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  1. Hi, I'm after a bit of advice please as I am not sure if I am being premature in my worries... I've been working out a month's notice period and it was my last day yesterday. I have not received my final pay yet in my bank account from 21 March - 4 April and I am worried I'll now have to chase HR for it. Legally, should it have been in my account yesterday? I thought I'd give it until 5pm Monday before I chase to see if it appears on Monday, but it'd be good to know of my legal rights if I need to chase it up. Many thanks
  2. Hello folks, Sorry for the possibly stupid question but it's causing me a bit of worry. I was at Uni from 2006-2010 and I'm now going to be emigrating to the US soon. As part of this my parents are giving me nearly a grand total of £30k in savings to go with me so I can be secure over there for a while. The question is, can the SLC dive into my bank account and rip out the £27k which I owe them? I'm currently below the threshold at which repayments start and of course when I make the move I'll inform them I'm moving overseas.
  3. CAN MY BANK LEGALLY GO INTO MY ACCOUNT AND TAKE MONEY WITHOUT MY CONSENT??? I recently had £400 transferred into my account from someone also in lloyds tsb, they were paying back money they had loaned from me and it was more convenient to transfer from their account to mine. Once the transfer was complete, they called me to let me know. I checked using phonebanking and sure enough, they had made the transfer and the £400 was in my account. A few days later, i went to draw out cash from the cash machine and there were no funds in my account. Upon checking, i was told by my bank that they had gone into my account and taken the money as the it was claimed the transfer was fraudulent. Basically, the person who made the transfer, made sure i checked that the money was in my account, when they were satisfied i had done this, they simply called lloyds, claimed the transfer was fraudulent and requested the money be put back into their account.....and lloyds did this. When i called them regarding the matter, they told me i had to sort it out with the other person in question...as if it had nothing to do with them. Surely this cant be legal for them to just go into my bank and take money without first contacting me over the matter. Ive looked everywhere for information to say if this is legal or not but cant find anything that gives me a straight answer. Can anyone at all help ??
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