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£60!! charged for failed Standing Order is this correct?

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Just want to confirm while im adding up charges.

 

Theres £60!!! charge for upaid SO, is this normal or am i looking at a mistake on these statements?

 

thanks

BL

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Thats alot! Is it 1 lump sum?

 

If you think its correct then just add it to the claim too!

 

Its not your fault if they dont provide the information in a concise way!

 

Good Luck!

 

Lou x

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I have started adding up my sons and he has 3 of them and i have 2 so it must be correct.

 

Its shocking has anyone else had this?

 

It has actually made me question the charges they have produced for my data request, can I go back and request that they present my actuall statements for this last 6 years.

 

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BL

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Yes I have one £60 charge going back to 2002

 

If you ask for your actual statements they can charge you per statement.Do you not have online banking to look at them ?


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No online banking, i suppose will have to trust these charge print outs are correct.

 

I actually questioned the printouts before i saw the £60 as the charges seem much less as over teh last 4 years i have had much trouble financialy and phoned lloyds many times to complain of charges at the time they where incurred, yet there is hardly anything here to see.

 

Plenty of confussion in Lloyds at the moment but more than they dare do alter the charge sheets " right"?

 

Bl

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