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Hello everyone

 

Having finally cleared my Nationwide current account and credit card of all debt I am now going after the charges that I unquestioningly accepted for all these years (horray!), safe in the knowledge that the bank doesn't have any kind of stick to beat me with.

 

I've just sealed the envelope on my data protection act request letter, so am excited to see how things will progress. I've no idea yet what kind of amount I am owed, so stay tuned to see how things play out!

 

I will of course be keeping a full log of how things go on this thread, I know how much I have learnt from other peoples experiences so hopefully I can pay it forward with this thread.

 

Alex

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Hello everyone

 

Having finally cleared my Nationwide current account and credit card of all debt I am now going after the charges that I unquestioningly accepted for all these years (horray!), safe in the knowledge that the bank doesn't have any kind of stick to beat me with.

 

I've just sealed the envelope on my data protection act request letter, so am excited to see how things will progress. I've no idea yet what kind of amount I am owed, so stay tuned to see how things play out!

 

I will of course be keeping a full log of how things go on this thread, I know how much I have learnt from other peoples experiences so hopefully I can pay it forward with this thread.

 

Alex

 

 

Best of luck.

 

 

 

 

 

I am not a legal expert my advice is given without prejudice and is purely my opinion only. If you are in doubt please seek professional advice.

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Well, I just recieved the statements from Nationwide - however they only sent the current account statements, and I explicitly asked for the C/C statements as well in my data protection act request letter. Has anyone had any joy getting two lots of statements with one £10 payment?

 

I'll be calling them tomorrow so will report back here to let you klnow how I get on.

 

Alex

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thanks for that... didn't manage to call them on friday - man i hope this doesn't set things back another 40 days! I guess I could press ahead with the flexaccount part of the claim anyway.

 

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Hi Goff.

 

I got statements from both my Flex Accounts but found that one account was short of a large period of high charges. They didn't send these until I sent them a Letter Before Action, threatening to take them to court. Check very carefully that your statements are complete!

 

Good luck with your claim.

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Hello all - I've rather been neglecting this claim, so much so that I've only just sent my Prelim! :o

 

Anyway I shall post here as it progresses. Because Nationwide only sent me my C/A statements without the C/C statements I am pressing ahead with the C/A claim seperately from the C/C one. I have sent a follow up letter to the Data Protection Team to make sure I get hold of the C/C statements without having to cough up another tenner.

 

I'm just claiming 8% interest because I my accounting ability is negligable and it's taken me months to get this far anyway!

 

Just read the inspiring story of someone was reimbursed for £11k from nationwide, so am feeling good about the fight ahead! http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/nationwide-successes/26024-smiths-nationwide-nationwide-paying.html

 

However I may be going abroad for a month in a few weeks, so this might slow down my response times. Hopefully things will go smoothly anyway.

 

over and out...

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oh yes, and for the record...

I am claiming £186 plus £63.26. Total claim £249.26.

 

I also sent a slightly shirty letter to make sure I get my credit card statements as well (as they 'forgot' to include them with the C/A statements, so that claim will be to follow...

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the £63.26 being interest at 8%. I'm buggered if I can understand the intricacies of compound interest. Does anyone know of an idiots guide to working it out? I have a few other targets other Nationwide...

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