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I just found this website due to a report on Sky News website.

 

I am getting really angry with Barclays, :evil: I have been supporting myself and my husband on my sole wages for the last year and a half. As a result of my limited income, at the end of the month I can be over my authorised overdraft limit. With these £25 charges added on I am getting further and further away from being about to get away from the overdraft limit and back into credit.

 

I am not able to increase my authorised overdraft limit as I have been over my limit recently so am always getting stuck with these charges.

 

I dread to think how much money they have had from me.

 

Are people having significant success with getting these charges lifted and how likely is it that they would pay up on what they have taken from me? (I could probably pay off my overdraft with all the charge fees I have paid over the last 6 years)

 

I may try to write a letter to get back the last 2 months fees (£125) but is it worth trying for more?

 

Thanks for any help

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I just found this website due to a report on Sky News website.

 

I am getting really angry with Barclays, :evil: I have been supporting myself and my husband on my sole wages for the last year and a half. As a result of my limited income, at the end of the month I can be over my authorised overdraft limit. With these £25 charges added on I am getting further and further away from being about to get away from the overdraft limit and back into credit.

 

I am not able to increase my authorised overdraft limit as I have been over my limit recently so am always getting stuck with these charges.

 

I dread to think how much money they have had from me.

 

Are people having significant success with getting these charges lifted and how likely is it that they would pay up on what they have taken from me? (I could probably pay off my overdraft with all the charge fees I have paid over the last 6 years)

 

I may try to write a letter to get back the last 2 months fees (£125) but is it worth trying for more?

 

Thanks for any help

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I'm sorry to say that your post suggests to me that you haven't read around th eforum

 

Please will you read around thouroughly and then come back.

Ylu vcan get your money back but start by reading up on it.

You have aksed several questions and the asnwers havea lready been given several time.

 

Have you got the link to the Skynews site please?


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I'm sorry to say that your post suggests to me that you haven't read around th eforum

 

Please will you read around thouroughly and then come back.

Ylu vcan get your money back but start by reading up on it.

You have aksed several questions and the asnwers havea lready been given several time.

 

Have you got the link to the Skynews site please?


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Amazing, we're famous.

They don't give a link, though which means that the Google spider doen't find us.


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Amazing, we're famous.

They don't give a link, though which means that the Google spider doen't find us.


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Ah but I found you through it so I'm sure many others will!!!

 

Thanks

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Ah but I found you through it so I'm sure many others will!!!

 

Thanks

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google does find you - thats where i found you anyway :lol:

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google does find you - thats where i found you anyway :lol:

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google does find you - thats where i found you anyway :lol:

 

yes that is because we are paying for Google keywords - with a lot of help from Whisperwolf.

 

We have yet to score in the ordinary Google rankings :(

 

Every time that someone writes about us refers to us in the media web pages, they never put an active link.

Google will get to us if we have active links to this site from established quality sites.


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google does find you - thats where i found you anyway :lol:

 

yes that is because we are paying for Google keywords - with a lot of help from Whisperwolf.

 

We have yet to score in the ordinary Google rankings :(

 

Every time that someone writes about us refers to us in the media web pages, they never put an active link.

Google will get to us if we have active links to this site from established quality sites.


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