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On looking for an address to send my lba to i found the 25 gresham address. so i sent it there today. then i find another thread that tell me where to send each of the letters, Will my letter still get looked at? or should i send it to the customer care address as well?

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Hopefully it will get passed on but to be on the safe side I would send a new letter to the customer care address as well.

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Lloyds have 3 more days til I send off a LBA and i got a letter telling me how sorry they where to hear that I felt that I had to complain. Is this standard precedure with lloyds? do still wait for the 28th to send my LBA?

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thanks for that must admit i find this very daunting just been on phone to my mate im in front of her, said will have to spend all monday on here again tomorrow reading yet again about summoning court papers and preparing court bundles as it seems to be going over my head

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nicsussex. Yeah sorry had the usual reply re sorry about your complaint and it would be dealt with within so many days. So then I sent a letter before action and it is this letter that there has been no response to. The fourteen days is just about up, but unfortunately I didn't send it registered. Do you think I should try and ring to see if they have received it, or just start the court application?

Grateful of any advice.

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just received second letter telling me "to get lost and that all our charges are fair and this if i want my statments then i can send them £10 pounds for them," Ive done all that and are getting ready to prepare to put a clain to court. is this letter standard protocol? just looking for sum back up to tell me that im doin the rite thing.

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Assuming that you have calculated your charges correctly, sent preliminary letter, sent LBA and received 2 negative responses from the bank then yes you are doing things right - time to issue your claim now. How much are you claiming?

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In 5c,Is the date that the money became owed to me, the date of the first charge out of that account? sorry if i sound dumb for asking but Im a proud father of a 2 wk old baby girl so v v v v tired.

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So the date the money became owed to you is the date of the first charge - congraulations on becoming a father. I am slightly concerned that you are at N1 stage but have not so far prepared a schedule of charges - please tell me you have?

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thanks. yeah got the old schedule of charges sorted out from the start. just me being deprived of sleep, cheers for that. right onwards and upwardzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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