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I am curious to know how much the banks are in for here?

 

For consistency:

 

- Last six years including 8% interest.

 

Mine

Lloyds Tsb £6300

HSBC £550

 

Wife

Barclays £2900

 

Stew

 

Ps: We should keep a CAG rolling balance, that would be interesting!


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Lloyds are in for £4400 not including any interest - the standard 8% or compound.

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Lloyds are in for £4400 not including any interest - the standard 8% or compound.

So just with the two of us, they in for 15k already.....Nice start!


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They owe me £0.00 and next week they will owe me £0.00 but if they lose the appeal I will equally be as happy as those who stand to get £15K or more once the secondary part of the case has ended(which we have yet to start).


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hi there any body know how to start your own thread in relation to bank charges thanks in advance

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They owe me £0.00 and next week they will owe me £0.00 but if they lose the appeal I will equally be as happy as those who stand to get £15K or more once the secondary part of the case has ended(which we have yet to start).

Yesss yess we heard you the first few hundred times. We know the case is about the OFT being able to access the charges for fairness under the terms etc etc.

 

Let us just have a moment to enjoy the idea of getting something back! And you never know, you may just be wrong.:roll:


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I have "lent" £3,700 to Halifax, now I want it back - plus interest

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I got in there before the current test case and ended up with £2400 of which about £200 was interest and £200 court costs..It bought a nice big hd tv and lots of over goodies :)

 

Andy

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in relation to a getting back your charges what do you do if you closed the bank you was with years ago and you havent got no details i.e sort code and account numbers

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GS,

 

you need to start your own thread via the "new thread" button at the top left for the appropriate bank in your case

 

Click HERE then on your bank (Lloyds/HSBC/Barclays/Etc) then the "New Thread" button

 

:)

 

Lets keep this thread to the topic the OP started, eh?

 

Me -

 

Lloyds -

 

Approx £11,000 across 3 accounts + interest + damages


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I got £10k back from Abbey in 2006. I settled for this when they claimed that a further £1.5k was statute barred. After tomorrow and the subsequent OFT ruling, I'm looking forward to going back after them for the rest.

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Mine

£1200 Natwest

 

SWMBO (Missus)

£900 Natwest

£450 Lloyds

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Mine....well total minus costs on the 2 claims I have with shAbbey....is £58,000

 

Yes you read right!


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Ours without interest:

 

Lloyds TSB Current Account £1900

Lloyds TSB Mastercard £360

HSBC Student Account £2400 which was then forced to a managed loan

HSBC Business Account £850 also wrapped into managed loan

 

All in all we've had £5,500 of service. Funnily enough, mortgage aside, without us living beyond our means to recklessly enjoy and fund our obvious service addiction we wouldn't be in debt at all. Strange that isn't it? :rolleyes:


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Claiming on just one account with LloydsTSB £4,500 plus 8%

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Am waiting for the new templates to start claiming £2,000 back from Halifax for my brother.

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Am waiting for the new templates to start claiming £2,000 back from Halifax for my brother.

 

Feel free to claim for me aswell:D

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Feel free to claim for me aswell:grin:

 

lol. OK then, send me your bank statements!

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I got in before the current case and Lloyds paid me £2400, this was about £1800 in charges and the £600 was court fees and the 8% interest.

 

Andy

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Nat West and the Co-Op refunded before the test case, so all that is outstaning is just under £1000.- from HSBC plus 8% interest since I filed the claim in April 2008

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lloyds £2300+ 8% and desperate for new templates... want my money back.

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Co-Op £200 odd notes, still not heard from them.


 
 

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