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Hi there

 

My partner dicovered his 300 overdraft had been taken away lat week when we tried to pay for shopping-no prior warning, he is self employed had no work for a few weeks and just had 2 full weeks, paid in and would of seen us through xmas fro rent etc. all gone, swallowed by overdraft cancellation! we have a 7 month old so i dont work and we needed that money desperately for xmas. no-one can tell us who/why was cancelled and why we werent given time to try pay it off! branch appealed for us and it was refused twice-advised by branch to make complaint which we hav (stage 2 abbey complaint) could take 8 weeks to hear, my partner has taken two afternoons off work to go in branch-no-one seems to be able to help us we have had no advise of 'debt management team' that i hav heard about now on this site. I was in tears after trying my damnedest to get sense out of countless call centres that tell me no-one has contact numbers to underwriters-even their bosses cant speak to them! any advise as to where we go fom here-shall we go direct to ombudsman? our family are on the verge of falling apart overer this my partner is feeling so low and i am angry that he cant get his finances in order and our christmas is ruined we are going to have to borrow money to pay rent let alone get christmas stuff.

 

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Hi shanghaime

 

This just shows how low Abbey are prepared to stoop! As far as I am aware any bank has to give notice of withdrawal of facilities on an account - they appear not to have done so here, and if that is the case they could well be in breach of the banking code. I would suggest contacting the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) ASAP for advice and help.

 

Sorry I can't offer any more than that - just wish there was more I could do!

 

I just wonder what the people at Abbey that make these decisions would do if they were suddenly, and without warning, left virtually penniless at Christmas due to the greed of a bank and through no fault of their own!

 

All the very best, and do try everything to keep it all together - Adam.

I do my best to be helpful, but at the end of the day I'm not a professional - please seek further advice if you're not sure. On the other hand, if I have helped, please click my scales - thanks ;)

 

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