can only say what they told me and I am Very Very Anoid

 

I wasn't 'moaning' at you Enaid !! That is terrible 'service' by the RM.

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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From what I have read on this forum if you are in court and have your recorded/signed for slips and they are stamped correctly then that is proof enough that the letters were sent to the defendant/bank in the event that they deny receiving them.

 

In any case. By the time you reach that point you will have sent full details of the claim to their solicitors. I've not yet seen a bank state in their defence that they didn't receive the 1st claim, LBA letters and that the claimant hasn't given them ample chance to respond.

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Thanks animaleyes76 !! Don't worry, I have the recorded/signed for slips. :p Just interesting that other organisations seem able to sign - Barclaycard dont, from my experiences, seem particulary interested in customer relations - Ho hum!!

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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Interesting turn of events, posted off my SAR request 19.3.07, still hasn't been signed for though! Yesterday emailed Adrian Whalley, as I found his name somewhere on one of these threads, Today I receieved statements from June 04 to present..... prior to the date they are on microfilm and the information I require should be with me in the next 6 weeks or so....and the requests have been sent to me as a GOGW, anyway it's an excellent start, as I only first got this Barclaycard in Dec/Jan 04 so think I now have all the information I need to get going. I will post back later on and let you know...

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Abbey National still to go.... what will I do with my spare time?

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I agree, I would stick to my timetable and create a major fuss at the end of my 40 days, however I am only missing about 4 statements from when I first opened my card and am pretty sure that there are no charges there anyway.

 

Please help anyone. I have calculated my charges and they add up to £660.00 the spreadsheet helped me work out the 8% interest. However when i put my first letter in, am I right in thinking that I do not mention the 8%, but I can calculate and mention the contractural interest. If that is right then I really need some help with this, spreadsheets are really not my thing......... All help gratefully receieved. It is 3.45 now on Thursday, so I hope to get this worked out correctly tonight and tomorrow and get it in the post on Easter Saturday.

 

Happy Easter all xx

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Another question, If I request a copy of my CCA agreement then I can tell whether I agreed to have the PPI added to my account I presume? I have been paying it, and really cannot imagine that I asked for it....

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I think they must have done the same with me. Have you claimed yours back? Is it possible to? If so, how?

This is starting to get very interesting !!!!!

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Interesting turn of events, posted off my SAR request 19.3.07, still hasn't been signed for though! Yesterday emailed Adrian Whalley, as I found his name somewhere on one of these threads, Today I receieved statements from June 04 to present..... prior to the date they are on microfilm and the information I require should be with me in the next 6 weeks or so....and the requests have been sent to me as a GOGW, anyway it's an excellent start, as I only first got this Barclaycard in Dec/Jan 04 so think I now have all the information I need to get going. I will post back later on and let you know...

 

 

standingupformyself - Have you got Mr Whalley's e-mail details as a back up for me ?? Private message if you can't post it on here - Thanks a lot :)

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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I found it on someone elses thread!!!!! Good Luck, 'cos he didn't reply to me, although he may have read it

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Thanks Standing !!!

 

Hopefully I won't need to try it - but I'm not holding my breath!!

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent to NatWest 30 March 07

Statements received 2 May

SAR sent Barclays 30 March 07

SAR sent Barclaycard 30 March 2007

SAR sent RBS 5 April 2007

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Hi there everyone. My Intention is to send off my first letter today with Vampiress's spreadsheet with the 29.4% interest. I realise that I do not mention the 8% interest at this point. However, how I do I calculate the 8% for my own records? Can someone have a look at my 24.9 calculation before I send it off please? Maths has never been my strong point... Thank you all so much

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Abbey National still to go.... what will I do with my spare time?

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Ok, all done!

Am off to the Post Office now, recorded delivery of course, to post my LBA to Barclaycard. I am claiming £660, plus £215.50 interest (24.9%) Feeling anxious and excited !!!!

Wish me luck !!!

I won against MBNA, Nat West , Barclays, Barclaycard and PPI payments from Barclaycard

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