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Ralph welcome to the site.

First have a look at the faqs and then start searching other threads in your bank group.

Follow the procedures and read as much as you can.

Its all here for you but you must be prepared to help yourself too !!

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Hi and welcome,

 

The best advice I can give you is to read the Frequently asked questions and as many threads as you can.

 

You need to know exactly how much to claim, so you ask the bank for copies of all the information they hold on you, ie statements etc.

 

This letter is in the template library and is called a SAR. You must send £10 with this letter. The banks have 40 days to comply and most will take that long to send you your documents.

 

While you are waiting, read as many of the threads as you can within your bank's forum. Each bank responds in a slightly different way, but as long as you stick to the tried and trusted method of getting the charges back, they all pay out in the end.

 

Please also remember that this is a self help site. It does require a little effort on your part but its all worth it in the end.

 

Good luck

 

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Great minds eh Martin!!!

Spotnot v MBNA and their nasty solicitors (on behalf of my friend)

 

If I have helped in any way, click my scales.

 

Remember, we were all newbies once!!

 

When you win, donate!!!

 

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