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Hello,

Did anyone have any success in claiming from style card?I too would have a claim.......sent my DPA yesterday.....but just wondered if actually anyone had any success....and which adress they used...and so on.

I did search the Forum,but didn't find much about it.

 

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I sent a dpa request to Style some time ago, which was completely ignored, as was my follow up letter. This is now the subject of a formal complaint to the ICO. I'll let you know how I get on.

Robertxc v. Abbey - £3300 Settled in full

Robertxc v. Clydesdale - £750 Settled in full

Nationwide v. Robertxc - £2000 overdraft wiped out, Default removed by order of the sheriff

Robertxc v. Style Card - Default removed by order of the sheriff

Robertxc v. Abbey (1) - Data Protection Act action. £750 compensation

Robertxc v. Abbey (2) - Data Protection Act action. £2000 compensation, default removed

 

The opinions on this post are those of Robertxc and not necessarily the opinions of the group and do not constitute sound legal advice. You are advised to seek professional legal advice.

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Hi and thanks robertxc,

in my initial DPA letter i authorised them to charge the £10 to my account,which they ignored.Yesterday i received a letter of them asking me to send a cheque of £10 (which i have done now,although i authorised them to charge it to account),and once that has cleared they will send the statements out to me.

In my reply i told them that the 40 days started when i first contacted them about it,and not once a cheque clears.

Hell.........i could wait a lifetime then,couldn't i?!:eek:

 

Good Luck with your claim and let me know how you get on.

 

jellybabe

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received a letter today with copys of statements and printouts concerning my account.Charges total up to £105!

Not the best of my claims:)

I think i will leave that one for now until i got some of my cash back from the others,as i have £700 still to pay on Style,and can't really afford to do that in one go if they get stubborn because of a claim.

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I havent had problems so far, my statements arrived and went back to 1997 believe it or not... so now have my request for payment to go tomorrow...

 

i will keep you posted

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sorry, did leave this one alone until now.Got other claims to settle first and then i will carry on with Style.But shouldn't take too long now.

will keep you posted, and sure am interested how you get along with your claim.

Good Luck!

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yep, will keep you updated. Can't beleive that there are no threads on here yet with completed claims for style! Oh well, mine shouldn't be too far away now. they are due an MCOL on the 12th so will let you know what happens.

 

Thanks for your reply. Good luck with your claims :)

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Oh, I did have one of these! My first adventure into the world of credit was with a small Style account with a £200 limit. I did actually consider pursuing this one as I'm sure they owe me at least enough for a tank of petrol and some groceries.

 

Tell me, was it the Guild Hall, Glasgow address you have used for correspodence?

Bank and credit card reclaims - £9,806

Sainsburys CCA non-compliance with FOS;

Natwest reclaim of £340 in progress;

Egg credit card reclaim in progress

 

 

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I'm also pursuing Style. They actually responded pretty sharply to my Data protection Act letter, although, I'd included a cheque in that letter and I think they just responded quickly to make an extra tenner for themselves! I've sent my Preliminary Approach for Repayment Letter almost two weeks ago and am sending my Letter Before Action tomorrow.

 

I'm only after them for £90 (£100 including that tenner - grrr!) - but the main thing is that they've put a big red mark on my Credit Record. I'm taking them to court for that, just for the slight chance that I could get the default removed. I know I haven't get the strongest case here, but I'd rather try and fail than not try!

 

My thread is in the RBOS forum if you're interested in keeping watch on my case.

 

Hope all goes well for you too

 

Jen

Unfair penalty charges reclaimed from Barclays - £700; BarclayCard - £380 + £132 extra; Style (RBOS) - £245 - County Court Judgement

against RBOS awarded - Judgement transferred to Registers of Scotland - Sheriff Officer (Bailiffs) action taken.

Travel insurance claim with Alpha (URV) pursued through the Financial Ombudsman - £704

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I have filed an MCOL and they have acknowledged it. will let you know what happens next! Maybe we could all stick to this thread (or copy and paste from our thread) to keep it easy to track as there are very few Style claims on here.

