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High Court Bailiffs Recover over 5000 from Lloyds TSB


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I mentioned this on another thread in Natwest section but wouldnt name the bank as it was nothing to do with me.

 

A friend of mine recently contacted a third party company to recover his bank charges from Lloyds TSB.

 

I am not advocationg anyone does this or anything but he is a Self Employed engineer who spends all week away from home and the weekends with the kids so suited him.

 

They claimed his charges and Contractual Interest which came to just under 4900. He is vague as he did not exactly undersatnd what the firm were telling him but it would seem the bank did not submit some papers in time, possibly court bundle. The firm receved a Judgement against the bank and the banks defence was thrown out.

 

High Court Bailiffs today went to Lloyds TSB in Bradford (Dont know which one as I dont know the area) but it was the one nearest the HCEO offices. The bank asked to pay in cheque but the bailiff insisted on cash.

 

He now has to wait 14 days before the money will be released from the bailiffs.

 

POWER TO THE PEOPLE:o

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A person is only as big as the dream they dare to live.

 

 

Good things come to he who waits

 

 

Its your money taken unlawfully from your account and you have a legal right to claim it back.

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Sure is Park

 

Seems srtrange that this topic has only drawn your reply despite 70 views. Thought it could have opened debate on the use of HCEO as it seems some are for or against.

 

I admit ignorance but would be interested to learn

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Ha I deal with the Lloyds in Bradford. I wish I'd seen it - it would have been hilarious.

Congratulations to your friend!

Abbey - *SETTLED IN FULL!* ;)

-£445 refunded after one phonecall

HERE

 

Lloyds - Reclaiming Charges ***WON!***

-09/05/07 - Prelim delivered

-22/05/07 - LBA sent - no response

-11/07/07 - Filed at court

- 26/07/07 - Full settlement offer!!!! Donation made ;)

HERE

 

Next - Trying to Sue us with no agreement! :lol:

-29/06/07 - Defence filed

-16/08/07 - AQ filed

-19/09/07 - Claim struck out!! :p

HERE and continued HERE

 

PLEASE CLICK MY SCALES IF I'VE HELPED!

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Marvellous, at least I know what to expect with mine.skeggsy x (nailard v LLoyds)

muffintop

Won Nationwide £900 and £1908 Bank Charges

Lloyds personal account 1,861

Lloyds Bus Account 2k

Abbey bank acc. Stayed 2008

 

CCA requested Barclaycard Nov 08 - n1 issued - GAVE UP

CCA Mbna Nov 08- n1 issued - GAVE UP

Marks and Spencer Money Nov 08 -lost found 2b enforceable.

Tomson Holiday - WON

 

if I help you tip my little scales it gives me a thrill. MT

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LOL

 

He received his money bang on 14 days from the bailiffs and his wife has very kindly bought a new kitchen.

 

He did take us out at the weekend though and we got ratted :)

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