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Hi all

I am helping a friend out with a Barclays Overdraft PPI claim and spotted a large amount of bank charges - between £22-£30 per time. I thought it might be worth trying to reclaim these too while we are doing the PPI and i have the statements anyway, i just need some help with knowing which spreadsheet to use for the figures. Could anyone advise please? 

Thank you in advance

 

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In principle you are not able to claim back bank charges in respect of overdrafts. Extremely unfair but that was effectively the result of the Supreme Court decision in 2009.

However, I would have thought that if you can demonstrate that the bank charges occurred as a result of an overdraft which was caused by the mis-sold PPI, then you have a good basis for came back the charges as well.


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Or maybe the packaged account charges that was linked to your account forced charges to inccur

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Ah really? Things have changed since I claimed myself then... looks like I’d have my work cut out with that one if we went down that route 😏... it is annoying because she’s never requested the protection and is still being charged today. Thank you for the info it’s very much appreciated x

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