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Hi,

 

I want to claim from Yorkshire Bank for a business account from many years ago (closed as i moved to HSBC because of the extreme charges).

 

Do i sent a DPA request to the branch or the address in Scotland? Or does someone have the correct address?

 

Thanks,

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Hi Tifo.

 

If you live in England, use the branch address. Let them forward it to wherever they want it to go.

 

Originally Posted by BankFodder

c/o Clydesdale Bank Customer Relations

30 ST Vincent Place

Glasgow

G1 2HL

 

 

IF YOU ARE IN ENGLAND USE YOUR BRANCH ADDRESS AS YOUR CLAIM MAY BECOME SUBJECT TO SCOTTISH LAW IF YOU USE ONE IN SCOTLAND. THE SYSTEM IS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT THERE SO PLEASE BE CAREFUL NOT TO MAKE THIS MISTAKE.

 

I hope that this is some help.

 

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Yorkshire bank have now come back and said no SAR as it was a business account and does not apply to this.

 

They want £5 per statement.

 

Anyone help, as i thought a SAR was for information and it applies equally?

 

Or is the DPA only for individuals?

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Hi all, just starting on this process, received a huge wad of statements from Yorkshire for both business and private account. Keeping both seperate but only paid £10.00 for each. They are just trying it on.

 

Confused now though!! SO, SO much paper!

I don't know whether I can claim the £8.00 per day overdrawn charge as well as the £30? bounced cheque/Direct Debit Charge.

 

Look forward to a spot of help.

 

Thanks

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Hi griffgrogs and welcome to the YB forum. First of all if you start a new thread and call it griffgrogs v Yorkshire Bank or similar then other people can follow your progress and offer suitable advice if needed. You can claim the £8 and £30. Also make sure you read through all the FAQ's so that you know what to do. Trust me it helps to read as much as possible. Good luck with your claim.

 

Sarah.


Yorkshire Bank

Started Process 19th Sept 2006.

All Stages Followed.

Next Step Court!

Hearing Date 7th June 2007.

WON!!!!! 6th June 2007 :D

 

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Thanks for that, I will start a new thread. Initial calculations are £8000 over the two accounts. I can't wait to get started.

 

Elaine

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Make sure you read about the business account proceedures for claiming back charges as it's different to personal accounts.

 

Sarah.


Yorkshire Bank

Started Process 19th Sept 2006.

All Stages Followed.

Next Step Court!

Hearing Date 7th June 2007.

WON!!!!! 6th June 2007 :D

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Example Step-By-Step Instructions

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