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Thread: RedVixen vs RBS

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    Right RBSicon were my last student account. I sent the SARicon off last week so we will see how it goes.

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    Good luck! I am slightly behind you, I sent my SARicon off on 2nd April and so I will be watching your thread to see how you get on.

    Kat


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    Hi redvixen

    did you have a Student Royalties account? Do you know whether they charged you a monthly fee for having this account? I've read about a lot of people who have Roylaties Gold and Royalties Premier accounts and they get charged a standard fee which you cant claim back.


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    No there wasn't a monthly fee on the account

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    OK

    today i received the copies of my statement although it doesn't appear to be all of them - I shall see if some more arrive tommorrow - and go and visit my branch to get the rest if it doesn't

    Ammount so far 582

    I also got a letter mentioning my request for details on manual intervention and the response to that was complete bollox and not really relevant - a bit like politicians avoiding answering questions whilst trying to sound clever

    They did mention that charges are leved according to the terms and conditions of the account which I expected and will ignore

    Next stage planned for monday

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    Try to find yourself a non-compliance letter over in the libraryicon, sounds like you might need it.

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    Yesterday I received a second set of duplicate statement - gotta love their efficiency

    I have worked out that the statements are complete - I have only had the account three years and most of the charges were applied in a 2 month period at the end of 2005

    Working on the spreadsheet and I am planning on sending the prelimary approach for repayment on friday when I get paid

    I also foun dout why the ammount I owe them made a step drop - I had teh account as a post grad and they didn't give me the advertised overdraft - so they refunded some interest - off their own backs

    Just another 600 to come off it

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