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Hi all.

 

I am helpling a friend from work claim back her bank charges. She has three accounts that are all current and are flex accounts, two of them are joint accounts. The question i have is....we have done all this on three different spreadsheets as they are all different accounts but would be better if we could claim them all under the same claim, will there be any problems with this?

 

Will she have to run three seperate claims or do them all in under the same claim?

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Hello and Welcome

 

Congratulations for posting in the correct forum, here you will have other “experts” who know how that particular this bank reacts.

 

 

I have just finished my claim with this bank, but I decided to stick around to see if I help others like you who are just starting out with their claim to see if I can share anything to make your journey through this claim a bit better!!!

 

My understanding is three seperate accounts still equals three seperate claims!! As you are looking at three different contracts!!!

 

Remember the banks have acted unlawful you haven’t!!!

 

 

Well done for reading the FAQs and continue to read as many threads as possible as there is a wealth of information on here!!

 

 

Remember its important to open a parachute account, especially if the charges are spiralling out of control and you have little or no money left, at the end of each month.

 

 

If your account goes into a negative balance after you have transferred your banking, send them this notice to prevent them taking any further action.

http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/5078-10-data-protection-act.html

 

If you get stuck have a look (by searching) to see if your question has already been asked by reading other people threads, if you are still not sure either post your question in your own thread or PM me to attract my attention and I will be happy to help you by answering on your thread.

 

Also look for another newbie claiming against the same bank as you, that way you can do your claim together and support each other as the post drops through the door!!

 

 

Sometimes the banks act awfully and you can get very stressed out by it all. But stick to your guns - you are in the right - they are not. Don’t let them put you off, that’s what they want to do!

 

Hope this helps

 

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Hi,

 

Thanks for the reply. Ok so i have now prepared for her, three seperate prelims and spreadsheets for each account. There isn't any reason why these can't all be sent in at the same time is there? Although they are all seperate claims they can all run parralel to eachother can't they? or can someone see anything wrong with that??

 

If not i will be sending them off today, the claim comes to about £400 for the three accounts.

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Anyone see anything wrong with me sending all three Prelims for each account in at once?

George Loveless - “We raise the watchword, liberty. We will, we will, we will be free!"

 

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Hi,

 

You can send them all as one claim stating all three account numbers and attaching three seperate spreadsheets.

 

When you put the total of what you are claiming just put the total of all 3 accounts.

 

Hope this helps,

 

Kirsty

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Nationwide

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 15th Oct 06

Standard letter received 19th Oct 06

Statements received 27th Oct 06

Prelim letter sent 30th Oct 06

L.B.A - (Letter before action) sent 20th Nov 06

MCOL - Issued 6th December

 

Bank of Scotland

S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 20th Oct 06

Letter received thanks for request, but we need account details ect, Can they not read! 6th Dec 06

Goldfish

S.A.R - sent 2nd Nov 06

Standard reply received 21st Nov 06

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Kirsty is correct. you can claim for all accounts at the same time. You can send seperate prlim letters & LBA letters but at the court stage all 3 can be on 1 form. If the total for all 3 is greater than the £5000 limit it may be less stressful tosplit them, but I went for £13,000 in 1 claim and won £10,000 so far.

 

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Thanks both of you for your advice, i will tell her. I thought this was the case but wasn't too sure. Cheers.

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