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Hi I have received a letter from HSBC today saying they are looking into matters, does anyone know how long it will be till i here from them again? my letter i sent off with charge info gave them 14 days, which ends next wednesday, because they have replied now do I give them longer?

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Hell no! Ignore the timetable they try to impose and stick to your own schedule. They'll try and drag it out as long as they can if you let them!

25/01/07 Statements collected online

27/01/07 Prelim sent

09/02/07 Thank you letter received (and duly ignored)

12/02/07 LBA on its way

27/02/07 MCOL filed

26/03/07 Defence entered

02/04/07 Notice of transfer paperwork received

10/04/07 Lattie's hastner sent

19/04/07 AQ arrived (never mind lattie!)

20/04/07 Last Chance letter sent to DG, AQ filled out.

08/05/07 AQ returned to courts, cc'd to DG

11/06/07 Request for the defence to be struck out sent after not hearing from the court for 5 long weeks.

14/06/07 Directions hearing set for the end of August. 10 long weeks away.

14/06/07 rob-the-viking waits yet longer......

23/08/07 DG apply for a stay, instantly granted by judge.

29/08/07 The waiting begins again, 7 months since prelim was sent.

 

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That's right Janeyg32, you should consider yourself lucky to even receive a letter from them, some people have to go without!!! lol

 

Good luck with your claim, keep us updated!

 

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25/01/07 Statements collected online

27/01/07 Prelim sent

09/02/07 Thank you letter received (and duly ignored)

12/02/07 LBA on its way

27/02/07 MCOL filed

26/03/07 Defence entered

02/04/07 Notice of transfer paperwork received

10/04/07 Lattie's hastner sent

19/04/07 AQ arrived (never mind lattie!)

20/04/07 Last Chance letter sent to DG, AQ filled out.

08/05/07 AQ returned to courts, cc'd to DG

11/06/07 Request for the defence to be struck out sent after not hearing from the court for 5 long weeks.

14/06/07 Directions hearing set for the end of August. 10 long weeks away.

14/06/07 rob-the-viking waits yet longer......

23/08/07 DG apply for a stay, instantly granted by judge.

29/08/07 The waiting begins again, 7 months since prelim was sent.

 

"If you kick a Tiger in the ass, you'd better have a plan to deal with it's teeth!!"

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thanks again, feel bit more confident now i know some people dont even get a letter! hopefully all go well i am currently on a IVA and do not bank with HSBC anymore but though was worth a go, charges come to 1700.00 so hopefully will get some back

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I think if claim is for over 1500 it is £120.

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Janey, you may be exempt from court filing fee if your circumstances fit into certain categories. Have a read of this link Are You Exempt From Court Fees?. It may help!

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thanks for reply but no read the form not exempt unfortunately from the fees so will just have to wait a couple of week till i can get it, will this make things bad as i wrote to the HSBC telling them 14 days or i will be sending them to small claims court but I probably will be giving them an extra 14 days? :(

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No thats ok. it shows you have been reasonable in giving them extra time.

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