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Halifax charged me £30 for a returned direct debit

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Halifax have charged me £30 for a returned direct debit which was due to pay my car insurance. Is this considered excessive and should I try to claim it back?


I paid money into the account (cash) on the same day at lunch time but the DD had come out in the morning which I did not realise.


Due to credit history I only have the most basic bank account with them which has no overdraft and an electron card.




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Give them a phone and ask them to waive the fee, if you've not had many fees returned before they may do this.

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