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Hi there everyone,

 

I started a claim about 5/6 months ago, asked my accounts to send me statements ect. I received a few back but then something came up and I didnt have the time to persue my claim :-|

 

My question is.....can I now continue with my claim and how do I go about it? Do I just send off the next letter or should I approach it a different way now?

 

Any help much appreciated,

 

Aimee

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Good morning,

 

In my opinion, and given the time lapse, I would start right back at the beginning again.

That way, there is no possible complication in this area, should you need to proceed to court with your claim.

Sorry :( but that's the best way I think.

Especially if you didn't get all the info you requested anyway.

 

All the best

Perseus

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Would have to echo the above sentiment, specially if the info was not complete, best send a new SAR and get all the statements.

 

Then start the process fromj scratch, worst it will mean is you will end up claiming more interest when you file at court. ;)

 

Best of luck

 

BB

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