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I got my last six years bank statements through the post yesterday. Been through with the highlighter and picked out all the charges. A little dissappointed actually I was hoping for some more :confused: !!

 

However, from around 2000 - 2003 my paid referal fees were charged at £25. The problem is that since then they have only been charged at £10.

 

Has anybody claimed back charges at this level on here or do you think that the OFT's decision regarding credit card fees might give the bank a good chance of fighting back on this one?

Paulo Saolo

'If you like it try it, If you don't like it; try it you might like it.'

'Inside every sack of $h!te, there's a spark of gold. Now, it might just be the wrapper off a Caramac, but it's there'

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Hi Paulo, go ahead and claim any charges back irrespective of what they were then and what they are now. If they argue against them, they still have to produce a breakdown of their costs in court, which we all know they won't do.

Crash

 

 

 

 

DAY 1: 12/09 - S A R to British Gas

DAY 45: 27/10 - Data Non-Compliance sent off

DAY 67: 18/11 - N1 Deemed served

DAY 114: 03/01 - Judgment served £60 cheque rec'd; Prelim sent for overpayment refund of £393.06

24 Days: E2Save Settled in full £70

59 Days: Barclaycard claim Settled in full £134.39

162 Days: Halifax Settled in full £1543.80

179 Days: Barclays1 Settled in full £2450.45 + £447.02 in costs

254 Days: Barclays 2 Settled in full £1450.91

 

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