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  1. This topic was closed on 03/05/19. 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 their. 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. James, I've just had all my charges refunded from Capital One as a 'matter of goodwill'. Not as much as you're claiming but not the point. I had one brush off letter from them but re-stated my case that their charges were simply unlawful and I'd see them in court. I'd just raise an action, or at least stop talking to them except to tell them you're doing just that and see what happens. As to their 'goodwill gesture' I'd ignore it, nothing to do with your claim in law. What they decide to punt your way, 'without prejudice', as they say is neither here nor there. Happy to detail more of my chat
  3. I'll do better than that, I'll double you! Ten quid coming your way. How did you get on today? Sorry, this is not on this thread but want to know how it went. Neal
  4. Er, Bankfodder, I'm not hijacking anyone's thread, I'm replying to a post and adding my own experience to support Mondeo in his actions, show what I've been doing. I've posted this story already as my own thread, and this is an update to that. Thought, not unreasonably, that folks viewing this thread and interested in FD information might find my experiences helpful. You can 'atone' by apologising for your misapprehension and accusing me of doing something I had no intention of doing. Neal
  5. Hi there, I sent FD the standard letter on the 17th, asking for charges and interest on both my own and a joint account to be refunded. Got a yada-yada letter back, that I'd be happy to post if anyone is interested, offering me 95 of the 260 (plus 8% interest) I'm claiming was unlawfully removed from my account. Sent them back a letter thanking them for their time, pointing out a few inconsistencies in their arguments but basically saying the bottom line is I want my money back. Haven't heard back though the 95 quid has appeared in my account, so I'm going to raise an action tomorrow in the Ed
  6. Ha ha ha, you're all going mad with the insanity of this situation. Glad of it though, it's not a bad place to be. Thanks V for your clarification. What happened by the way? Dave, confidentiality?? Tell us all... You're amongst friends. Want to let you know, as I have to tell someone, that my mate has just applied for over £7000 worth of charges from various banks going back over 8 years. (+ 8%, he's a cheeky bugger) I don't see why he shouldn't get them and then we'll go out to dinner! He will of course post his corresponence on the forum just to reassure folks of the guaranteed
  7. Ha ha ha, you're all going mad with the insanity of this situation. Glad of it though, it's not a bad place to be. Thanks V for your clarification. What happened by the way? Dave, confidentiality?? Tell us all... You're amongst friends. Want to let you know, as I have to tell someone, that my mate has just applied for over £7000 worth of charges from various banks going back over 8 years. (+ 8%, he's a cheeky bugger) I don't see why he shouldn't get them and then we'll go out to dinner! He will of course post his corresponence on the forum just to reassure folks of the guaranteed
  8. Not with me Dave, I've only just joined the forum, or at least this is my first post. Neal
  9. Not with me Dave, I've only just joined the forum, or at least this is my first post. Neal
  10. Not sure what that means. Meantime, I thought I'd posted this in the HSBC forum but it's in other institutions, can it be moved? Great website/forum by the way and the new look on the home page is very slick, very professional. Cheers.
  11. Not sure what that means. Meantime, I thought I'd posted this in the HSBC forum but it's in other institutions, can it be moved? Great website/forum by the way and the new look on the home page is very slick, very professional. Cheers.
  12. Hi all, I sent my proforma letter to First Direct on Friday 17 claiming £260 plus £14.35 in interest. Got letter back with usual yadda-yadda, offering me £95. Interestingly their customer service manager who responded said that if I was unhappy with the arrangements perhaps I'd be better seeing 'alternative banking arrangements'. Is that their definition of customer service, drive them off to the competitors?? Just sent a letter back saying thanks but please send the rest or I'll see you in court. How I love this. Anyone else had response from First Direct? Suspect their letter may be
  13. Hi all, I sent my proforma letter to First Direct on Friday 17 claiming £260 plus £14.35 in interest. Got letter back with usual yadda-yadda, offering me £95. Interestingly their customer service manager who responded said that if I was unhappy with the arrangements perhaps I'd be better seeing 'alternative banking arrangements'. Is that their definition of customer service, drive them off to the competitors?? Just sent a letter back saying thanks but please send the rest or I'll see you in court. How I love this. Anyone else had response from First Direct? Suspect their letter may be
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