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I would like to get my charges back from Nationwide, as I was unfairly dismissed from my job in April 2004 (I took my employer to court and won!!).

I paid mortgage protection insurance with the nationwide and credit card insurance but when I went to claim i was told:

“You have been dismissed from your job so we are not paying as it only covers redundancy”

I was sold this insurance as a safety net in case any thing happened

“You can claim if you are sick or made unemployed for more then 30 consecutive days”

The lady from Nationwide told me as she sold me the policy. (and still continued to take there money for the insurance from my account )

I got into all kinds of trouble with direct debts, credit cards, bills, mortgage not being paid. (It is a bit hard to pay everything when you go from £500 a week to £56 a week on the dole and have to start using your savings plus all the stress of taking my employer to court ). I am still struggling now to try and get back on my feet properly, so any money I can get back will be a big help.

I have all ready sent off for my statement for the last six years from the data protection people and paid the £10 fee.

Is it correct that I can add interest to the charges?

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Welcome to the site.

Yes interest can be added at court filing.

Please continue to read up you will be more informed and prepared for your action by doing this;)

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