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make sure you document and gather evidence to support all losses

 

so a deduction on your wage slip for example or a letter form your employer stating you were unable to attend work and went unpaid.

 

Phone calls are easy if you have an itemised bill.

 

I would also be charging them interest on the informal loan agreement XD


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Ok guys a update for you but first i must thank you all for the good advice.

 

I have today finally got all my money back PLUS £200 from Barclays and £100 from Nationwide.

 

To be honest the last 4 weeks have been a nightmare and it looked bleak last week as my claim was denied as Barclays said they were unable to find a purge on the system and left it to Nationwide to inform me which they never.

 

However because i emailed Barclays CEO a very nice lady from his office rang me to inform me that " subsequent evidence came to light" and my money was stuck in a part of the machine that was initially overlooked and they immediately transferred the money back to the Nationwide and she had spoken direct to her counterpart at the Nationwide and they agreed to transfer it back without delay.

 

The funny thing is Barclays kept me more informed than my own bank and indeed i already have the £200 from Barclays and only a promise of £100 from Nationwide

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Hi TB and thanks for the update.

 

This is excellent news and well done to Barclays for sorting it from their end.

 

You need to get the offer of £100 from N/wide confirmed in writing, by whoever said it. Email or letter will suffice.

 

Let us know when N/wide cough up the compo.

 

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