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Hi guys,

 

Been reading some of your fabulous comments over the last week or so and have made my first move today by posting the SAR letter.

 

I have sent it to the Senior Customer Relations Manager - is this correct?

 

Would love to hear from some people who have experienced success or are in the latter stages of their claim. What should I expect next??

 

Just need a bit of moral support and encouragement really!

 

Kind reagards to you all

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Hi Danny, I'm afraid I'm only at the stage of sending off my request for payment myself but having said that I like to offer support and encouragement wherever I can - we're all in the same boat. The good news is remember the banks don't want to go to court, there's lots of help here for every stage of your claim and for encouragement too. Well done for posting - onwards and upwards from here!

 

I sent my SAR letter off to:

Royal Bank of Scotland Plc

36 St Andrew Square

Edinburgh

Midlothian

EH2 2YB

and got my statements back about 10 days later - pretty quick I thought. They must have taken on more staff to deal with these recently!! :lol:

I'm looking for the correct wording for a letter asking for charges plus simple contractual interest at the moment. If I find it, i'll post a copy on my thread Sweetrevenge vs Royal Bank of Scotland. Let me know when you get your statements back and good luck :wink:

:lol: Sweetrevenge :lol:

Don't get mad - get even!

If I've helped you please hit my scales 'n' bump my rep!

 

RBS (My A/c) S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent /10/06, statements rec'd 20/10; Prelim sent 3/11/06, s*d off letter rec'd 20/11; LBA sent 28/11, Settlement offer rec'd 18/12

WON at LBA with compound contractual interest £607

 

RBS BF Account S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 4/11, part response rec'd 28/11, further info sent 3/12 awaiting statements at 20/12, Sent LBA 19/01/07. Received all statements resulting in 3 claims, £1,278, £4,279 and £7,250(!) all with contractual interest.

 

 

This is now very out of date!!!!

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Hi, danny,

When I told friends and family I was about to sue my Bank they all laughed and said I had no chance whatsoever, well It's me that's laughing now! I'm skipping down to Edinburgh Sheriff Court tomorrow to start my first Summary Cause, should get my cash back in time for santa.

 

Best wishes with your claim.

It's your money! you will get it back.

 

 

Scott.

 
 

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Scott,

 

I had exactly the same response from my family & friends...I got laughed out the room when I tried to explain what I was hoping to do. Hopefully I'll have the last laugh though!

 

Keep in touch mate and let me know how things are going. And thanks once again for your kind words of support - it helps when everyone around you thinks your mad for trying to sue a bank for your money back!

 

Cheers again!

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hello dannym99

i am at the same stage as yourself i sent my S.A.R off to the BOS about 4 weeks ago but still have heard nothing will let you know if anything happens

good luck

Al

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Hi

I am in the same boat need to make a claim from BOS. Is it true that you can claim up to 6 years of bank charges?

 

chotaqazi

 

 

Yes you can claim up to 6 years. Please start your own thread this will stop you getting lost in this one.

 

 

 

 

 

I am not a legal expert my advice is given without prejudice and is purely my opinion only. If you are in doubt please seek professional advice.

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Good luck Danny, I am at about the same stage as you. I hope i get as prompt a response as SR, although i will be way during that time frame.

 

Stick to your guns, there are lots of experience and help in this forum.

StyX Has Won

 

RBS - £2,500

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Danny take a look at me thread - won already!! With any luck you'll be the same.

:lol: Sweetrevenge :lol:

Don't get mad - get even!

If I've helped you please hit my scales 'n' bump my rep!

 

RBS (My A/c) S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent /10/06, statements rec'd 20/10; Prelim sent 3/11/06, s*d off letter rec'd 20/11; LBA sent 28/11, Settlement offer rec'd 18/12

WON at LBA with compound contractual interest £607

 

RBS BF Account S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 4/11, part response rec'd 28/11, further info sent 3/12 awaiting statements at 20/12, Sent LBA 19/01/07. Received all statements resulting in 3 claims, £1,278, £4,279 and £7,250(!) all with contractual interest.

 

 

This is now very out of date!!!!

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I am at the same stage myself so know exactly how you feel. You will find lots of useful info on this site to help you and will get plenty of help and encouragement from other claimants. Stay with it.

 

Good luck,

 

jessejames

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