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Just about to start the reclaim of bank charges but as my account is in 'collections' would this make a difference?

Dazza vs Lloyds #1 £4350:D

Dazza vs Lloyds #2 £1495:D

Dazza vs Lloyds PPI £1200:D

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Good luck, i have £6,500 in charges to reclaim plus i can reclaim on hardship grounds as i'm long term sick and they took charges from my sick pay then benefits which under the social security act they can't do, but so far they have ignored my request!!!! :mad: I got a firm in Manchester onto it and they just kept saying they couldn't push because of the court ruling, sheesh!!!:rolleyes:

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Sorry an OT question, what classifies as hardship grounds for Bank Charges refund?

Curious because LloydsTSB have had a lot of money out of me over the years, and I am in arrears on a loan they are getting shirty about.

 

Recently became unemployed and hoping the insurance pays out...

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Good luck, i have £6,500 in charges to reclaim plus i can reclaim on hardship grounds as i'm long term sick and they took charges from my sick pay then benefits which under the social security act they can't do, but so far they have ignored my request!!!! :mad: I got a firm in Manchester onto it and they just kept saying they couldn't push because of the court ruling, sheesh!!!:rolleyes:

Tigs x

Ta. Best of luck to you too. I have around £6000 in charges to get back and a loan insurance they made me take worth £1400 so its pay back time!!

Dazza vs Lloyds #1 £4350:D

Dazza vs Lloyds #2 £1495:D

Dazza vs Lloyds PPI £1200:D

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