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Just got wind of this over here in the USA. I am now a non resident of the U.K, been living in U.S for 4 years, still have a Halifax account which I pay in to! Is there any special circumstances or facts I have to take into consideration before starting out on claiming unfair bank charges, being in the U.S and all?


In 2000/2001/2002 I lived in both Scotland and England and transfered authority of account to branches in each city I lived in...if I go ahead, where would I file court proceedings?


Thank you for any help you can offer. This does sound like exciting stuff...


(Power to the guy who sent in the Sheriff Officers to his local branch...major payback!!!!)

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Wish I could help as I live in Spain but still have an Englsh Home so it's a bit easier for me but I'm sure someone will have some info for you soon


Good Luck !

:-| mosessupposes



Halifax claim 1: S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 07/05/06

Prelim " 30/08/06

LBA " 22/09/06

MCOL " 11/10/06

Money in account 25/10/06 Settled in full

Halifax claim 2: S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 07/05.06

8 years claimed

Prelim " 30/08/06

LBA & offer

rejection " 22/09/06

MCOL " 11/10/06

6 years of claim offered 25/10/06

15/11/06 default filed

16/11/06 warrant requested



Capital 1 S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 11/10/06


Black Horse S.A.R - (Subject Access Request) sent 17/11/06

Egg CC/Loan SAR sent 17/11/06

Haliax ERC pre-lim sent 17/11/06

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