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Just Thought That I Would Let You All Know, That A Settlement Has Been Made Between Me And The Bank And, They Have Payed Out At Last. Took A While But Worth It In The End. The Thing Is It Is A Long Haul Don't Give Up To These People And At The End Of The Day It Is Your Money So Lets Get It All Back. I Would Just Like To Thank You All For Your Help And Support In All This Much Appreciated. A Big Thank You To Those In The Chat Room You Well Deserve It Cheers All Have A Great Xmas And New Year And Again Cheers

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