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hi everyone, i am lucky enough to start work monday following 2 years unemployed and claiming employment support allowance

 

i am asking the question if i can get any help with bank charges

 

my bank account has got about 1000 pounds worth of bank charges in the last two years as i could pay my bank back for going overdrawn.

 

my credit card is similar too

 

i can not use my account as anything paid in is swallowed up by the huge debt left by the bank charges

 

with me starting work monday i am going to need my bank account as they wont be able to pay me otherwise.

 

is there anything i can do to get these charges back and get my account back in some sort of order?

 

i asked if i could pay them the money back slowly but they wanted 90 per month, and i was only getting 67 pounds per week so couldnt agree to this, they wouldnt accep any less so the charges have gone through the roof.

 

any help would be fantastic

 

thanks

 

james

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1. Open a new bank account

 

2. Read up on what's happening start here

 

3. tell your old bank to take a long walk off a short pier as their charges may still be unlawful.

 

4. Request the cca on your credit card using CPR 31.16 (Disclosure before proceedings start) Write to the card co stating that you believe that the agreement may not be properly executed and therefore require a "Copy of the Original" to determine if you have a claim for a declaration pursuant to S142 (1) Consumer Credit Act 1974 (Unlike s77/78 CCA1974 which allows them to send a "reconstructed copy" as a "True Copy" and omit your signature, so you still don't know if they have a signed agreement, CPR31.16, however, does not)

 

In my opinion this also sends a clear statement that you will not be fobbed off and if they do not hold the document they are required to say so.

 

If they do not hold a copy it is unenforceable, you then make a choice, you can state that you have no legal obligation to pay so as a morally responsible person you will pay the amount less the charges or nothing at all.

 

However, I can not, nor will not, lead you to make one choice over the other, that is personal to you and you alone.

 

I have no doubt you will get other suggestions :D

Edited by rdm2006

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