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Hi everyone,

I recently changed mortgage provider from Northern Rock to Stroud and Swindon. I was just over 5 years into the mortgage period which had a low fixed rate for the first 2 years. There were ERC penalties for redeeming up to 6 years and I got hit for 1% - £826 and a mortgage discharge fee of £250 . Am i within my rights to claim this back and how do I go about it? I was made aware of this site by a link from Best credit cards, cheap mortgages, personal loans, savings accounts, house & car insurance - The Motley Fool UK.

Thanks in anticipation :-? Stig1953

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Hi Stig.

 

For advice on mortgages etc., start your own thread in the "Other Institutions" forum. You should get the help you need there.

 

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