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pazz6669 and Castlebest - Same here

 

Letter from HSBC re Hold - contact FOS if you want.

 

Wrote a letter to DG back in April - no response (no surprise there!)

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Hello paz, can't say I 've heard that... can you remember where you heard it... ? Maybe they know something we don't ...... :confused::)

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You are so right pete ....... look at the news today ..... RBS - £1 BILLION in bonuses coming up...... that's obscene .... and the Chancellor says 'We won't pay anyone who had anything to do with the credit crunch ' - how are they going to police that , I ask you :rolleyes:

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I think everyone is just in 'On Hold' mode at the moment paz, but on the site I reckon we are all of the opinion that the day of reckoning (settlement) will come :)......... eventually .....:rolleyes: LOL!

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There you go Paz happy reading ...... but at the moment it's just the same advice I think ..... get your claim to court and wait..........

 

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Have a read of my post on dicky's site ... just below yours ...:)

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