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    • So, was there any mention of the contravention code “104 Stopping to pick up/drop off in a restricted zone.” in the contract you received? It doesn't appear in the contract that others have shared. Without this, on what authority can VCS issue the PCN?
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Can't remember my account details with co-op!


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Hay all. I had an account with Co-op bank for a couple of years but closed it as I found they were even worse for charges and worse for online services than the bank I'd left to join them. As I ran up a lot of charges when I was there I'd love to be able to claim these back but as I closed my account several years ago I no longer have any account info or cards. I have also moved house since I closed the account.


What are the chances of me being able to get a claim started against them?



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Pretty good id say send of an S.A.R inclosing all the details you can give i.e full name, D.O.B ,address you used with them, they should be able to track down account with those.





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I know that when people have approached some banks/financial institutions (esp. Egg) they have 'stalled' things by asking for proof of ID. Don't forget, that on file they will hold your signature. As long as your your signature hasn't changed since you closed your account, this is sufficient.

Read the 'FAQ' section and they relevant forum for your bank - there's great help here!!


As above, state all your personal details which were correct at the time of holding your account when you send the SAR, and under the Data Protection Act they will have the statutory 40 days to reply - and supply your accont details.


Something else you could consider, is visiting your branch you held your account and speak to the Bank Manager direct!! The important thing to mention is ..... don't be scared of the Banks - they are approachable.


Good luck.

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