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3 weeks ago, I eventually got around to sending the bank the 1st letter and a £10 cheque. Unsurprisingly, I haven't heard from them yet, so I was wondering how long I give them before I go to the next step ?

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I take it from it being the 1st letter, it was the letter requesting all your charges or statements covering the last six years?

 

If so, you have to give it 40days until they deliver it. My father in laws was delivered in three envelopes with one year of statements printed out and the rest on sheets just showing the charges. Mine was delivered in about 50 envelopes, where there were statements covering the six year period. Took me a while to dredge through it all. I recommend getting a lever arch file, hole punch and a highlighter. (or a pack of highlighters)

 

Good luck with it, this site is great to get you through it all. I would have given up numerous times if it wasn't for this site.

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Just one quick point. My statements were slightly over the 40days. I phoned them up where they stated that it was 40 working days, and I disagreed.

 

Statements showed two days later.

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Just one quick point. My statements were slightly over the 40days. I phoned them up where they stated that it was 40 working days, and I disagreed.

 

Statements showed two days later.

Thanks for that, I will give them a few more weeks then.

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Yes, you will have to be patient with this lot!!!

It is 40 calender days not working days.

 

Good luck.

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Good luch with it JMcorla. Just do a lot of reading on the threads to get your head around it. Believe you me, it takes a while and a bit of grief from the misus for spending so much time behind this computer. She's a bit happier now with her fathers claim settled. She's just thinking of things to spend our claim on now.

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Also did you send the letter by recorded delivery? You will need to do this for any thing you send them or their solicitors. Probably neither will reply to your letters apart from the initial delivery of the statements. (Only because they get to make an additional £10 from you)

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