 

What do you think?

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I think Style should have their own forum under RBOS. Barclaycard are in a sub-forum under Barclays, so surely Style should go under a sub-forum in RBOS, as they're ran by RBOS.

Unfair penalty charges reclaimed from Barclays - £700; BarclayCard - £380 + £132 extra; Style (RBOS) - £245 - County Court Judgement

against RBOS awarded - Judgement transferred to Registers of Scotland - Sheriff Officer (Bailiffs) action taken.

Travel insurance claim with Alpha (URV) pursued through the Financial Ombudsman - £704

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Two things, what's an MCOL and any news?

 

I'm sending my Court Claim Forms out next Friday. Had a right nasty tw*t from Style phone me today, being all mean and nasty, telling me to get stuffed and that I won't win. Evil Style.

Unfair penalty charges reclaimed from Barclays - £700; BarclayCard - £380 + £132 extra; Style (RBOS) - £245 - County Court Judgement

against RBOS awarded - Judgement transferred to Registers of Scotland - Sheriff Officer (Bailiffs) action taken.

Travel insurance claim with Alpha (URV) pursued through the Financial Ombudsman - £704

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MCOL is the term for Money Claim On Line. If you don't want to submit your court claim that way then you can fill out a form and take it to your local court, I just find it easier to do it through MCOL as you can log in and track your claim. They have acknowledged my claim but I haven't heard anything from them yet. I think Style should have a sub forum too but as there a few threads on Style the mods haven't made a sub forum. Maybe if they read this they can move our threads for us?

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I have put in a suggestion in the 'Comments and Suggestions' forum - No-one seems to be replying to me at the moment. I think they've all had enough of hearing from me today! Will let you know if they create the sub-forum so you can request to have your thread moved if you like.

 

Jen

Unfair penalty charges reclaimed from Barclays - £700; BarclayCard - £380 + £132 extra; Style (RBOS) - £245 - County Court Judgement

against RBOS awarded - Judgement transferred to Registers of Scotland - Sheriff Officer (Bailiffs) action taken.

Travel insurance claim with Alpha (URV) pursued through the Financial Ombudsman - £704

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errrrrrrrrrrrr sorry for replying late as at 2005 style were behind these storecards

 

a mere 13 storecards e

 

 

 

Style

D2

29.9 % apr

 

Style

East

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Envy

29.9 % apr

 

Style

FCUK

26.8 % apr

 

Style

HMV

29.9 % apr

 

Style

JD Sports

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Kwik-fit

29.9 % apr

 

Style

La Senza

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Mackays

29.0 % apr

 

Style

Open

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Original Shoe Company

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Select

29.9 % apr

 

Style

Ted Baker

29.9 % apr

Tam Wing Chuen -v- Bank of Credit and Commerce Hong Kong Ltd [1996] 2 BCLC 69

 

1996

PC

Lord Mustill Commonwealth,

 

Lord Mustill discussed the need to construe a contract contra preferentem: "the basis of the contra proferentem principle is that the person who puts forward the wording of a proposed agreement may be assumed to have looked after his own interests, so that if words leave room for doubt about whether he is intended to have a particular benefit there is reason to suppose that he is not."

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This card should be called the company from hell can anyone help please.I am unable to meet the monthly payment so the account was sent to a solicitors who after much arguments said they would accept £10 per month and freeze the interest.They now tell me Style card refused to stop the interest so that every month when i pay £10 Style put back on £10 interest.I will be paying £10 a month for the rest of my life and the bill would not go down.They are now threatening with court ,Help!!!!

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I had a lot of trouble with these cowboys! My account has now been settled for some time but given the post Im tempted to start a claim.

Victoria :)

 

Vixsta14 vs Barclays bank: Won paid out £900 :lol:

Vixsta14 vs Clydesdale financial (Barclays Partner: Still ongoing :(

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Ok, changed my mind on this one. I know there haven been a lot of charges on there. Will S.A.R. them first and see how much it is. Letter is going out tomorrow morning via recorded delivery

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