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  1. This topic was closed on 09 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 03/08/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. This topic was closed on 03/06/19. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  4. well, over a month since i received my copy of bank statements as part of my DPA request and despite the fact my LBA has already been sent, yesterday i received through the post a whole bundle of random screen prints from Natwest, again apparantly as part of my DPA. It only covers stuff from 1997 - 2002 though and to be honest seems totally irrelevant to my claim. I think they are trying to confuse me again! It basically seems that its a system generated note each time they sent me a letter saying i was over my O/D limit etc. has anyone else received this kind of thing from Natwest as pa
  5. Yesterday i receieved a letter from a firm of solicitors (debt collectors more like) telling me that they are currently mananging a debt i have worth £2500 or so. It was basically a Goldfish credit card i defaulted on about 4 years ago and have not paid a penny on since. However, in this letter (the first from them) it says that if i pay the debt within the next 14 days they will wipe 40% off the amount owed so i only have to give them £1400 odd. Now, its irrelevant anyway as i have no way of getting £1400 in two weeks but i was just curious - has anyone else had this happen to them? has
  6. Today i received a response from Stuart Higley in relation to my letter before action. Unsuprisingly, it was another 'get lost' letter but i'll post it here so people can judge his / the banks response: "Thank you for your letter of xxxx. I am sorry that you remain unhappy after my letter of xxxx had explained the banks position. Regrettably there is little that i can add contructively to what I have already outlined. The various charges that we make are flat fee's and remain the same irrespective of the face value of an offending item essentially because the amount of work involved
  7. Right, well my Letter Before Action has been posted today - 14 days until claim time! I spelled out in no uncertain terms that the charges are not fair, reasonable or transparent with examples for each. I also spelled it out for them that if they settle now they will save themselves about £500 in court fees and interest. I know £500 is nothing to them, but hey, just giving them the option of sorting it out now and not waiting for court papers. Will keep everyone updated if i get any response.
  8. Hi guys I know its not relevant to Natwest, but theres a 2 page story in the Sun today ('cashflow' pullout in the centre) about one of the members here and his claim against abbey - well worth a read! and great publicity for the cause!
  9. yesterday i received the standard response from Stuart Higley ("webelieve our fees are transparent and fair etc etc) in response to my initial letter for reclaim. however, there is a line at the bottome that i THINK no one else has mentioned before. It reads: "I am disappointed to note that you are contemplating legal action against the bank. Whilst I hope that you will feel able to reconsider, should you decide to go ahead, please ensure that any proceedings are served on our registered office address, which appears at the foot of this letter". Has anyone else had this paragr
  10. Oh you gotta love that last paragraph in your email! Good for you - it really does seem like we need to spell it out for these people. Good luck with the claim.
  11. Well, got my two lots of statements through (2 accounts) and totalled up my claim. Off the top of my head its about £3200 which to little old me is A LOT of money! even when i pay off my horrible £800 o/d that still leaves me with a nice return from the[edit], sorry, NatWest. so first letter will be being sent tonight. and lets guess what the response i'll receive will be..... [MODERATED: Please do not post libelous comments on this forum]
  12. hey - what a suprise! my two lots of statements (i have two accounts) BOTH came in torn brown envelopes too, my statements hanging out of the side. its a joke that quite frankly isn't funny. on a different note has anyone else experienced receiving duplicate sheets in their statements? it seems each time i received a charge that printed that sheet twice - perhaps to deliberately confuse me? (which admittedly it did at first - thought i was due more than i am - ha ha!).
  13. Since i sent the second letter (with the cheque for £10 and telling them that statements ARE included in a DPA) i have heard nothing - but then that was only yesterday! will keep this thread updated when i hear anything.
  14. Cool, thanks for the advice guys. @ RichardC - yeah, i used the standard format from the library. @ Dazza12 - thanks - i'll check your post and if you don't mind hijack your text and put it in my response. I'll be paying the full £10 to get the SAR disclosure - i just don't want sneaky natwest leaving any info off! thanks again guys
  15. Received a response from my DPA request from Joyce Tudor (sent the request to Mr Lyons - perhaps he's having to recruit extra staff to cover all these requests...). Shes basically told me that i can have the statements for £5 or the SAR for £10, but that will NOT include bank statements. I need to reply saying 'the SAR please, but it MUST include bank statements' - anyone think of some good wording for me to use in this letter? Many thanks
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