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at last found how to open new thread ! just phoned court last week and entered judgement against natwest and received and offer yesterday of 3,334 when originally requested 4000 not including the interest not sure wot 2 do next any help appreciated tho tempted to take the offer as it stands as always they dont admit liability or error but is a gesture of goodwill they say the robbin ****

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I think it depends on how much time you have to really fight your corner and how much you need the cash! Fighting them through the courts for the full amount is time consuming and seems to take ages - I started in February, and am currently waiting for a hearing date. If you're going to request the whole amount, be prepared to spend a few evenings and weekends reading through pages and pages of info on this site to give you your best shot at winning it all back.

 

Natwest have never made me an offer (thus forcing my hand somewhat), but I think if I was in your shoes, I would be tempted :-)

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As devgirl says, the choice is yours. You can get it all back if you are prepared to dig your heels in and not give in. Which ever way you go, we're behind you

 

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I agree with the others, it's a good offer but you may get it all back if you hold out.

 

I would like to think that if NW offered me £2k for the £2.8k that they owe me I would accept it although the choice is never easy.

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thanx all ,wot a dilemma tempted 2 sail 2 the sun (lol) think will ring bank tomorow and quibble a bit for the interest afterall im doin them a favour 4 not claimimg full amount. would i have to go to court for the full amount?

how stressful is it and wots the next step if i say 2 them im going 4 the lot

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Open the box or take the money, the choice is yours, either way you've won, you got your money back. They charged you interest, do you want to do the same. Enjoy your spending. Potty.

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