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  • connor08
    connor08 Posts: 92 Forumite
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    Nasqueron wrote: »
    Speak to a solicitor, even just for a free 30 minute consultation. You need very big pockets and no guarantee you will win, remember the burden of proof in civil court is "on the balance of probabilities", you have to be able to prove your case and you'd have to expect the bank to defend this, calling their bluff and hoping they settle is a big risk





    • Thank You.


    • You give good advice.


    • I will do that.


    • I will also speak to citizens advice also thank you for your valued advice it means a lot to me
  • connor08
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    Nasqueron wrote: »
    Speak to a solicitor, even just for a free 30 minute consultation. You need very big pockets and no guarantee you will win, remember the burden of proof in civil court is "on the balance of probabilities", you have to be able to prove your case and you'd have to expect the bank to defend this, calling their bluff and hoping they settle is a big risk



    You give good advice.
    • But most of my solicitors in my area don't do deal with this kind of work.


    • I will take it to citizens advice and ask to see what their views are they were quite good when I went to see them about my mortgage.
    • hank you
  • connor08
    connor08 Posts: 92 Forumite
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    Nasqueron wrote: »
    Speak to a solicitor, even just for a free 30 minute consultation. You need very big pockets and no guarantee you will win, remember the burden of proof in civil court is "on the balance of probabilities", you have to be able to prove your case and you'd have to expect the bank to defend this, calling their bluff and hoping they settle is a big risk



    thank you I did seek free advice from a fraud solicitor as you suggested . thank you for your help from the bottom of my heart
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