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  1. I am paying my car insurance monthly. I recently missed a DD debit payment and this meant the bank charged me, which I'm claiming back, and so too did the insurance company- a fifteen pounds charge. Do I have a case for collecting this back too? Cheers once again.
  2. I've been reading through the site. theres loads here on advice for PCN's given by private companies. But what happens if you get clamped on private land. Obviously in this situation you have to get the clamp off and this means phoning up the clamping company. Are there any ways to argue this, especially if you find your car clamped and there is an unreasonable charge. Do you a) Take action at the time b) Take action later c) Take no action ? Cheers.
  3. I've recently surrendered my insurance policy during February as I sold the vehicle. The policy expires in June. I rang up the broker and they said to return the insurance policy. As yet I haven't received any outstanding money. What should I do next? cheers!
  4. I've been routing around here for the past few days after trying to think about how to get back a thirty-eight pound fine levied on me by Natwest for a direct debit payment over my overdraft limit. I just want to get this back. I phoned them to see if they'd just levy it quoting a few investigation studies and laws and they said they would reduce the figure to half. I still think this is way too much just to tell a company I haven't got enough funds. That nineteen pounds I can accept at any point. I don't exactly have much money now hence the overdraft. One issue that strikes me right aw
  5. something for a chuckle... http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/article-23382397-details/Customer+sends+bailiffs+in+to+seize+bank's+computers/article.do
  6. This site rocks! Seriously you guys have done an awesome job. I've been routing around here for the past few days after trying to think about how to get back a thirty-eight pound fine levied on me by Natwest for a direct debit payment over my overdraft limit. I just want to get this back. I phoned them to see if they'd just levy it quoting a few investigation studies and laws and they said they would reduce the figure to half. I still think this is way too much just to tell a company I haven't got enough funds. That nineteen pounds I can accept at any point. I don't exactly have mu
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