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Dont you think the bank of scot have a f****ng cheek to close my account

and not let me open a new one just because i have been declared bankrupt

 

I do not owe them a penny and it was the most basic account you can have. you cant go even a penny overdrawn

 

With all the f****ng mess theve got into

 

I called the co-op bank and told them my situation and they opened an account over the phone

 

Why cant bos just do the same

 

Giruy bos:D

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was any of the bankruptcy inclusive of any accounts within the HBOS Group?


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FSA Waiver on Bank Charges:http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pages/Doing/Regulated/Notify/Waiver/pdf/dir_quart_0709.pdf

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absolutely nothing at all

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some banks do have policies on undischarged bankrupts and opening accounts.....and I think clearly HBOS aka lloyds banking group(wasn't with any of them was it??) have the same.


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FSA Waiver on Bank Charges:http://www.fsa.gov.uk/pages/Doing/Regulated/Notify/Waiver/pdf/dir_quart_0709.pdf

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they probably do

 

but what harm can i possibly do to them

 

if i try to pay for something by debit card for say £10 and i on have£9.99 in my account it wont let me

 

or if a DD tries to come out and i am a penny short it would not be payed and i would be charged £35

 

so they cant possibly lose.

 

as i say i dont owe them or any related companys to them a single penny

 

i just think they have a f****ng cheek when they have been bailed outfor hundreds of millions by normal people like myself through our taxes

 

i'm not asking them for anything

ffs i've payed them hundreds of pounds in the last couple of years in bank charges

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ffs i've payed them hundreds of pounds in the last couple of years in bank charges

 

You could always claim them back :D


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You SHOULD claim them back. What have you got to lose now?

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