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    • Back in 2006 I came face to face with a debt problem which was that I could clear my debts or help a family member and I of course chose the latter.   The resultant onslaught of phone calls and letters was at first unsettling but I realised, particularly with the help afforded by this site that in reality there was nothing they could do.  If your friend has no assets then they can't take them,  If he challenges their assertions to the debts then in the main they can't prove them, if he has nothing then they will not make him bankrupt and even if he has something they will not make him bankrupt because they have to pay the fees and then anything your friend has is split up between all the people he owes so no business will go that route.   In short, although they will huff and puff they are pretty much not able to blow his house down even if it is made of straw like mine!   He should adapt to the situation and turn it into a hobby like I did/do.   I actually collect debt collection letters and other things they send out.   When something arrives in the post I am likely to say "Oh I have got one of those" or "Ah something new for my collection".   Thinking like this causes the intimidation to drop away and become ineffective.   Tell him to can his worries and start enjoying life, because I guarantee that the Creditors are not staying awake worrying about him!  He is just a few magnetic dots on their hard drive and is in their threatomatic machine.  Depending upon his reaction he will be moved around the machine and there are parts of the machine which are programmed to deal with debtors who don't respond and that is to park them out of the way and work on other ones.
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WON Lloyds TSB!!!


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Hi,

 

I have only just joined this site. I was looking around yesterday to try and find some info on putting a court bundle together as Lloyds TSB had just put a defence (on the last possible today!) on the MCOL. I have to admit I was petrified of going to court but I was not going to let them beat me. I got home last night to find a letter from their solicitors enclosing a cheque for the full ammount claimed - so much for their defence then!. Anyway I am over the moon and just want to say don't give up it may be scary but you will get there and you will get your money back.

 

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Well thats fantastic.

 

We at CAG are very pleased.

 

CONGRATULATIONS

How much was the claim for and against which bank?

Any advice given by me is based solely on my experience in claiming, my experience in CAG or my opinion. I have no legal background. I want to encourage others to reclaim what is theirs.

 

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Thankyou Kennythecelt:)

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It was Lloyds TSB and I received the full ammount claimed £740.81. Not a lot I know when you look at other peoples claims but it was my money not theirs and it is a small victory for one of a growing army of disgruntled customers.

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Only joined this site a few days ago as Lloyds TSB had put in a defence on MCOL and I was looking for help with court bundle as I was expecting a court date but having spent a day getting steadily more scared at the prospect of going to court I got home to find a cheque for £740.81 from their solicitors in full and final payment. I am ecstatic - little people with no experience can take on the large institutions and win!!!

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