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Hi All,


I have a mortgage with Santander. I have just received a letter saying that my payment will increase due to the increase in BOE rate. That's fine but it's just arrived today for the payment that's due tomorrow! I pay by Standing order and already paid this month.


Don't they have to give a little bit more notice than that? the letter is only dated Sept 2018 (no actual date!)


I know it's not a massive increase at the moment, but if it was the notice given wouldn't be enough. Is there some rule about this?

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Thanks Fkofilee, but is there some guideline somewhere to quote them, don't want to look like an idiot!

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