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1st of all - a big hello to all of you! This is my 1st time here and I hope your advice and experience will help!!!

 

Have started to claim back our charges:

 

£760 from HSBC and £1,200 from Lloyds.

 

Fingers crossed they will play ball!!!!!

 

Will keep posting the progress.

 

Also, just another question:-)

 

:confused: On a mortgage application, does excisting financial commitments get taken into account and deducted from your salaries?:confused:

 

I am going somewhere with this but I would like to ask seperate questions and then reply further details when needed. I think we have a potential problem and would be seeking pearls of wisdom about what to do about it!

 

Thanks in advance for the responses.

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Welcome to the site.

Naturally your ability to make repayments on a mortgage uses calculations against your disposable income.

I would suggest that you start threads in the two bank groups you are claiming from,and also a thread in the Mortgage section to ask away further.

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