amersall wrote: »
Hi there, a decision has been reached on the jr, they are just waiting for the judge to announce this,when a date is fixed for this then we will know what the score is. I think a letter to natwest would be a waste of time at this stage, just hang on in there.
klflosser wrote: »
I hope it is soon too. I know the Chancery Division at the Royal Courts of Justice breaks next Wednesday for, I think, nearly 2 weeks. Does the Administrative Division do the same? If so, could be a long wait still if nothing scheduled for next week.
Dizzywithmoney wrote: »
Yesterday I received a reply from Egg and today I got another letter stating about this Judical review thingy, is it normal to get two letters a day after each other?
Dirks_Engine_Room wrote: »
Currently have two claims against at Natwest. Claim one is with FO after adjudicator awarded in my favour, but the "helpful banking" bank rejected this. They said that a decision could not be made until result of JR. Second claim, is currently on hold as Natwest say they are awaiting result of JR.
However, I fail to see what the JR has to do with my and many other claims. Isn't the JR looking at banks going through old cases and opening them up again?
Do feel like sending a letter to Natwest asking why they are stalling as they could quite easily review the second claim. Might do that this afternoon.
Does anyone know when JR result is due?
Keep up the good fight.
shellbo10 wrote: »
In September last year I was approached by Simms & Carmichael to reclaim PPI.
The loan I had originally was in with Household bank For £5000 plus 2 lots of insurance in 2004.
I sent Simms and Carmicheal my original documents for the loan and the PPI which they said they said they didn't recognise my Loan aggreement number,lickily I still had the original cheque stub from when I paid the loan off, it cost me £8500.
I then sent this off( a copy) and kept recieving letters from Simms and Carmichael telling me about the Judicial review and how my claim is included in this.
In January Key Financial took over Simms and Carmichael ,the lady who was dealing with me told me that yhis woruld not affect my claim.
I keep e-mailing her asking what is happening please see replies below
I am emailing in relation to our previous discussions regarding the judicial review. I wanted to ensure you that I will update you as soon as there has been any developments with regards to the hearing. Please see the below media statement posted yesterday:-‘The outcome of the Judicial Review into PPI Redress is expected shortly. Whilst a decision has been reached, it will not be made known until officially handed down by the Judge. This is expected as soon as the legal teams of the various parties can fix an available date in the Judge’s calendar.’
I hope to update you as soon as possible.As per my below emails, your complaint is included within the Judicial Review. Your complaint is on hold with the lender and until the review has been completed, unfortunately there will be no further updates. As explained, we are hoping there is a final response by Friday 25th March 2011, although there is a chance there could be further delays dependant on the courts.I am sorry I have no further positive news.Can some one advise me on what to doThanks
shellbo10 wrote: »
Hi Its me again Sorry about my spelling mistakes
Im on my break at work.
I am on DMP and really trying to get back on track.
I have other claims which I do not know wht to do about.
di3004 wrote: »
Hope your well.
Like mine via Lloyds, they are also put on hold due to the JR, I received the letter for these yesterday, but I am aware as amersall said a decision have been made and we are now just waiting for this to come out, maybe in the next week or so perhaps, that is what I am aware of anyway but we shall see.
Fingers crossed hey?:D;) x
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