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Hello All, a bit of advice please.

 

I have since December been trying to reclaim a grand total of around £1400 and in mid-march was given back £750. A couple of weeks later sent a letter to say i would accept that but i wanted the rest and since then have not heard back, my own fault for not chasing but i have been busy. I also failed to sent the letter via recorded delivery os have no proof they have recd it. What do you guys advise i do - resend the letter, but recorded and follow the process all the way through or just go straight to court ??

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated

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Hi

If it was me, I would send them the Letter Before Action for the amount that they still owe you, give them 14 days then start the Court claim.

Good luck, let us know how you get on.

Barty:)

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http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloydstsb-successes/1774-barty-lloyds-tsb.html

 

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Would suggest you call and find out why the delay in them responding - then you will know if the letter is on file - they may then settle the balance without you needing to go further (unlikely, so as Barty says get the LBA for the balance ready)

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Hello again, well i took your advise and made sure the rejection offer was acctually sent by Recorded delivery and asked them to reply to me by the 29th June - after a few calls and getting fobbed of a bit i yesterday recd my letter from the basically saying "thats your lot pal".

I claimed back to Lloyds for £1484 which includes interest and am now at the stage were I need to do my MCOL claim, but they have given me a goodwill payment of £750. When I do my MCOL claim I need to state the amount of interest charged at 8%, do I simply deduct £750 from my claim charges and then recalculate the remaining charges incurred plus the 8%, or is there another way to do it ?? I am a bit confused ??

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I think it goes something like this

 

Claiming - £*

Interest - £*

Payment received - £750

 

Claim amount - £*

 

Deduct it from the total you make it and make the claim, as they have not told you what parts they are paying you cant really contra it with specific amounts.

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Not quite the same but i received a goodwill payment after I had registered the claim with MCOL, all I did when i reached the judgement stage was work out the interest since the claim date then took off the 750 payment already received.

 

If it were me then i would claim at the new amount before issuing the claim, which means working out the inerest if any after the 750 payment......dam now im confused lol.:shock:

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