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So I have my court hearing set for friday. Received the letter from the court saying this

 

" 5 MINUTES has been allowed for the ALLOCATION HEARING (LISTED WITH OTHER CASES)

 

then a load of other stuff.

 

So does this mean my case will last for just 5 minutes? and other people with bank chargers claims will be there?

 

I'm not nervous at all as surely it will be settled in favour of me. But I have a few questions..

 

1) What do I bring with me? a copy of all previous letters I have recieved from the bank when I have asked for the charges back? do I need to bring a list of my charges on a paper just written down?

 

2) What do I wear?

 

Sorry for these questions they might sound dumb but I'm only 19 and have no idea about this!

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Hi Kevwev

 

Can we have some more information please?

Like...

How have you got to the court stage?

Have you sent a preliminary letter and letter before action and have you supplied the court with a schedule (list) of what you are claiming?

 

Sorry to plunge in with questions but if you tell us a bit more someone will be able to advise you!

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No problem,

 

I followed each step on expertmoneysaving site. Sent two letters off before treatening to take to court have sent 4 or 5 letters altoghter.

They offered me half £250 but I said no and carried on with the MCOL claim.

 

I havn't supplied the court with the fees as it didn't let have enough space online although I did copy some template I got from moneysaving site.

 

The claim is only for £600!

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It sounds like you've followed the right steps.

 

I'm just at the claim stage so have no experience to call upon with regard to where you are. But, have you had a look at the stuff in the link that Michael Browne suggested? I'm sure the'll be something helpful there.

 

I'll have a look to see if I can find anything else to help you, and will post again in a little while. Someone else will probably reply as well.

 

But most important, try not to panic!

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Right, I'm back!

 

I had a look at your letter, and found out that it's an allocation hearing that you have on Friday.

 

If you click the link below you should get to a list of threads all to do with allocation hearings, have a look at some of them and they might make it a bit clearer for you!

 

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/search.php?searchid=770173

 

Good Luck!

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