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Hi Everyone,

 

This is my first post and am so glad to have found this forum.

 

I have my court date of 24th August 2007 against Abbey for £2,548.99 having rejected their 65% offer. On reading the threads I realise I have made a mistake with the interest I am claiming.

 

I multiplied the above amount by 8% giving a total of £2,752.91. Is this wrong? I think the answer is probably yes! I did not use the interest calculator on another similar site as my pc would not co-operate.

 

Can anyone tell me what the interest should be and how do I amend it with Abbey/Court? :confused:

 

Also, I am on holday from 16th to 30th August 2007 so will not be able to attend court on that date either.

 

Any useful info on the above would be greatly appreciated!

 

Caz

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Hi Caz

I am also claiming from Abbey. I used an interest calculator on moneysavingexpert.com. Its time consuming as you have to put all seperate charges and dates in but it does interest calculations for you. I'm claiming just over £2500 from Abbey and interest is over £600:p . Here's hoping I get the lot back. Don't worry too much I believe the bank will apply the 8% anyway if you win which I hope you do! Good luck with it all

elnf

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Hi enlnf,

 

Thanks for your reply to my post!

 

According to your post I am definitely reclaiming incorrect interest as mine came to £203 from a claim of just over £2500. Doh my pc was unco-operative when using the calculator so I applied 8% to my whole amount.

 

Wow, this new big announcement - where does it leave us I wonder? I have been given a court date of 24th August - agh - this is so frustrating! Have you been given a court date? I will have to ring the local court on Monday to see where I stand.

 

Please keep me posted on your situation and I wish you all the very best of luck.

 

Caz

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Hi there...I am also claiming against Abbey and my charges are £1403. My interest came to £723 using 8% on the charges due.... I used the moneysavingsexpert.com calculator so how come my interest is more than yours??

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Hi ladybubbles,

 

Don't worry about your interest, mine is almost certainly wrong!

 

I need to ring the court soon as with the 'announcement' I am unsure if my claim can go ahead. Does anyone know the answer?!!!!

 

Caz

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Hello all,

 

Firstly you are posting in the successes thread so are unlikely to get much response here. Try starting a thread in the main Abbey forum and you will get more help. For interest calculations have you tried using the spreadsheets in the templates library here? However if you have already filed it would cost you £35 to amend your claim and this cannot be claimd back so you may be better leaving it for now particularly in the current climate. As far as your court hearing goes I would assume it is happening until you hear otherwise. Unless something has happened today that I have yet to read abouut the banks have to apply for a stay to your case and you will be alerted that this has happened (at which point you can appeal against the stay) its all a bit fuzzy atthe moment but I think the main jist is carry on as normal until someone official tells you otherwise (and I don't mean the bank or their solicitor!)

 

Good luck and don't forget to start a new thread in the main bit.

 

Ellie

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