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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. Would it be the same format letter as the one I posted in the Abbey forum? (obviously modified with the fact that the account is closed).
  3. Would it be the same format letter as the one I posted in the Abbey forum? (obviously modified with the fact that the account is closed).
  4. Dave: They charge £30 a day for being above the agreed overdraft Also returned items are £35 for standing orders, cheques & direct debits. So no - it is no longer free - and mine is a classic account.
  5. Dave: They charge £30 a day for being above the agreed overdraft Also returned items are £35 for standing orders, cheques & direct debits. So no - it is no longer free - and mine is a classic account.
  6. Is it somehow possible for me to move this one and retitle it?
  7. Is it somehow possible for me to move this one and retitle it?
  8. The "definitions" part of the credit agreement defines we, us as MBNA Europe Bank Ltd. MBNA Group. That is the best I can see.
  9. The "definitions" part of the credit agreement defines we, us as MBNA Europe Bank Ltd. MBNA Group. That is the best I can see.
  10. Oh my God . In my understanding it would be MBNA and NOT the Abbey who are going to be my contact, as Abbey is just the branding for the card whereas MBNA handled the actual banking. Sorry for the bizarre wording of that question but I have to write to the right people.
  11. Oh my God . In my understanding it would be MBNA and NOT the Abbey who are going to be my contact, as Abbey is just the branding for the card whereas MBNA handled the actual banking. Sorry for the bizarre wording of that question but I have to write to the right people.
  12. Hi all, Found this forum yesterday haven't stopped going through paperwork since, sorry to have hi-jacked Paul1207's thread - apologies for that. I am currently getting prepared to retrieve over £350 of charges from Abbey on my current account, and am confident of my facts and where I stand, however I have another problem which there might be nothing I can do about it and I would appreciate the advice: When I joined Abbey they also offered me a credit card, being 19 I duly accepted and moved out soon after, and then the charges started settling in. The problem is, since then I've
  13. Hi all, Found this forum yesterday haven't stopped going through paperwork since, sorry to have hi-jacked Paul1207's thread - apologies for that. I am currently getting prepared to retrieve over £350 of charges from Abbey on my current account, and am confident of my facts and where I stand, however I have another problem which there might be nothing I can do about it and I would appreciate the advice: When I joined Abbey they also offered me a credit card, being 19 I duly accepted and moved out soon after, and then the charges started settling in. The problem is, since then I've
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