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Lloyds TSB, and the Court system, should be aware of the 'gutter' practices of those who act in their name. Sending out letters marked 'Without Prejudice, Confidential and Privileged' and making threatening remarks to frighten claimants into accepting whatever is on offer is an act of cowardice. They warn that these letters of settlement cannot be produced in court nor discussed with those in the court system. So how can you respond with letters when they cannot be produced in court and not shown to a Judge in an attempt to show the legal system that you want to bring about a settlement. Has anybody else had these type of letters?

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Many thanks for that. If we sent letters like that to Solicitors, they would be asking the County Court to strike our claim out. They should realise that it only makes people more determined. They only understand the stick, the carrot is lost on them.

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