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Just to quickly ask.. I sent second letter off refusing a partial refund of £280 and will act in 14 days if not dealt with etc..(claim is for £1226) and today recieved letter from Mark Chamberlain saying matter is being passed on to Customer realtions Unit to be dealt with and should hear in ten days. Im assuming this is another standard letter from NatWest and dont know whether to ignore it and continue to count 14 days from last letter to file claim or now wait the ten days to hear from this sector. Have been reading through other posts but cant seem to find any other people who have recieved this one. Any advice would be much appreciated!




Jacky X

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Hi Jacky


Just stick to your time limit ok, dont worry about them you gave them the time limit remember. They wouldn't cut you any slack if it was the other way round. You would have given them 28 days to think about everything...most places only give you 7 days if they send you a notice about something.


**£466.28 Settled In Full 21/08/06**


**Full settlement of £107.52 offerd and accepted 25/10/06**

GE Money:

**£48 settled In Full 19/09/06**

Barclays Bank:

**Full settlement of £90 offered and accepted on 24/10/06**

Alliance & Leicester:

**£170 Refunded In Full 17/09/07 (Charges due to bank error but still had to fight them for almost 3 weeks to get back)**


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