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Angie V Yorkshire Bank


Hi please help.


Have been sent to Keighley County Court. Received a letter from them saying got a court date for september, this will be by conference call and the YB solicitor will sort the phone call arrangements. The bit on the letter to send an AQ was crossed out and there was nothing else enclosed. Has anyone heard of this as I am scared that by conf call, I wont know what the heck to say. I have done all the work according to the martin lewis site.


Am very scared, please advise,


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I would think the court will write again saying the case has been stayed for the time being.

You could call them and ask?

"I am more than prepared to repay any money I have borrowed, IF they are prepared to refund any money THEIR agreement doesnt allow them to charge me." Tamadus


Thanks couldnt put it better myself :D

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Telephone Hearing is similar to Preliminary/Direction Hearing. See here:

Court Date? - A Guide to Different Hearings

GOT A COURT DATE? A guide to the later stages


In the meantime send YB this:

Dear Sir,


Account No: xxxxxx

Claim No: xxxxxx


Further to the Directions issued by District Judge XXXX on xx/xx/xx (see attached copy),


I understand that it is the defendant’s responsibility to make arrangements for the telephone hearing on xx/xx/xx. My contact number is xxxxxx.


I would be grateful if you would confirm in writing that you will be making these arrangements .


Yours sincerely,


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