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Hello,

 

I have a problem with Natwest.

I am addicted to gambling,

 

about 2 months ago I gambled a lot in online casino,

I made many deposits and withdrawals from 500gbp to even 6500gbp in a short period of time.

 

One time I noticed 6200gbp available on my Natwest account, I was sure that it is one of my withdrawals from casino.

I deposited that back to casino and lost it.

 

A few days after, I noticed overdraft of 6200gbp on Natwest and after next few days they closed my online banking.

I can't even login to see how much is there now.

What should I do?

 

That 6200gbp was available when I used it.

Is it my fault?

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STOP GAMBLING..... sorry but that's the short answer!!!

 

you will need to sar NATWEST

 

but it might be better to wait a month

then it will be free under GDPR rules.

 

dx


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I am after therapy in rehab center, but I had two weeks of reversion in February. Now everything is ok aside from this 6200gbp in Natwest...

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well done 10/10. :yo::yo:

 

you need to send an SAR

 

dx


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Will I be commited to give them back this 6000+ even if it was not my fault as I think?

This money was available on my account and then when I took it changed to unplanned overdraft.

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dunno where did that 6000+ come from ?????

 

sar time


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Will I be commited to give them back this 6000+...

 

Yes.

 

Though, if this was a bank error then it may be possible to get Natwest to consider an interest free arrangement, not reporting to credit reference agencies etc. However, I would say that it's unlikely for this to be a bank error. More plausible is that this was caused by an unpaid cheque or an unaccounted for debit card transaction.

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