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Hi ive sent off my first letter about 2 months ago asking for a refund of all charges from Alliance and Leicester but surprise surprise they sent me a letter saying no. Since then ive run into financial trouble and they have charged me about £200 more. Is there a time frame ive got from the first letter as i want to get myself sorted out before i take legal action. I know i stated 14 days on the first letter but ive been to busy to follow it up yet.

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)

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Your time frame is your business. If it is a very long time from your prelim, you can just start again with another prelim, then go to LBA. If it isn't too long after your intitial prelim go to your LBA and include the new charges on that.

 

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There is no need to send the prelim again just send the LBA. Add the further charges as well.

 

 

 

 

 

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