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Hi all!


I thought it was about time I had my own thread. ;)


So as you know what stage I am at with Citi, I sent a Prelim after checking my statements.


This led to me receiving the standard "Sod off and die" letter.


I have since sent a LBA and I am now waiting a reply, thats if they are going to bother. The clock is ticking......


So it seems from what I have been reading that the next step will be filing a court claim bla bla bla ..........It's a good 4-5 hours drive for someone if they plan on defending! ;)


Chin up everyone, Citi are no different from the other institutions we have successfully taken to task.


Onwards and upwards!





Credit Cards

Barclaycard -WON! Amex - WON! MBNA (x2) - WON!

Mint - WON! Monument - WON! Morgan Stanley - WON!

Egg - WON! Halifax - WON! Sainsbury's Bank - WON!

Citi Cards -WON!




08/06/06 Claim against NatWest started.

01/11/06 Case Closed :)


08/06/06 Claim against Halifax started

24/08/06 Case closed :)



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Citi's own cost calculation is there main weakness.


We will have a tactic to deal with this soon, and who knows in the future if it will standup to scrutiny.

Advice offered by ENRON is without prejudice and is for your judgement as to whether to take it. You should seek the assistance or hire of a solicitor or other paid professional if in doubt.

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