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Hi folks,

 

I have a few claims going through at moment where banks have ignored letters and just referred to OFT Test Case.

 

I am aware that it is a case of business as normal, and that I need to issue a court claim to protect monies under Limitation Act.

 

Is there any other way I can protect claims under LA, as it will cost me thousands to issue a court claim for each case?

 

Thanks

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I think we would like more information on your claims

 

There is this link:-

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/general/107499-fos-claiming-beyond-six.html

 

I know it's LTSB but I sure most will apply to all cases:-

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/lloyds-bank/81799-issues-raised-llloyds-bank.html

 

And you should look at Wiki on here

 

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Sorry Peter, have got my law mixed up!

Have read that if I dont issue court claim for a case, I could not get full amount of OFT win test case against banks. Is this true?

 

Basically what i am asking is:

 

I have about 10 cases which are now at stage where a court claim needs to be made.

 

Do i do this (gonna cost me a fortune!) or wait till OFT test case has finished?

 

Thanks for your help - sorry for the confusion!

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