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:)MBNA have replied to the first letter with their standard response, that is Under section 9 of the loan etc. and that they have followed the correct procedure. They also enclosed a copy of "Our Commitment to You" leaflet which explain their complaint handling process. Well it did not tell me how to get the charges refunded.

 

Just issued MBNA the second letter before action.

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Go for it - watch how quickly they take you seriously!!!

The law maybe reason without passion as Aristotle said, but hey, he said nothing about having fun when getting even!

 

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Congratulations, excellent news - and just shows what happens when the procedure is followed to the letter.

Alan, Derby, UK.

 

 

 

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Well done hope they do the same for me.

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