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Royal Bank of Scotland Share Chat (RBS)



Share Price: 261.60Bid: 261.40Ask: 261.60Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Royal Bank Scot
Spread: 0.20Spread as %: 0.08%Open: 266.20High: 266.20Low: 258.90Yesterday’s Close: 261.60


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honestbob
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Neil mitchell
Fri 17:30
I have no more information than anyone else but i cant belief RBS defence can be that robust

They should have all paperwork records etc to the issue and should be in position to simply say we can prove our case lets go to court - end of

Either they have no faith in the British judicial system or not lot confidence they are rich -just my opinion
 
M1k3y
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Bubbles
Fri 17:16
TY
MrBubbles
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Milky
Fri 16:36
oakwood2a@yahoo.co.uk
M1k3y
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Late claimants
Fri 15:04
Mr Bubbles
Where did you hear this information please ?
I am not getting and replies to my e-mails or telephone calls to the Group ?
If you have any further news, would be grateful.
Don't give up yet on the late claimants........I guess the court will determine whether they can be admitted or not.
MrBubbles
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Late claimants
Fri 14:31
Terrible news for the late claimants part of the RBOS group . RBS have refused to make any offer to them & will not because they are outside the 6yr limitation period . The late claimants such as myself have still to be admitted to the court register and that is still being discussed .

Looks like i wont get a penny .

Cheers
M1k3y
Posts: 1,312
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Neil Mitchell
Thu 22:28
Well for me , I don;t have the financial resources MR Mitchell appears to have.
I joined the group in the hope that I might recover some of the losses I have suffered.
Hard earned money, I can Ill afford to lose.
I certainly can't afford to lose any more, should the claim prove unsuccessful.
Mr Mitchell would appear to want to continue the claim regardless .
If he does and he wins I wish him well but not by potentially placing my finances at greater risk.
After all, non of us (lower level) claimants have seen any of the evidence, or been privy to the legal advice received by the Action Group.

For me a settlement would be prudent.
LennyMac
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Neil Mitchell
Thu 22:17
Well, you have to admire his conviction.
M1k3y
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and again
Thu 21:02
M1k3y
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worrying
Thu 20:58
The Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/business/2017/may/25/rbs-royal-bank-scotland-shareholders-fred-goodwin-court-case-settlement

I find the following statement in this article very concerning;
"Shareholder Neil Mitchell, who has previously sued RBS in a separate claim, said there was a hardcore group that would not settle under any circumstances.
“For many people, it’s never been about money, it’s been about principle and justice, and about seeing senior board members of the bank brought to trial,”

So , regardless of the cost, Mr Mitchell wants his day in court.
It seems he also has another related agenda.
http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-4262220/Whistleblower-s-RBS-128m-court-battle.html

As I have said earlier, different claimants will have different views regarding settling or continuing.
M1k3y
Posts: 1,312
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FT Article
Thu 17:35
Thanks Mr Bubbles
I notice this quote "The High Court has been told a number of claimants have not been able to be contacted about the latest offer because of old addresses."
If this is true, I am afraid it is incorrect, as I , and it appears others here, have not been contacted by anyone.
I have not had any replies to my e-mails and may have to resort to contacting the solicitors directly, if I don't receive a response.

If there are claimants who wish to continue, while others choose to accept a settlement, that is their option of course.
Whether the existing Solicitors would wish to continue if a large percentage of the existing claimants settled, may be
questionable.
I have seen this before .......people can lose sight of the fact, they may not win and would be liable not only for the monies they have lost to date but also for costs etc
There is no certainty in a court of law .
Of course IF money is of no consequence then good luck but for my part a prudent settlement seems a sensible (if not principled) outcome.




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