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Can't I just refuse to pay the penalty charges in the first place?


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Barclays have just closed my current account because I exceeded my overdraft limit and could not make the re-payments in time.

 

I have repaid all debt and interest charges [to the penny] but the total amount for "Paid Referral" penalty fees [£210 since I opened the account about a year ago] is still outstanding.

 

Can I just refuse to pay these charges and if so what is the correct procedure for doing this? Has anyone had success in this aproach with Barclays before?

 

Thanks in advance, keep up the good work guys.

 

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Nick

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I understand your thinking but, as far as aI am aware, there's no facility to do this. They do not accept that their charges are illegal.

 

You need to go through the procedure and claim in the same way as we are doing.

To follow my case progress, click here to see where I'm at right now.

 

Welshman

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I really wouldn't do that Nick - it could put you into a much worse position.

 

I'd pay the penalty charges and make sure you send a letter telling them that they are not authorised to pass your information to the CRAs or you could find that they enter a default notice against you.

 

Also, make sure you send them a letter clearly stating "THIS ACCOUNT IS IN DISPUTE".

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