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Hi All

I'm wondering if the Lloyds addresses in the sticky thread above still apply,

 

 

I'm going to apply to Lloyds for a refund of charges,

its a long shot I guess and Im also going to ask for them to refund from 2001,

which is unusually long,

 

 

the reason I am is that in my case Lloyds TSB hit me massively with charges over a prolonged period, at least 11 years,

at the worst point, March 2006 they charged me £591.40 in ONE month...

More than half my income...

 

This was a regular occurrence and kept me locked in a vicious circle for years,

I wrote and asked for these charges in 2006 but was fobbed off,

 

 

I made an appointment with my branch manager in 2006 who refused to discuss my hardship and told me the charges were legal and fair

, I had kind of accepted the money was lost but

 

 

I've recently calculated the charges over those eleven years to be between £10/£12'000.00, 01 to 07 was definitely £7'047.50

but since then I've had more difficulty getting the exact figure as some of the paperwork is missing, but they will be able to calculate that.

 

I figure with statutory interest added my claim could be approaching £20K,

something I hope the courts or the Ombudsman might get their teeth into...?

 

 

For now I'd just like the best address to mail my letter to, but I welcome any advice or suggestions you may have.

 

 

Regards

Dr B

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Registered Office:

 

25 Gresham Street,

 

London EC2V 7HN

please don't hit Quote...just type we know what we said earlier..

DCA's view debtors as suckers, marks and mugs

NO DCA has ANY legal powers whatsoever on ANY debt no matter what it's Type

and they

are NOT and can NEVER  be BAILIFFS. even if a debt has been to court..

If everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's Tomorrow, their industry would collapse overnight... 

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