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Hi,

I am just drawing up my first "subject access request" letter asking for details of all the bank charges that i have received from halifax.

I have noted the £10 fee to include ,but am not sure whats the best way to do this as i don't have a cheque book.Could i include a postal order? or cash? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

many thanks

Padwhar

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A lot of people at the moment are phoning the bank, and requesting them for £5, might be worth a try

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Always best to follow the route of sending a SAR letter from http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/bank-templates-library/516-1-data-protection-act.html

 

That way you are covered if there are any problems later, as they have to comply with the legislation.

 

The £10 fee can be a postal order. If you must pay cash then take the letter to a Hx branch and get a receipt for it. Don't send cash by post.

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