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Hi all,


Quick question if i may. I have accepted an offer of settlement, including default removal the day before my court date. i recieved and accepted this via email. my court claim has now been withdrawn.


What happens if they don't pay or don't remove the default? is my offer letter and acceptance watertight?


Yes.. i'm starting to worry again!


Many TIA



HSBC A/C - WON! - £1,575 Charges, Stat Interest and default removed before court!

HSBC CC - WON! - £1,025 Charges, and Stat Interest refunded

ARGOS - WON! - £250 Charges & Contractual Interest

CREATION WON! - £180 Charges & Contractual Interest

BARCLAYCARD- Court Date Set - 09/10/2007

EGG - SAR Sent 22/12/06, ID Sent 05/01/07. No progress yet.

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First of all, print out the emails, received and sent.

Then you have it in black and white.

If they have made an offer then there is no reason to suppose that they will not keep to it.

On the other hand, if they renegue on the offer, then your agreement to it means nothing.

You then take it back to court, adding wasted costs (for the cancelled action) to your schedule of charges.

The printouts of the emails are proof of the bank's actions.


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