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I have read on another forum that some Halifax customers have / will recieve letters that their overdraft has been increased .The poster on that site said that he phoned them and was told that the letters went out by mistake and that Halfax will be immediatley reclaiming this money back.I am unsure how true any of this is but think people should exercise caution if they recieve this letter.

When you want to fool the world, tell the truth. :D

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Hmm... funny that. I actually asked the Halifax if they would mind increasing my overdraft by about £100 until I could get myself straight - so as not to be paying any more charges - and they said NO.

 

Do you think they're just playing with us????

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Halifax claim filed 25/4/06 £1887.09 - SETTLED 17/5/06

Halifax 2nd claim filed for £305.15 on 14.5.06 - SETTLED 25/5/05

Halifax at it again! £28 charge made 31.5.06. Prelim 7.6.06!!

GE Money - prelim sent 7.6.06 - £63.00

Mr ChipsandSausages

Natwest DPA sent 18th May 2006 - statements rec'd 7.6.06

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