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Hi Folks, just want to say hello to all.

Lots of good advice on here.

 

Ulster bank have taken several hundred pounds in charges from my account over the past year, I sent in my first letter on Monday asking for all my account transactions. I'll keep you posted on how I get on.

 

Has anyone taken on banks in the Republic of Ireland?

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Hi Folks, just want to say hello to all.

Lots of good advice on here.

 

Ulster bank have taken several hundred pounds in charges from my account over the past year, I sent in my first letter on Monday asking for all my account transactions. I'll keep you posted on how I get on.

 

Has anyone taken on banks in the Republic of Ireland?

 

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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Ulster Bank told me that they only keep their records for 6 months, they then transfer them to microfilm after the 6 months, to get these records they 'charge' £7 pounds per sheet if you dont keep your statements.

 

I posted the SAR letter on 15 Oct 06, registered and with ten pounds postal order inside, I got a reply from the manager on Oct 18th saying that 'the Group Regulatory Risk Unit will forward the statement details you have requested' and that ' I hope you understand that the production of these statements will take a little time, however we will of course be complying within the period allowed under Data Protection legislation'

 

As things develope I'll post on here.

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Ulsterbank would only give me three years of statements as previous to this my acc was jiont with my ex although she never used it.The charges applied to my acc have added up to £1186.06 does anyone know if i can use this to estimate previous charges?


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Ulster bank

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05/10/06 DPR letter sent

06/11/06 Request of repayment sent £1186.06

20/11/06 Repayment deadline

21/11/06 LBA sent

25/11/06 £90 goodwill gesture letter received

06/12/06 LBA deadline

09/12/06 Received final response to claim

I will register smallclaim in new year once Jan paycheque is in.

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Hi I am new here but have kicked off proceedings against Ulster Bank amongst others. I have just recieved a reply to my initial Subject Access letter stating that a complete list of transactions and charges copy bank statements will be sent for a fee of £10. No mention of microfiche or £7 per statement. Your joint a/c inquiry would need to have your ex's signature on it in order for them to release the information.

 

rgds Gaz

 

PS Did you contact:

Data Protection Manager

Group Regulatory Risk

Group Head Office

11-16 Donegall Square

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Hi gibsong,

 

I sent my SAR letter to Ulster Bank in Donegal Square, I got a letter yesterday with all my transactions for the year inside. I think it came from the

 

Data Protection Manager

Group Regulatory Risk

Group Head Office

11-16 Donegall Square.

 

I will copy the letter on here sometime over the weekend.

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Sorry been busy with work stuff, I got my SAR letter back in time and am now preparing to send my first letter in with the total charges, roughly around 330 pounds. Going to send it by registered post tomorrow.

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Hi Folks, just want to say hello to all.

Lots of good advice on here.

 

Ulster bank have taken several hundred pounds in charges from my account over the past year, I sent in my first letter on Monday asking for all my account transactions. I'll keep you posted on how I get on.

 

Has anyone taken on banks in the Republic of Ireland?

hi new to this but in the same boat as u jhara

wat do u send in ur first letter .

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