Thanks for your advise.
I have prepared the particulars of claim and have just kept to the basic facts as there is not enough character space to add anything else. I have not included the fact that he tried to get me to pay him GBP1425. If the court wishes later on I can submit the credit card statements and emails that I sent to him last year outlining what he owes and to which he did not dispute.
He has until Sunday 20 September to come back with a proposal for repayment of the remainder of the debt, otherwise I will submit a claim via MCOL.
Can you advise if the below makes sense and is it ok to submit via MCOL.
In 2014 I was in a relationship with the
Defendant.I loaned him cash of £1432 & the
use of a credit card, which was on his name.
The total amount spent on the card is £1645.
The total amount loaned is £3077.From March
-October 2014 he repaid £802.From April-
September 2015 he repaid £500.In total he
repaid £1302.He owes a balance of £1775.In
October & December 2014, he was emailed
the balance & sent credit card statements
on his name & the cash breakdown listing the
money loaned on each occasion & the amount
he paid back along with dates. He has never
disputed the cash or credit card bills that
he owes. He stopped payments in June 2015
& made a payment of £100 on 2 September when
my friend text him on my behalf. I emailed
him on 6 September asking for the full amount
or a proposal that he adheres to, to return
the money, otherwise proceedings will be
initiated. He responded & disputes the debt.
I am initiating proceedings to recover the
debt. Documents can be produced to support