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I sent my first letter requesting info on previous charges yesterday.

 

Could anyone tell me what charges look like on bills as I cannot seem to find any and wonder if I am missing them.

 

Hopefully I've been fleeced.

 

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I sent my first letter requesting info on previous charges yesterday.

 

Could anyone tell me what charges look like on bills as I cannot seem to find any and wonder if I am missing them.

 

Hopefully I've been fleeced.

 

Thanks R

 

You can borrow a few of mine, you'll soon pick it up :D

Bank of Scotland: Claiming £699.47, SETTLED IN FULL at moneyclaim stage

Sisters NatWest - Claiming £1056 - SETTLED at AQ stage

Natwest CC - Claiming £804, SETTLED IN FULL at LBA stage

GF Natwest - claiming £749.33, moneyclaim filed - SETTLED IN FULL 04/08

MBNA: Claiming £150 - SETTLED IN FULL at LBA stage

HSBC: £1014 - SETTLED at LBA stage + pending charges removed

Sisters HSBC - £300 - SETTLED IN FULL at prelim stage

Yorkshire bank - claiming £496.68 - SETTLED IN FULL at court date stage.

Capital One - claiming £605.54 -SETTLED IN FULL

 

 

 

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I can only get bank details online as far as 10th April 2006. This is not very helpful I dont know if anyone here has access to records that go further back?

 

I also sent my letter without the £10 cheque. Not a good start but hopefully I will get more efficient.

 

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That is very strange, I believe everyone else has managed to access their statements right back to 2000.

Bank of Scotland: Claiming £699.47, SETTLED IN FULL at moneyclaim stage

Sisters NatWest - Claiming £1056 - SETTLED at AQ stage

Natwest CC - Claiming £804, SETTLED IN FULL at LBA stage

GF Natwest - claiming £749.33, moneyclaim filed - SETTLED IN FULL 04/08

MBNA: Claiming £150 - SETTLED IN FULL at LBA stage

HSBC: £1014 - SETTLED at LBA stage + pending charges removed

Sisters HSBC - £300 - SETTLED IN FULL at prelim stage

Yorkshire bank - claiming £496.68 - SETTLED IN FULL at court date stage.

Capital One - claiming £605.54 -SETTLED IN FULL

 

 

 

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alas but this is not the case and it is interesting that we have a different setup.
When you have clicked on statements you should get statements back to Jan 05, Pressing next and scrolling takes you to Jan 04. Do not press previous as this takes you forwards NOT back in time! If you have had an accout since 2000 you will be able to see your ac**** from then.
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