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hi there

can someone advise me if i might be successful if i try and cliam back 10 years against the natwest as when i first opened my business they refused me an averdraft and charged me £30 per day for 6months and 30% interest. this was over £10,000 and nearly bust my business back then and i would love to get my own back on them for it.

does anyone have any ideas



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Hi and congrats with your Halifax success.

As you may know,we are still testing the waters somewhat with pre-6 year claims although there is some interesting things happening soon which may throw more light on this.

I understand from Natweststaffmember,that NW do have some archiving of statements going back to the 90s so you should be able to get them.

Have a look at the discussions/advice being given in the limitations threads Daves ...".have you got bank charges going back more than 6 years ?"

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