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No signature just branch name written instead ?!?

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Ive recently asked my bank to provide me with the Credit Agreement relating to a loan from a while ago.

 

The document I received back had my signature on it but instead of an authorising signature from the bank it had the name of the branch handwritten instead (in upper case).

 

Is this still considered to be a valid signature?

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Hello and Welcome,

 

Could you give some more detail about your loan, how old, was it paid off, any PPI taken out with it ect.

 

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Scott.


 
 

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yes that is ok

 

 

why did you request the CCA?

 

 

dx


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

 

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Sure, the CCA request was made in relation to PPI and the general mis-selling of a number of loans by a branch manager who is now on an "undetermined period of leave".

 

The loan was initiated in 2009 and was later consolidated into a larger loan too. I am currently putting together an approach to the ombudsman regarding the way these loans have escalated.

 

dx100uk you are happy that someone writing the name of the branch constitutes an authorised signatory?

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well by normal methods it just gets stamped anyway.

 

 

have you sent them an sar to get everything?

 

 

sounds like you might be in for a good windfall here with all the roll overs?


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Fingers are tightly crossed.

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