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:eek: .......... sussed again!!!

 

Don't worry sweetie............ I'll divorce him for you!!!!! ;)


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EEk, that leaves me out in the cooooooooooooooooold :(


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hey hey, this is turning into an interesting "arrangement" I hear Bigamy is legal in texas..... lol


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Oh blimey............ even I'm getting confused now!!!! ;)

 

We're a long way from Texas toto .............. or was that Kansas??!! :D


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Let's have a virtual Texas, then we can do what we want, make up the rules as we go along just like Nasty Vest ... haha!!:p


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Sounds like a plan hun............ sack the rules............ nat west have!!! :D


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My first rule in virtual Texas is that everyone has to wear a stetson ... choose your colour Hedgey and then let's have your first rule ;)


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Yeeeeeeeeee-haaaaaaaaarrrrrrrr!!!

 

I'l have red please hun - and can I have a bit of glitter please???!!! :p


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I couldnt agree more, like "Lord Martin" said.

 

THIS IS A CONSUMER REVOLUTION!

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Hi folks, latest update for me with NastyVest:

 

Further to LBA which requested return of money plus removal of default and adverse markers, letter received which simply stated "Sod off, we're not changing our minds." No reference to default though ...

 

I have also sent letter requesting removal of defaults and adverse markers from my credit fileto NatWest Company Secretary and enclosed a Stat Notice. Well, I got a pretty rapid response to the latter, TWO letters in fact saying they'll look in to it.

 

So, they have the rest of the 21 days to resolve the default matter and I'll be commencing Court Action with N1 for return of money plus removal of default and adverse markers from my credit file.

 

Any thoughts or comments on this anyone? I'm not stuck but I like to know that people have some opinions and ideas on what I'm doing; it keeps me going...

 

P :) xxx

 

TRUE GRIT


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Painty, I think you're doing absolutely the right thing without a question of doubt. You've been incredibly reasonable with them - you've given them plenty of time to respond positively - you've explained that they're leaving you no option but to proceed with court action............. in short, you've done everything you can to resolve this amicably.

 

If they can't be bothered to comply and/or they think you'll forget about it, strikes me that they couldn't be more wrong!

 

Keep going hun........... you're doing an absolutely grand job! xx ;)


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Hey Hedgey, ta for this hun ... :) xx


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I filed my N1 today at my local court which included request for removal of default and all adverse marker data ... just waiting now


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Best of luck hun - fingers crossed for you! xxx ;)


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Sent letter today to Cobbetts requesting true copies of 1) Default Notice and 2) T&Cs and all subsequest revisions that applied to my old credit card pursuant to Pre-Action Protocol 4.6© of the Civil Procedure Rules. Copy also sent to my court. Hope they comply ... :rolleyes:

Thanks go to Steven4064 for his help in this matter:)


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Received from court today notice that Nat West have filed an acknowledgement of service on 6 Aug intending to defend all my claim; they have 28 days (until 3 Sep) to enter their defence.

 

Also received from RBS refusal to remove my default and citing Crowther Report on Credit of 1971. It disappears on 14 August 2007 anyway they state ... I will need to respond to this positively Hmmm??:rolleyes:


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howdy. I got my defence through today.

 

Exactly on the day it was supposed to be issued. So cobbets have either get there act sorted out, and sending on time, or they a just got nothing to do...


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howdy. I got my defence through today.

 

Exactly on the day it was supposed to be issued. So cobbets have either get there act sorted out, and sending on time, or they a just got nothing to do...

 

Hi BobbaFett

Any chance of seeing their defence please? You may wish to PM rather than put it on the open forum ...


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In all honesty Painty, its a joke. 5 pages of garbage, that is obviuosly a templete designed to cover every sort of case bought against NW.

 

Gimme a bit of time and I will type it up and send it too you, though it may take a while,

 

Oli


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Lol............ Cobbetts have about 3 or 4 'templates' that they use depending on whether you've:

 

a) got the standard 6 years worth of charges and you've filed via MCOL (they'll be embarassed by your lack of PoC and ask you to complete a CPR part 18 request for further info).

b) got the standard 6 years of charges but filed N1

c) gone over the standard 6 years and filed MCOL (see a above!)

d) gone over the standard 6 years but filed N1

 

They're so predictable you could be paid good money by pretending to be a psychic................. and 'predicting' what their defence will be!!! :rolleyes::D


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B they went B. easy job they have though.... although have a stay on my case though :-(


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B they went B. easy job they have though.... although have a stay on my case though :-(

 

b) for me ...

That's rotten about the stay Bobba, are you going to write to the judge nicely and ask for its removal based on the fact that FSA are stating that this waiver applies to bank charges?


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Checked my Experian CreditFile today ... the Default has been removed and there is now no reference at all to NatWest ...


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Checked my Experian CreditFile today ... the Default has been removed and there is now no reference at all to NatWest ...

 

How strange! Wonder how that happened??!! :rolleyes:;)


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Good innit? Also, Barclaycard removed Default and all reference to their good selves from same file on same day ... double result :D

 

Two down, one to go ...


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