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Hi there not sure if i'm posting in the right bit however I recently claimed almost 2 thousand pounds from rbs and a fortnight ago received confimation of this(basically a letter saying they didnt agree to my claim but as a gesture of goodwill they would refund me) I had to sign and return I agreed with their offer but have never had any money put into my account!! does anyone know how long this should take as it really seems to be dragging on..really annoying when you know the money is due to you but no sign of it. any advice would be great,many thanks!!

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hi there my biggest problem has been the usual brush off ..(THEY ARE DEALING WITH IT!!!!) what a joke ,this is 5 months on since i first claimed..i was just wondering what the problem could be..other people seem to have been settled a lot quicker.ARGH!!!!

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With the acceptance letter there would have been a reference and cs number (or in the case of the letter being from Cobbetts,their number)

How far along the way did you get to ?

Call them and say that you will not consider the claim as settled unless the funds are made available to you in full.

Rbs usually say they need 10 to 12 days to process this.If they have already had that then you should tell them you will be issuing a Court summons and will go for the interest as well.

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