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Hello - I have been advised to come to this thread! I have a claim in with Yorkshire Bank at the moment, My case has been transferred to my local county court!(Beginning of September) What do I have to do from her? Am I sending the court a detailed list of my charges?

 

Any advice - I would be very grateful!

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HI I AM AT THE SAME STAGE AS YOU. HAVE YOU HAD A LETTER FROM YOUR LOCAL COURT? I RANG THE COURT AND WAS TOLD THE DATE AND THEY SAID TO WAIT FOR A LETTER THAT WILL EXPLAIN THE NEXT STEPS I HAVE TO TAKE AND WHAT TO SEND THEM. SO JUST READING UP AND GETTING MY COURT BUNDLE TOGETHER UNTIL THEN. YOU CAN FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED ON THIS SITE,AND ALWAYS SOMEONE TO HELP YOU. HOPE THIS HELPS.icon14.gif

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Thnks very much - I have had my letter from the court with date time etc., so now I have to wait to here from them! Do I have to copy two lots of my bank statements and letter etc for my hearing (one for court, one for bank and my copy?)

Once again Thanking-you - Sometimes when I think about it I feel like I am the only person at this stage - my partner was recently sucessful againt Natwest in getting his charges back! - no Court action at all. So thanks for that!

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i am sure someone will advise you soon,or you can ring the court to see when you need to send bundle in.

i am sure i have read on here that the court says it must be in 14 days before the hearing.

1 to the court and 1 to the bank and 1 for yourself, but it probably wont reach court. people seem to get offers just before the date.

i am sure we wil be ok as you get lots of help on here from those who

have already claimed and won.it

it does seem beyond me at times but it is our money the banks have taken.icon12.gif

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Charlie,I've moved your posts to your own thread. Yorkshire Bank don't like to make life too easy for claimants, but you will win in the end. The court bundle is the next stage which you'll find in the Bank Templates Library, and there are a few people who have just been through this stage who may well be able to add some additional ideas of what to include. Read through the threads in this forum and you'll find plenty of good information available.

 

Your court notification should advise when your bundle needs to be submitted.

 

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Alliance & Leicester Moneyclaim issued 20/1/07 £225.50 full settlement received 29 January 2007

Smile £1,075.50 + interest Email request for payment 24/5/06 received £1,000.50 14/7/06 + £20 30/7/06

Yorkshire Bank Moneyclaim issued 21/6/06 £4,489.39 full settlement received 26 January 2007

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Thanks Alex and Caro

 

I feel better about what I'm doing now! I will contact my local court and check the date for my bundles and I will be back for more info and to keep you updated!

When I added up my charges - I couldn't believe how much the banks have taken - it really shocked me! I was aware I had occassional charges - but not to the extent I found! EEESSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHH!!

 

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Hi Bacardicharlie

Just an update, I sent my bundle to YB on thursday by recorded delivery and took one to court on Friday morning. They have to be in for Monday so I will wait and see if I get one from YB tomorrow but wont hold my breath.They said in a letter last week they were going to get a stay on the case but the court havent got anything yet. I will ring court tomorrow

to see if they have got the bundle or a stay from them. If they havent, any sugestions on what to do next would be appreciated.

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