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Hi There,


I have googled night and day to try and find out some info, i hope someone here may have the answer.


I am a discharged bankrupt for about 3 years now.:oops: Can i claim back bank charges from the banks that were within my bankruptsy or would they just offset any charges against what i originally owed them.:confused:


I have seen many people pose the same question on several sites but it does seem to be a grey area that knowone seems to know the answer to


I am desperate to know how the land lies in this situation so any help will be much appreciated:)

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Hello Gillyn


We had someone here a while ago do the same thing. Claimed back his charges and found that he did'nt have to pay back the money to creditors, as he was discharged. A phone call to the people who dealt with your case would be wise. You can claim back the charges on bank and credit card charges.




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Thankyou for getting back to me on this. More people than not seem to think that a discharged bankrupt can claim back. I will ring the OR who dealt with my case first thing Monday morning to see what they have to say about it.

Time to start gathering those statements i think:)

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