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About SaintlyOne

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  1. So, does anyone know if ims21 is looking in again on the forum yet?
  2. So in the ongoing absence of Ims, does anyone else know if there are any other experts on the FOS Excel Sheets that I could contact to take a look???
  3. Bumping just in case ims is looking back in yet. Or in case any other experts wander by and care to take a gander.
  4. Thanks citizenB, I'll wait patiently for ims to find the time to help. Penalty charges Sabre? How so???
  5. I'm resigned to the fact that everything seems to be a long hard slog with RBS. It took nearly a year, and a complaint to the I.C.O, before they would give me just the info back to 2001. And thats on a card that's still in force today. I'm still hoping someone here can help me by giving the spready the once over to see if the calcs on it are correct though, or if not point me towards some expert i can PM.
  6. Thanks ims. Even if I've got something basic fundamentally wrong with the spreadsheet, any pointers at all in the right directions would be great. And thanks OldRouge for the other sheet to try ........ at 20% it still worked out the compound interest at being in excess of £30k in total. And over £16K just for the payments post 2001 included in the RBS letter. Thats why I'm confused. For RBS are suggesting the total Compound interest included their "estimated" missing months/amount is just £2.4k????
  7. Well, that's what the spreadsheet that I downloaded from here seems to suggest. But I've no idea really, hense my post in the hope that someone who knows what they're doing will help me out by offering their expert opinion.
  8. Hi. I'm hoping someone who knows what they are doing can help with some advice, on the next steps I should take in relation to my complaint for mis-sold PPI on a Credit Card with NatWest. I've received a Final Decision letter from RBS which upheld my complaint, and making me an offer in redress. I was a slightly confused as to how they had arrived at the figure, and so contacted them to request a breakdown of their calculations, particularly in relation to the compound interest part. I've attached a word document (Letter From RBS NatWest.doc) which contains the wording I r
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