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I sent away a prelimary approach for repayment letter that BofS received last Friday for charges totalling £676 and £63 interest. However, I had copies of all my statements so did not send away the subject access letter to get the information. Can I still claim in the courts?

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Yes, you can still claim. I have a business account so did'nt need to send a s.a.r.

It's your money, go get it!

 

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I sent away a prelimary approach for repayment letter that BofS received last Friday for charges totalling £676 and £63 interest. However, I had copies of all my statements so did not send away the subject access letter to get the information. Can I still claim in the courts?

 

The reason you should send the SAR letter is so you have a record you asked the bank to provide information relating to any manual intervention on your account - there won't be any, but you need to ask.

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