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I'm trying to claim back the PPI for my O/H from Barclays. The account was opened back in 2004.

I SAR Barclays already and I just received the pack thru the post. At a quick look, I found that there were more payments going out to Barclays from this account such as:

 

1. PPI

2. Unpaids out

3. Paid Referral

4. Account Fee - this suddenly appeared at one point in the statements without any changes in the account type, and the fee was gradually going up.

5. Interest charged

 

We still got a lot of stuff from back then, that was received from Barclays, but we couldn't find anything (like letters or even an account Ts and Cs or anything that bears any signature). Does anybody know if all these can be claimed back from Barclays along with PPI?

 

Thanks in advance

 

TFD


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package account fees yes -

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?459427-Reclaim-Packaged-Current-Accounts-Deal-Fees

 

 

PPI yes

 

 

Paid Referral fees and the other charges

if outside of 6yrs - I doubt it.

 

 

see what slick132 says

 

 

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Great. Thanks for your quick answer DX.

 

I'll wait for slick as well.

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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Just found another one called "Reserve fee". Is over £20.

 

This one started back in 2009. Not a clue what this is either. It just popped out from one statement to another.


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Hi TFD,

 

PPI - YES and you should start a thread in the PPI forum on this.

 

Additions Fees - YES, particularly if they were charged without your knowledge or consent. This can be dealt with on your thread here.

 

Unpaids out; Paid Referral fee; Interest charged - I'd say NO to these.

 

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Hi slick :-)

 

Thanks for your reply.

 

Sorry for not mentioning early, these are charges applied to a bank account that has O/D facility. So the charges were against O/D.

 

What about this "Reserved Fee" and there is something else that came out, "Guaranteed Fee". All these had nothing to do with interest applied. Interest was still applied to O/D.

 

Back in 2014 we received a letter simply headed " INTRODUCING NEW, SIMPLER OVERDRAFT CHARGES AND HELPFUL WAYS TO AVOID FEES" wich actually raised O/D interest over the roof.


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The Banker:

 

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Hi TFD,

 

It makes no difference with the OD. In the main, default fees charged on a current a/c are not going to be repaid.

 

Barclays introduced their system of Reserve Fees back in 2009 after the OFT (since disbanded) started their big test case about bank current a/c fees. It was basically a new name for their old trick of caning customers when they could least afford it. But you're not going to get them back IMHO.

 

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Hi slick

 

Thanks

 

So, so far this is what we can and what we cannot claim back.

 

 

1. PPI - YES

2. Unpaids out - NO

3. Paid Referral - NO

4. Account Fee - YES

5. Interest charged - NO

6. Reserve fee - NO

7. Guaranteed Fee -NO

 

With the PPI they sent us a letter and ask us to contact them about it. That's what actually make us to SAR them.

 

With regards to the "Account Fee" can I put it together with PPI on the same spread sheet (8% interest back)? Or there has to be a different spread sheet with the letter from the library attached?

 

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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No keep the PPI and the Packaged Account Fee issues separate.

 

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No keep the PPI and the Packaged Account Fee issues separate.

 

:-)

 

Will do.

 

Thanks Slick

 

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The Bank:

 

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The Banker:

 

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No keep the PPI and the Packaged Account Fee issues separate.

 

:-)

 

I can still use the same spread sheet as the one for PPI, right?

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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I can still use the same spread sheet as the one for PPI, right?

 

Thanks

 

TFD

 

Found it.

 

Is the one called "Compound Interest" ?

 

Thanks

TFD :-)


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The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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Hi TFD,

 

See here for a link to the right PPI spready - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?330996-Latest-Spreadsheets-PPI-Claims-and-Charges-Claims-Dec-2011&p=3653267&viewfull=1#post3653267

 

Don't use a compound int't (CIS) spready for PPI.

 

You have a better chance of reclaiming Packaged a/c fees if you again use a simple spready, not compound. Before deciding on this, it would help if you tell us :-

 

1. How much is involved in Package fees.

 

2. Over what period you paid them.

 

3. Whether they changed your a/c to Additions status with, or without, your consent or knowledge.

 

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Hi slick

 

See here for a link to the right PPIicon spready - http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk...=1#post3653267

 

Don't use a compound int't (CIS) spready for PPI.

 

You have a better chance of reclaiming Packaged a/c fees if you again use a simple spready, not compound.

 

 

So then is ok if I use the same one for both, which is the first one in the link above. Just need to change the title from PPI to account fees, right?

 

Thanks TFD


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The Banker:

 

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Can you give answers to my 3 Q's above.

 

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Hi slick

 

Before deciding on this, it would help if you tell us :-

 

1. How much is involved in Package fees.

all together about £250 charges

 

2. Over what period you paid them.

from 2005 till 2009

 

3. Whether they changed your a/c to Additions status with, or without, your consent or knowledge

I think they charge it how they were pleased. I couldn't find any letter to confirm any changes. Was stopped for a few months in 2006 then started again. Didn't even know we pay this.

 

Funny thing is that, they stopped charging this together with the PPI in 07/2009.

 

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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The Bank:

 

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The Banker:

 

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Yes, use the first linked spready - one for the PPI and one for the packaged fees.

 

By the way, where was the PPI charged.

 

Carefully go through the bank statements with 2 different coloured highlighter pens. Mark every PPI fee in one colour and every package fee in the other colour. Then enter all the highlighted fees on to the appropriate spready with dates.

 

Take you time so you get every one, then let us know what the spreadies show for each type of fee and the interest.

 

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Hi slick

 

Already started :-)

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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Hi all

 

Right, all done.

 

By the way, where was the PPI charged.

What you mean by where was charged, slick?

 

PPI - 347.2 + int = 599.28

Acc - 250.5 + int = 431.75

 

both by today's date

 

 

Thanks

 

TFD


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The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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attach the spreadsheets


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

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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Hi TFD,

 

Was the PPI charged on an overdraft and is this PPI something you agreed to previously.

 

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Hey dx

 

How do I attach doc's? I've only attached pics on here, so far.

 

Thanks

 

 

TFD


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The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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Hi slick :-)

 

Hi TFD,

 

Was the PPI charged on an overdraft and is this PPI something you agreed to previously.

 

:-)

 

Yes. It was for O/D. Didn't agreed to it. We didn't even know we paid it until Barclays contact us about it.

 

 

Thanks

 

TFD


Give a man a gun and he'll rob a bank. Give a man a bank and he'll rob everyone!

 

 

The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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you can attach the spreadsheets themselves in .xls format

just like you downloaded them.

 

 

go advanced bottom below right post quick reply

manage attachments

 

 

don't forget to redact mind!


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

 

if everyone stopped blindly paying DCA's tomorrow

the biggest financial industry in the UK, DCA;s would collapse overnight.

 

 

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The Bank:

 

An institution, where you can borrow money if you can present sufficient evidence, to prove that you don't need it !!!

 

 

The Banker:

 

A man, who will lend you an umbrella, but want it back as soon as it will start to rain !!!

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