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Hi All,

:confused: Hope someone can help a neurotic women searching for answers as to what papers to take to court. This is my first time on this forum (or any forum for that matter) I have TWO cases due on the same date - Wednesday 15th August. Case one - Barclaycard and case two LloydsTSB (although originally this was easyMoney.) My claims are both less than £200 and it seems they are putting me through the mill for what must be to them a miserly amount. So if anyone has attended court, what info did you take with you to support your case?

 

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Hi All,

:confused: Hope someone can help a neurotic women searching for answers as to what papers to take to court. This is my first time on this forum (or any forum for that matter) I have TWO cases due on the same date - Wednesday 15th August. Case one - Barclaycard and case two Lloyds TSB (although originally this was easyMoney.) My claims are both less than £200 and it seems they are putting me through the mill for what must be to them a miserly amount. So if anyone has attended court, what info did you take with you to support your case?

 

thank you.

 

Sounds as though you need to take in your court bundle. Have you been asked to provide one?

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Hi and welcome to the forum. Unfortunately this is the hsbc forum and we are not the best to advise you on individual banks other than hsbc.

Saying that it is pretty much standard stuff as to what you need for court.

You need your particulars of claim ( the reason you are claiming the charges as unlawful) and any supporting documents.

If you wait until tomorrow when there are more people around and slightly more sober :D You will get more help.

As it is saturday night there are not many people around to give advice but wait until the morning and you will be innundated with support!

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