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Yesterday I couldn't pay using my phone, cards, online banking and telephone banking disabled.

 

Phoned the bank and they are shutting my account down without reason.

Never been overdrawn, had bounced dd's or been in the red.

 

I have to travel half and hour to nearest branch to withdraw cash.

 

In the interim whilst I change everything over they have left me in a deep pile of brown stuff. I have a busted achillees, disabled kids and am on crutches. I feel like I have been treated like a criminal. They won't even tell me why!!!

 

Help!!!


:whoo:Debt Paid £9.99 - Unlawful Debt Removed £51.09 - Total Debt Busted £61.08:whoo:

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I suggest that you start off by making a subject access request under GDPR. Do this today. It is free.

 

Secondly, begin a formal complaint and tell them that you want the final response and you want it to go to the ombudsman.

 

Are you employed or self-employed? Have you got any record of making large or irregular payments into your account?


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Well if you want help, you will have to engage with this thread


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Something has got RBS spooked i think and hence the closure of the account.

Is the OP able to open up another account in the mean time?

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