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I am after some advice, after sending all letters to Abbey to reclaim £2707.00 of bank charges we finally filed a claim with MCOL. Abbey have acknowledged and we have just received a letter from them asking for details of:


All charges we claim have been added to our account and how we worked the intrest out.


Our account number!!!!!!


Telephone number and e-mail address.


They are also saying this information should have been filed with our claim.


Not sure what to do, should I ignore this or reply. They also state they need this information to work out their defense and that they are intending to defend.


Any advise would be great.

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Hi, you need to send them the schedule of charges (with a/c no on it) which matches the figures in your MCOL claim - otherwise you're giving them an excuse. It's up to you whether you provide phone/e-mail. Put your claim no in the covering letter. Regards, Mad Nick

Abbey £8370 settled 17 Apr 07

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Guest louis wu

Its not unusual for Abbey to send this letter out, it seems to be another standard letter.


For the sake of showing the court you are being fair, I would send the info they want, but agree with Nick about supplying phone/email options (they should have your phone no anyway)


As to them defending, don't worry, they usually do, doesn't mean they will step foot inside the courtroom though.;)


Nearly there now, well done and best wishes:)



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