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    Default MBNA Success

    3509.91 successfully claimed back from MBNA for Credit Card charges and misold PPIicon.
    Credit card dating back from 1998 till its closure in 2008.


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    Hi all
    i am looking for good solicitor on my appeal i have the case on 15th of October with roston soliciter by MBNA.

    thanks


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    Hi mixman,
    How much was your PPIicon premiums added up and also what was the total of charges.
    I only ask as I'm claiming back the same PPI and charges going back to 1999 and using the spreadsheets my claims are quite large.
    I used the regulatory compound spreadsheet and both are over 10k


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    I would also be interested to know whether Mixman had his statements or if he sent a DSAR to MBNA to obtain them? If so, how far back did they go because they are saying they hold nothing prior to 2000.
    I will start a new threadicon on my case but just interested how others are managing with their claims in the current climate.


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    mixman's not been on the site since November 2012, here's his thread relating to MBNA..................... .........

    http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk...harges-and-PPI

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    Thank you caro.
    Been awhile since I have been researching around here so will get onto it now.
    Appreciate your headsup on this


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    That's a great help thank you maroondevo52.
    I am just reading through 155 pages of FSA Handbook so any input is greatly appreciated.



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