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I'm helping OH to claim £475 from Halifax, having already successfully beaten them before at just the letter stage. But I'm at a stage we haven't been at before. Help!


The moneyclaim papers were served to them 2 weeks ago and they almost immediately acknowledged the claim, so we're just playing the waiting game now. However they sent a letter to him today offering £232 as a goodwill gesture, and OH has called them to say that he will accept the payment as part payment of the full amount only and will pursue the rest in court regardless. This was over the phone so I'm not sure how best to proceed. The lady at the other end said she only deals in the settlement department, and it will be the legal team that contacts him with regards to paperwork in order to accept the amount, whether part payment or not. Having had a quick read on the process again it says he should refuse and proceed with the court. Should he phone them again to say that he doesn't want it unless it's the full amount? We're both getting a little antsy at this stage about doing something that might jeopardise him receiving the full amount, so any help from you lovely knowledgable people would be most welcome!

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